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Why is it important to have low levels of ammonium?
344 views  March 11, 2019
Because many of the illnesses caused by high ammonia levels in the body are chronic and untreatable, the safest course to protect your liver is to avoid damage to the organ. Limiting alcohol intake, which is one of the primary causes of liver damage, which leads to high ammonium levels in the body. High ammonium levels in the blood effects the brain, causing a number of illnesses, most of which are incurable. High levels of ammonium in the body can also be a contributing factor to dementia and other mental illnesses.