2. Chronic liver disease

Starting from flushing out the wastes from your body and leads to absorbing nutrients, our liver is responsible for many important functions in the body. Livers aids in absorbing nutrients, vitamins, and changes fats to the energy. Liver problems can lead to severe and chronic disease, which is also known as CIRRHOSIS. Cirrhosis is basically a gradual breakdown of important liver functions. This may include the symptoms of feeling tired, weak, nausea, loss of appetite, belly bloating and even vomiting. According to NIH, you can heal your body with Rodale’s 12-day liver detox in case of cirrhosis.

Excessive drinking, hepatitis, and some other internal disorders may lead to serious liver diseases. According to the experts’ health resources, some blood diseases and even obesity may also cause chronic liver diseases.

Though this is true that it is not possible to protect yourself completely from these chronic diseases but you still can follow some precautionary measures to reduce the risk as much as you can. Those precautionary measures include:

  • Keeping an eye on your weight
  • Exercise
  • Drinking with staying in the limits
  • Eating right and healthy

3. Diabetes

Diabetes effects the body’s ability to regulate sugar levels in the blood and with time this may cause heart diseases, kidney problems, nerve damage, and some other health hazards.

There are two types of diabetes one is type 1 and the other is type 2. Type 1 diabetes is a type, in which body stops making its natural insulin, while in type 2 the body finds it difficult or impossible to use its natural insulin. 5 out of 100% people usually suffers from type 1 diabetes while remaining 95% are suffering from type 2. 10% population of US is suffering from any one kind of diabetes and 1 out of 4 people doesn’t know that they are suffering from a chronic disease.

Initial symptoms of any diabetes consist of a lot of urination, poor vision, thirst, extreme fatigue, and feeling hungry even after eating.

Type 1 diabetes can be caused by genetics and also due to some initial age problems while type 2 is something that you can take care of to avoid. All you need to do is to change your life style and pay quick attention on what you eat. Make sure you eat enough and right amount of food that doesn’t includes so much artificial sugar and that doesn’t make you fat. Even before diagnosing diabetes, there is a prediabetes stage, where you take precautionary measures to stop actual diabetes to occur.


  1. Excellent article, for both the average educated to those of us with a medical background. Well done. In peace and blessings,
    David the. Uniter



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