Why does the body produce ammonium?

Ammonium is a natural by-product of protein digestion, which is broken down by the liver and expelled from the body via the kidneys. Maintaining a low level of ammonium is important as it helps to reduce the toxic burden on the liver, thereby helping to optimise liver function.

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