Loss of appetite is an early symptom of liver failure. With the body's metabolic function compromised, individuals experience a decrease in the desire to eat, and meals may become smaller and smaller over time. Severe or prolonged loss of appetite results in a shortage of nutrients, which can lead to complications in and of itself, and should therefore not be ignored.
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