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Liver Health

Program description

The liver is the main human organ that provides homeostasis - dynamic constancy of the composition and properties of the internal environment to preserve the physiological functions of the human body. That is, our ability to live and exist is directly related to the liver. The liver performs about 500 different functions, the violation of which affects the functioning of almost every organ in our body.


The main functions of the liver include:


- metabolic – the liver regulates the metabolism of proteins, amino acids, lipids, carbohydrates, biologically active substances (hormones, vitamins A, B, C, D, E, K, PP and folic acid, medicines), trace elements;


- synthetic – the liver participates in the synthesis of many plasma proteins (albumin, alpha- and beta-globulins, transport proteins for various hormones and vitamins, proteins of the clotting and anticoagulation systems of the blood), synthesizes cholesterol and other lipoproteins, participates in the synthesis of hormones (for example, insulin-like growth factors);


- detoxification - the liver neutralizes toxic products of protein metabolism coming from the blood, disinfects various foreign substances, turning them into harmless, less toxic and easily excreted from the body;


- depositing - carbohydrates accumulate in the liver (it is called the glycogen depot), proteins, fats, hormones, vitamins (fat-soluble vitamins A, D, water-soluble vitamin B12 are especially large in the liver), minerals (iron, copper and cobalt cations); the liver serves as a depot for a fairly significant volume of blood (10% of the total amount of blood in the body), which can be released into the general vascular bed with blood loss or shock;


- secretory – the liver produces bile, which enters the duodenum through the bile ducts; bile acids contained in bile participate in the emulsification of fats and contribute to their absorption in the intestine;


- excretory – through the liver, excess hormones, mediators, vitamins, as well as toxic intermediates and end products of metabolism - ammonia, phenol, ethanol, acetone, indole and others are removed from the body.


The Liver health program helps to restore liver functions.


It is recommended to those who:


  • suffer from liver disorders;

  • have a history of viral and toxic liver disease;

  • have pain in the right hypochondrium;

  • have high cholesterol;

  • are suffering from heartburn, nausea;

  • take medicines;

  • are overweight;

  • are prone to frequent allergic reactions;

  • have bad habits (alcohol, smoking).


The Liver health program includes:

  • Comprehensive evaluation;

  • Complex of highly effective substances for infusion therapy (droppers);

  • Physiotherapy on the Lasmik laser complex.



  • Blood tests. A group of blood tests called Liver function tests can be used to diagnose liver disease. Other blood tests can be done to look for specific liver problems or genetic conditions.

  • Imaging tests. An ultrasound, CT scan and MRI can show liver damage.

The procedures included in the Liver health program are carried out on outpatient basis with daily visit.


The program promotes:

  • the preservation of liver functions;

  • liver resistance to toxins;

  • improvement of the general physical and psycho-emotional state.

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