Organs such as bile and kidneys ensure that all the toxins that we put through our bodies find their way out again. But how does it actually work? And when is too much actually too much? Constanze Loeffler
When eating and drinking, through medication and the environment, we absorb substances that our body neither needs nor can use. The liver, gallbladder and kidneys remove waste products from the body.
The efficiency with which our body rids itself of waste products, toxins and unusable substances is reminiscent of a professional team in the Bundesliga. Key playmakers: liver and kidneys. Important helpers: gallbladder, skin and lungs. In the first step, the liver uses enzymes and numerous biochemical processes to process the various substances so that the body can eliminate them.