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Weighing in at around 3 pounds, the liver is one of the most important organs in the body and considered by many 'the lifeline' of the human body. It is connected to most bodily processes, which are responsible for the filtration of all incoming food, fluids, vitamins, herbs, drugs, and toxins. The body relies upon the liver to remove toxins so that the nutrients supplied to the body are pure and capable of providing nourishment. It serves a vital function in almost every system in the body; for example, from hormone and digestive enzyme production, to blood filtration, and the metabolization of chemicals and drugs.