British Liver Trust is a charitable organization in The United Kingdom which has a focus in the health of the liver. The organization chose January to be "Love Your Liver" awareness month, because they want the nation and the world to show their liver some love and take their first steps towards better liver health.
The liver is a fascinating organ and a multi-tasker. It primarily processes nutrients from food, makes bile, removes toxins from the body, and builds proteins. It metabolizes many drugs. It breaks down fat and produces cholesterol. It converts glycogen into glucose. It creates immune factors necessary to fight infection and has over 500 vital jobs to do to keep you alive.
Spices are a good source for nutrients, and some spices have beneficial compounds that could help promote liver health.
Studies show that the beneficial compounds in cloves could help promote liver health. Another animal study showed that the Eugenol found in cloves helped reverse signs of liver cirrhosis, or scarring of the liver. 
Cinnamon may have therapeutic benefits on lipid profile, liver enzymes, insulin resistance, and high-sensitivity C-reactive protein in nonalcoholic fatty liver disease patients. 
Ginger root contains powerful compounds, including Gingerols and Shogaols, that help inhibit inflammation and protect against cellular damage, which may help support liver health. Plus, ginger may help protect your liver against toxins like alcohol. 
Turmeric main active component is Curcumin, which is known for its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and anticancer properties, which makes it a popular choice for people with liver disease. 
Take a pledge to love your liver and make a change that will benefit your liver health.