Repairing Your Liver's Holiday Damage

Find out how to help your liver recover from the holiday season.

Repairing Your Liver's Holiday Damage

The holiday season can do a number on your liver. Most of us drink and eat a lot more than we did in the lead-up to the winter months, and it’s your liver that bears the brunt of that increase. Ready to give it some TLC? Find out how you can reboot your liver for the New Year in just three days.

Follow the Total 10 Rapid Weight-Loss Plan

Many of the recommendations from Dr. Oz’s new Total 10 Rapid Weight-Loss Plan will help your liver heal and feed it the key vitamins, minerals and nutrients it needs to do so. Dropping your calories will also help the liver to shed some of the accumulated fat and sugar it stored up from the holiday season.

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