Signs on the feet indicate a risk to the liver

May 02, 2021
A sign of poor circulation and usually a liver problem A sign of poor circulation and usually a liver problem

Vision, United Arab Emirates: - There are three signs on the feet that warn of the possibility of fatty liver disease.

Red and brown spots on the lower leg:

The heart has to send blood all the way down the feet and back through the vascular system.

And usually if there is a problem with the liver there will be a problem with the blood vessels. The person will notice small red and brown spots that may be shiny on the lower leg.

Cracked heels

Cracked heels are a sign of a vitamin B3 deficiency or a deficiency in omega-3 fatty acids, and one of the liver's functions is to produce vitality and help you absorb these fatty acids, so cracked heels could indicate a problem with the liver.

Itchy bottom of the foot:

This indicates a fluid reserve in the liver and could indicate that the swallowed liver could also be a reserve of bile and histamine build-up. What warns of a problem with the liver. "

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