Normally, the liver disease accompanied by anemia. The issue is that iron, when traveling free by the blood, has great potential to be deposited in the liver, thus worsening liver disease.
The high content of lactoferrin mare's milk causes it to act as a liver protector against iron accumulation in this organ. Lactoferrin, a natural enzyme of the milk, captures blood iron avoiding that it may precipitate in the liver but also keeping it available for hemoglobin synthesis.
Furthermore, it has also been shown that the mare milk consumption may regulate the activity of transaminases.