7 Foods That RUIN Your Liver



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Do you consume these foods that ruin your liver? Check this out!

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0:00 Introduction: Foods that ruin your liver
0:40 #1 Soy protein isolates
2:22 #2 Fructose
4:33 #3 Vegetable fats
6:30 #4 Whey protein powder
7:35 #5 Maltodextrin
9:00 #6 Aflatoxins
9:52 #7 MSG
11:00 Is red meat bad for the liver?
11:38 What is the best food for the liver?
11:52 Check out my video on how to repair your liver!

You are as healthy as your liver. Your liver helps you in many different ways, but its main function is to detox poisons.

It’s important to be aware of these ingredients in certain foods that ruin your liver, so you can avoid them and keep your liver healthy.

The best type of food for the liver is cruciferous vegetables. Be sure to consume cruciferous vegetables regularly to support a healthy liver.

7 ingredients in foods that will ruin your liver:
1. Soy protein isolates
Common foods that contain this ingredient:
• Diet shakes
• Diet powders
• Protein bars
• Veggie burgers

2. Fructose
Common foods that contain this ingredient:
• High fructose corn syrup
• Fruit
• Agave nectar
• Table sugar

3. Vegetable fats
Common foods that contain this ingredient:
• Corn oil
• Soy oil
• Canola oil
• Cottonseed oil

4. Whey protein powder
Common foods that contain this ingredient:
• Protein powders

5. Maltodextrin
Common foods that contain this ingredient:
• Protein powders
• Certain vitamin supplements
• Certain “keto-friendly” foods
• Foods that contain fillers or drying agents
• Post-workout gels
• Splenda
• Puddings
• Protein bars

6. Aflatoxins
Common foods that contain this ingredient:
• Peanuts
• Corn

7. MSG
Common foods that contain this ingredient:
• Pork rinds
• Fast-food
• Chinese food
• Cottage cheese
• Foods that contain flavor enhancers

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