Liver disease: The 'early' warning sign in your poo – 'Tell your doctor'

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That’s why the health body advises letting your doctor know if you regularly drink alcohol to excess.

How does alcohol-related liver disease occur

Liver represents one of the most complex organs in your body, with its ability to filter toxins, regulate cholesterol and blood sugar, aid digestion and help fight infections.

Each time you drink alcohol, some of your liver cells die. Luckily, the organ is able to develop new ones.

While your liver is able to regenerate itself after you drink alcohol, having too much of the popular drink can lower this ability.



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