Give your liver a rest
Your liver is an important organ that not only absorbs necessary nutrients from your blood, but also neutralizes toxic substances. Long-term excessive alcohol consumption can damage liver cells. In an alcohol-free month, a liver can recover, according to research by Radboudumc in Nijmegen. After a month without alcohol, the cholesterol levels also drop, belly fat decreases and the blood values that indicate irritation of the liver and decay of liver cells decrease. Moderate drinkers who take a month's break also have this advantage. Unfortunately, this health effect disappears when you start drinking again. Even if you drink in between.
If you maintain your IkPas for 30 consecutive days, you give your liver a rest and the liver can recover. An extra reason not to make an exception during the 30 days.