Aflatoxin, a liver-damaging toxin produced by mold, can occur in peanuts as well as in other legumes, nuts, seeds, corn, wheat, other crops and some spices. Should peanut-lovers in the U.S. be concerned?
Your liver works hard. It helps digest food, regulates cholesterol and fat metabolism and cleans the blood of impurities. It's no wonder dozens of dietary supplements claim to repair and regenerate this vital organ.