The Liver is the largest organ. It is located behind the ribcage in the right upper part of the abdomen. The Liver cleans the blood, produces a digestive liquid called Bile and stores energy in the form of a sugar called Glycogen. After eating, the nutrients from the food pass from the intestine into the blood. Before going out to the different parts of the body, the nutrient-rich blood stops at the Liver. And, the Liver processes it. The Liver is an under-appreciated and hard-working organ. Not only is it your largest internal organ but also it is in charge of hundreds of different functions ranging from fighting infection to manufacturing proteins and hormones, and helping clot your blood.