Liver toxicity is a condition that the liver was damaged due to an overdose of medicine or harmful substances.
In the US, the most common causes of liver toxicity are the results of the most common drug-induced liver injury including overdoses of acetaminophen.
Believe it or not, antibiotics are the class of drugs most commonly causing liver toxicity.
With an aim to find a potential ingredient for the prevention of liver injury, researchers examined the protective effect of betanin (from natural pigments) against paraquat-induced liver injury in Sprague-Dawley rats.
Based on the findings, researchers wrote, " Betanin had a protective effect against paraquat-induced liver damage in rats".
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(1) Betanin attenuates paraquat-induced liver toxicity through a mitochondrial pathway by Han J1, Zhang Z2, Yang S2, Wang J2, Yang X2, Tan D. (PubMhttps://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24799198ed)
(2) Betanin reduces organophosphate induced cytotoxicity in primary hepatocyte via an anti-oxidative and mitochondrial dependent pathway by Ahmadian E1, Khosroushahi AY2, Eghbal MA, Eftekhari A. (PubMed)