According to medical science, water makes up about one half to two third of the human body and plays a very important role in the normal functioning of the body.
Though the importance of water to the human body now seems to be cliché, many health issues spring up by the day, most of which are a result of low intake of water.
The liver is a very important organ of the body, storing iron that has been processed from hemoglobin for an effective blood functioning.
It is strategically positioned to filter blood from the digestive tract before distributing it to other parts of the body, releasing and storing glucose for the body, regulating blood clotting, producing cholesterol for the body, and ensuring that drugs and other harmful substances are extracted and filtered out of the body as required.
Harmful substances that have been broken down by the liver are processed and either excreted into the bile and then passed out as feces or into the blood and filtered out by the kidneys to be excreted as urine.
How much more useful can this organ be to the body? The liver is a very sensitive organ and, to ensure its perfect functioning, much care should be given to it.
Regular liver detoxification with plenty of water is a very natural means to cleanse your liver after all the hard work it has to go through to ensure you stay alive, daily.
Experts recommend that the human body needs about 2 litres of water daily to cleanse the body and assist the kidney in breaking down the waste filtered by the liver. This waste is often excreted as feces and urine.
Imagine a situation where you need to drain out waste using water. The more you pour water into the drainage the faster and easier it will be for the waste to flow down. This also applies to your body system.
So, when next you do not feel like having so much water, remember that your dear liver needs a lot of it to serve you better. You can at least do it for your liver. Stay healthy. Drink plenty of clean water daily to stay alive and healthy.