That’s a wrap on Liver Health Month 2023!

March is just around the corner, and we’re excited to announce that our popular ‘Just Ask’ campaign will be back for another year! Come back here on March 1st to ask our experts your most pressing liver health questions! 

You’ve come to the right place if you’re navigating life with liver disease or wish to learn more about liver health. Due to volume, we won’t be able to share the answer to every submission on our social platforms, but rest assured that a member of our education team will respond to your question via email.

After you’ve submitted your question (using the form above), take a moment to peruse the posts below! You’ll find a wide variety of frequently asked questions with insightful and informative answers from our trusted community of experts.

Do you need an immediate response or don’t see your question below? Call our National Help Line or email us directly any time.

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Here are the answers to your questions

Thank you for submitting your question!

Are there common risk factors to liver disease and psychiatric conditions?

Dr. Noha Abdel Gawad is a consultation/liaison psychiatrist at the University Health Network’s Centre for Mental Health and an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto. She works closely with adult patients affected by liver disease and liver transplantation and mental illness.

What are the best foods to add to my kitchen for optimal liver health?

Dr. Katherine J. P. Schwenger, PhD, RD is a Scientific Associate at the Toronto General Hospital. She completed her dietetic training at the University of Guelph before completing her PhD at the Institute of Medical Science at the University of Toronto. Dr. Schwenger’s research focus is in nutrition and gastrointestinal disorders.

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