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Fatty liver disease: Four ‘early’ indicators your liver is damaged by alcohol

Let’s take alcohol, for example, which enters the bloodstream through the tissue lining of the stomach and small intestine. The liver is responsible for neutralising and eliminating the toxin. “Liver cells produce the enzyme alcohol dehydrogenase which breaks alcohol into ketones at a rate of about 0.015g/100mL/hour,” noted experts at Bowling Green State University. However, the British Liver Trust pointed out that every time the liver filters alcohol, some “liver cells die”.

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