The digestive system is the group of organs that break down food in order to absorb its nutrients. The nutrients in food are used by the body as fuel to keep all the body systems working. The leftover parts of food which cannot be broken down, digested, or absorbed are excreted as bowel movements. Liver large very vascular glandular organ of vertebrates that secretes bile and causes important changes in many of the substances contained in the blood as by converting sugars into glycogen which it stores up until required and by forming urea and any of various large compound glands associated with the digestive tract of invertebrate animals and prob. concerned with the secretion of digestive enzymes. Its main function within the digestive system is to process the nutrients absorbed from the small intestine. Bile from the liver secreted into the small intestine also plays an important role in digesting fat. In addition, the liver is said as the body's chemical factory.
United Journal of Digestive and Liver Diseases is scholarly, peer reviewed journal which aims to publish most reliable and complete source of information on the discoveries and advanced developments in this field in the form of Original/Research articles, Review/mini review articles, Editorials, short communications, case reports, and letters to the editor etc. and provide free online access to it without any restrictions or any other subscriptions to researchers across the world.