Re: Protein in liver? by just_peachy ..... Liver Flush Support Forum
Date: 6/14/2005 4:06:37 PM ( 8 year ago)
Besides manufacturing cholesterol, an essential building material of organ cells, hormones and bile, the liver also produces hormones and proteins that affect the way the body functions, grows and heals. It also makes new amino acids and converts existing ones into proteins. These proteins are the main building blocks of the cells, hormones, neurotransmitters, genes, etc. Other essential functions of the liver include breaking down old worn-out cells, recycling iron and storing vitamins and nutrients. Gallstones are a hazard to all of these vital tasks.
Andreas on the liver.
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