Hepatoprotection is the action including the use of a substance such as herbal remedy to protect the liver against damage and injury.
Antihepatotoxicity is the ability that protects the liver against toxins.
Chronic liver diseases (CLD) are any liver diseases that last more than 6 months. Most chronic liver diseases are caused by a genetic preposition or a variety of factors that damage the liver, including viruses and alcohol use.
On finding a potential ingredient for the protection of liver integrity, researchers examined curcumin, the active ingredient of turmeric therapeutic potential for the treatment of liver disorders.
BDMC increased liver function significantly, compared to that of the loss of liver function in the MCD-diet group.
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(1) TMechanistic insights of hepatoprotective effects of curcumin: Therapeutic updates and future prospects by Khan H1, Ullah H2, Nabavi SM. (PubMed)
(2) Hepatoprotective Effect and Synergism of Bisdemethoxycurcumin against MCD Diet-Induced Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease in Mice.
Kim SB1, Kang OH1, Lee YS2, Han SH3, Ahn YS3, Cha SW3, Seo YS1, Kong R2, Kwon DY. (PubMed)
(3) Herbal Drugs on the Liver by C. Girish, S.C. Pradhan, in Liver Pathophysiology, 2017, (Science Direct)