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Liver Health Tip, Research

Coffee and Your Liver

A cup of joe, morning fuel, or your ‘think juice’— love it or hate it, coffee undeniably has deep roots in our modern society. The good news is that drinking black coffee may be one of the best things you can do for your liver.
Liver Disease Champions

Tale of a Tenured Volunteer

Marla’s “jack of all trades” volunteer tenure with the CLF demonstrates how anyone with the determination, passion and drive to help others can play a tremendous role in promoting liver health and reducing the impact of liver disease.
Events, News, Partnerships

International PBC Day

On International PBC Day, we want to put a face on this progressive liver disease so that we may work to recognize how to better diagnose, treat and cure it.
News, Partnerships, Research

The Nutrition in Cirrhosis Guide

Filled with practical tips and healthy recipes, this guide will help patients with cirrhosis and their caregivers navigate more effectively through daily life.
Liver Friendly Recipes

Liver Friendly Recipe: Black Bean Brownies

You won’t want to show up to an outing empty handed, so why not bake these delicious and healthy black bean brownies (trust us, they’re worth it!)
Liver Disease Champions

Who Gives a Sliver of a Liver to a Stranger?

Heather Badenoch did not hesitate after seeing a family turn to social media in their search for a living liver donor. This sparked the beginning of her journey to becoming an anonymous living liver donor.
Liver Health Tip

A Sensible Guide for Sips

Alcohol may put some in a more relaxed state, but it also makes it easy to underestimate exactly how much we’re consuming.
Liver Disease Champions

Life After Hepatitis C: A New Chapter

Having received a blood transfusion during surgery 35 years earlier, Maryann had been carrying the hepatitis C virus for decades without even knowing it. Now, her liver was in stage three fibrosis.