Liver, the largest organ in human body. Liver functions can be devided to 3 main categories:

  1. Metabolism
  2. Detoxification
  3. Immune system

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Metabolism include:

  1. Energy storage: One of the liver's primary jobs is to store energy made from glucose. The liver removes glucose from the blood when blood glucose levels are high.

  2. Production of bile: Another crucial function of the liver is the production of bile, a yellowish-brown liquid containing salts necessary for the digestion of lipids, or fats.

  3. Storage of vitamin: The liver collects and stores supplies of vitamins A, D, E, and K. The B vitamins are also stored here, including a 2-4 year supply of Vitamin B12.

  4. Chemical factory: Several important proteins found in the blood are produced in the liver. One of these proteins, albumin, helps retain calcium and other important substances in the bloodstream. Albumin also helps regulate the movement of water from the bloodstream into the body's tissues. The liver also produces globin, one of the two components that form hemoglobin-the oxygen-carrying substance in red blood cells.

  5. Wound healing: These include fibrinogen and prothrombin, which help wounds to heal by enabling blood to form clots, and cholesterol, a key component of cell membranes that transports fats in the bloodstream to body tissues.



The liver helps clear toxic substances, such as drugs and alcohol, from the bloodstream. It does this by absorbing the harmful substances, chemically altering them, and then excreting them in the bile.


Immune system:

Certain globulins, a group of proteins that includes antibodies, are produced in the liver, as are the proteins that make up the complement system, a part of the immune system that combines with antibodies to fight invading micro-organisms.

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