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On the other hand, the liver a is a storage organ for many important nutrients (vitamins A, D, E, K, B12 and folic acid, and minerals such as copper and iron).
These nutrients provide the body with some of the tools it needs to get rid of toxins.
In general, organ meats are between 10 and 100 times higher in nutrients than corresponding muscle meats.
(That said, fruits and vegetables are rich in phytonutrients like flavonoids and polyphenols that aren’t found in high concentrations in meats and organ meats, so fresh produce should always be a significant part of your diet.)In fact, you might be surprised to learn that in some traditional cultures, the organ meats were consumed.
While it is true that one of the liver’s role is to neutralize toxins (such as drugs, chemical agents and poisons), it does not store these toxins.