8 Ways to Detox Your Liver Naturally and Gently

Point 2: Move your ring/middle fingertip in a counterclockwise direction over the point between the big toe and the second toe, a half thumb width from the margin of the web to reduce heat from the liver.

Pomegranate Tea: Pomegranate is a super detox food that the liver, a powerful antioxidant, high in Vitamin C, calcium and potassium.

Garlic and Onions: Choline is a soluble compound that helps prevent fat deposits in the liver. Methionine is an amino acid in proteins that protects the liver and helps flush away fat-soluble toxins through urine. Both these components are present in garlic and onion. Use them raw or cooked in your diet on a daily basis.

Disclaimer: If you are experiencing any or several of the symptoms, you should talk to your doctor. You must verify with your physician before applying this article's suggestions to your individual situation.

Top 10 Foods and Other Home Remedies for Liver Detox

Other Detox Foods: Turmeric, green tea and yogurt are some the foods that help in detoxifying the liver and aid in proper digestion of food.

High-Fiber Diet: Food high in fiber not only helps the liver function properly, but also helps it transport fatty toxins out of the body. Fiber binds to bile in the large intestine for slow and proper digestion. Vegetables, fruits, beans and nuts provide plenty of fiber to promote leaver health. Eat cruciferous vegetables like broccoli, cauliflower, brussels sprouts and cabbage. Fruits such as apples, bananas, oranges, pears and berries (all berries) are good fruit sources of fiber. Whole grain products are excellent sources of fiber. Eat whole grain crackers or a handful of nuts.

Darker color of the urine, which occurs when bilirubin mixes with urine. Lighter color or pale stools when stercobilin, a brown pigment, is absent from the stool. Swelling/edema of ankles and feet due to the liver's failure to generate albumin. Heaviness or sluggish digestion post fatty meals. Jaundice resulting in yellowish, pale and/or discolored skin and eyes. Unbearable itching. Bruising and easy bleeding. When liver damage occurs, the substances that help in the coagulation of blood are no longer present and severe bleeding may occur. Chronic fatigue. Nausea and/or loss of appetite.