The liver helps to filter toxins and waste from your blood. When you have liver problems, it may show up in a number of ways including jaundice or dark urine. Watching your feet, can, however, can give you clues and indications about your potential liver problems.
Disclaimer: This article is not meant to give you a liver disease diagnosis. Use this article to find clues and then go to a physician to diagnose any potential diseases you may have.
Here are 7 things you need to look for in your feet that may serve you as indicators of your liver problems:
7. Red and brown dots
If you have red and brown dots on your feet, this may be a sign of liver problems among a few other problems. These dots may be caused by poor circulation and fat deposits called lipomas, which can occur in people who have obesity or diabetes also. They are more likely to occur in people who are over 50 years old and have a family history of fatty liver disease.