There are a number of organs in our bodies that are large in size. But what is the heaviest internal organ in the human body?
The answer would be the liver.
A human liver weighs approximately 3.43 pounds (1.56 kg).
The weight will depend on whether you are a male or female, as well as your size. Larger people have larger livers.
The liver has a vital role in our body. It helps regulate glycogen storage levels, breaks down toxins and cleans your blood among others.
~ Fun Fact ~
Did you know that your liver is the only organ in your body that can regenerate itself? If you were to donate half of your liver through a transplant, your remaining half will completely regrow itself to its original size in only a couple of weeks.