7 warning signs your liver is overloaded with toxins
Chronic fatigue syndrome resembles a prolonged flu-like illness. By definition, you should experience the symptoms for at least 6 months before you can be diagnosed with chronic fatigue. The reason behind this is the intoxication of the liver. The liver, to a large extent, contributes to the energy supply in the body. It turns glucose into glycogen and stores it for later use. A healthy liver pours out glucose between meals or whenever there is a need for nourishment and energy. The diseased liver, however, can hardly produce glucose and has very little space to store it.