Liver
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Liver

The liver performs many important functions of the human digestive system. Some of them are: Clear the body of toxins, production of substances needed by the body so that it converts glucose to energy, Synthesis of proteins and substances involved in digestion

Healthy food

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turnip turnip
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broccoli broccoli
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lettuce lettuce
radishes radishes
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grapefruit grapefruit
red beet red beet
(9) Magnesium
Honey
Participates in the development of red blood cells and the nervous system, helps to produce energy in cells. Improves absorption of iron from the body. Regular consumption prevents diseases of the cardiovascular system
Potassium
An important element involved in human metabolism. Participates in oxygen transport, as well as in the separation of unnecessary substances from the body
Vitamin E
Supports the delivery of oxygen in the cells and the body and rejuvenates them, reduces blood pressure. It is also useful for heart fatigue.
Vitamin B3
It is necessary for the process of the formation of energy in cells. Part of enzymes which help the cell. Normalize the function of the stomach and pancreas.
Vitamin B2
Needed for growth and reproduction. Participate in the development of hair, nails and skin. Has a beneficial effect on vision, eye fatigue, prevents inflammation in the oral cavity, supports the digestion of other substances: carbohydrates, fats and proteins.
Vitamin B1
Promotes the growth. Facilitates the processing of carbohydrates. Maintains the normal functioning of the nervous system, muscles and heart.
Vitamin C
Involved in the formation of human tissues. Boost immune system. Favorable effect on wound healing. Is extremely useful for athletes and people with physical activity.
Iron
Iron is a vital ingredient. It builds hemoglobin and helps transport oxygen to cells and thus contributes to the formation of energy, vitality, growth and countering external bodies.
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walnuts walnuts
avocado avocado
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Magnesium
Vitamin B6
Vitamin B6 helps the majority of systems in the human body to function - including cardiovascular, digestive, immune, muscular and nervous system. B6 is required for proper development and function of the brain, as well as for the production of certain hormones.
Vitamin E
Supports the delivery of oxygen in the cells and the body and rejuvenates them, reduces blood pressure. It is also useful for heart fatigue.
Vitamin B2
Needed for growth and reproduction. Participate in the development of hair, nails and skin. Has a beneficial effect on vision, eye fatigue, prevents inflammation in the oral cavity, supports the digestion of other substances: carbohydrates, fats and proteins.
Vitamin B1
Promotes the growth. Facilitates the processing of carbohydrates. Maintains the normal functioning of the nervous system, muscles and heart.
Vitamin A
Vitamin A has many functions: it is important for growth and development, maintaining the immune system and good vision.
Vitamin C
Involved in the formation of human tissues. Boost immune system. Favorable effect on wound healing. Is extremely useful for athletes and people with physical activity.
Calcium
Builds bones and teeth. Involved in other vital organic functions. The scarcity of the element can lead to severe consequences for the skeleton and the normal functioning of the body.
Iron
Iron is a vital ingredient. It builds hemoglobin and helps transport oxygen to cells and thus contributes to the formation of energy, vitality, growth and countering external bodies.
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Apple Apple
Lemon Lemon
garlic
garlic
(10) Honey
Participates in the development of red blood cells and the nervous system, helps to produce energy in cells. Improves absorption of iron from the body. Regular consumption prevents diseases of the cardiovascular system
Selenium
Needed in small quantities in the body. Prevents oxidation stress and the creation of free radicals, supports thyroid hormones in building.
Vitamin B6
Vitamin B6 helps the majority of systems in the human body to function - including cardiovascular, digestive, immune, muscular and nervous system. B6 is required for proper development and function of the brain, as well as for the production of certain hormones.
Phosphorus
Phosphorus is needed for the body cell division, to increase muscle mass, support the work of the heart, kidneys and nervous system. Also involved in the absorption of fat. Contained in goat cheese, egg yolk, rice, sesame, sunflower, walnut, angry carp, tuna.
Vitamin B2
Needed for growth and reproduction. Participate in the development of hair, nails and skin. Has a beneficial effect on vision, eye fatigue, prevents inflammation in the oral cavity, supports the digestion of other substances: carbohydrates, fats and proteins.
Vitamin B1
Promotes the growth. Facilitates the processing of carbohydrates. Maintains the normal functioning of the nervous system, muscles and heart.
Vitamin A
Vitamin A has many functions: it is important for growth and development, maintaining the immune system and good vision.
Vitamin C
Involved in the formation of human tissues. Boost immune system. Favorable effect on wound healing. Is extremely useful for athletes and people with physical activity.
Calcium
Builds bones and teeth. Involved in other vital organic functions. The scarcity of the element can lead to severe consequences for the skeleton and the normal functioning of the body.
Iron
Iron is a vital ingredient. It builds hemoglobin and helps transport oxygen to cells and thus contributes to the formation of energy, vitality, growth and countering external bodies.
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