Take a pledge to Love Your Liver

90% of liver disease is preventable and the majority of cases are caused by unhealthy lifestyle choices.

This January, let’s show our livers some love by doing something healthy.

Your liver is your body’s factory, processing everything you eat and drink. If you look after your liver then your liver will look after you as it has the amazing ability to regenerate.

Use the arrows below to look through the options, then when you are ready make your pledge.

Use the buttons below to look through the options, then when you are ready make your pledge.

Pledge to complete a fitness challenge
With the help of regular exercise, we can maintain a healthy weight and support our liver health. Get fit and take on a challenge of your choice. For example, 10,000 steps a day or begin Couch to 5K.

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Pledge to stick to 5-a-day every day
Eating five portions of fruit and vegetables a day provides us with essential vitamins and minerals that keep our livers healthy and reduces our risk of liver disease.

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Pledge to cut down on sugar
Consuming too much sugar can cause obesity which is a contributing factor to non-alcohol related fatty liver disease. The World Health Organisation recommends we keep our sugar intake to less than 6 teaspoons a day.

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Pledge to ditch processed food and takeaways
Processed foods and takeaways can result in us eating more than the recommended daily amounts of sugar, salt and fat as we may not be aware of how much has been added, which can lead to an increase in fat in the liver.

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With the help of regular exercise, we can maintain a healthy weight and support our liver health. Get fit and take on a challenge of your choice. For example, 10,000 steps a day or begin Couch to 5K.

A long break from alcohol can give our livers a much needed rest and provide us with the impetus to change our relationship with alcohol forever.


Eating five portions of fruit and vegetables a day provides us with essential vitamins and minerals that keep our livers healthy and reduces our risk of liver disease.


Consuming too much sugar can cause obesity which is a contributing factor to non-alcohol related fatty liver disease. The World Health Organisation recommends we keep our sugar intake to less than 6 teaspoons a day.

Processed foods and takeaways can result in us eating more than the recommended daily amounts of sugar, salt and fat as we may not be aware of how much has been added, which can lead to an increase in fat in the liver.

MAKE A PLEDGE TO LOVE YOUR LIVER

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Share the pledge

Let your friends, colleagues and family know what you are doing, and encourage them to make a pledge of their own!

Use the buttons to share this page to your social media and feel free to customise the message with what you are doing and why it’s important to you.

Let us know

Have you taken the pledge? We want to hear from you!

  • Download and print your Pledge Sign: landscape version, portrait version
  • Take a photo of yourself holding it up
  • Upload it to your social media using the hashtag #LoveYourLiverPledge, or send it to us at media@britishlivertrust.org.uk