The feet contain many signs of one's health and can indicate the risk of serious liver health.

Unhealthy liver can develop while ignoring symptoms into fatty liver disease, a serious condition that everyone wants to avoid.

Before the disease develops, the foot often gives evidence and signs that the liver is not functioning properly.

Three signs on the feet warn that someone may be at risk of fatty liver disease.

And usually if there's a liver problem, there's a vascular problem. A person will notice red and small brown dots that can be shiny at the bottom of the leg. "

This is a sign of weak circulatory circulation and is usually a liver problem.

The cleft heel is a sign of vitamin B3 deficiency or omega 3 fatty acid deficiency, and one function of the liver is to produce vitality and help you absorb these fatty acids.

Thus a cleft heel can indicate a liver problem.

The third sign is the itch of the foot and is usually found at the bottom of the foot. "This indicates that there is a fluid reserve in the liver and can indicate that the swallowed liver can also be a reserve for yellow and histamine accumulation warning of a liver problem."

In a study published in the United States National Library of Medicine of the National Institutes of Health, chronic liver disease was investigated.

The study found that itching was a symptom of chronic liver disease patients.

The study indicated that although itching may not be directly related to the expectations or outcomes of liver disease, a recent methodological review showed that itching has an impact on health-related quality of life in patients with bile liver disease.

She added: "Itching may be indicative of liver transplantation even in the absence of liver failure."

Studies have indicated that yellow secretion can weaken in a variety of liver diseases.

One study suggests a theory that liver disease can increase levels of bile salts, which then congregate under the skin, leading to itching.

Other research has suggested that abnormal levels of bilirubin give rise to oceanic sensory neurons.

Medical News Today said there is a theory that high levels of histamine can cause itching.

The health site added: "One study indicates high levels of histamine in people with bile liver disease. However, the authors noted that there was no relationship between itching intensity and histamine concentration. "

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