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Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is a health condition that can lead to chronic liver damage. As the name suggests, this disease occurs when...
Fatty liver disease, both non-alcoholic and alcoholic, doesn’t always cause symptoms. If so, abdominal discomfort may show up in the upper right abdomen. You might feel tired and weak, but this can be confusing if you have a busy lifestyle. Jaundice, or yellowing of the skin and whites of your eyes, may develop if the disease has worsened. Dark urine is also uncommon yet possible. The only way to know for sure is to get regular blood tests done.
Sugar can be the cause of several health issues including. skin aging, inflammation, heart disease, liver disease, insulin resistance, depression, and anxiety. It can even lower your IQ over time. Avoid added sugar in your diet and switch to healthier options. Know about other names that sugar is known by on labels. Over time, you will be able to wean yourself off a high sugar diet.
Banaba leaves help control blood sugar, lower blood pressure, reduce cholesterol, fight fatty liver disease, show antioxidant activity and cancer-fighting activity. They also aid weight loss. They have great benefits but they are not recommended for use if you are pregnant, breastfeeding or take hyperglycemic drugs. They are commonly available as supplements. Consult your doctor before trying them out.
The incidence of fatty liver disease is increasing steadily in many parts of the world. It is a disease that is linked to type...
If you have been diagnosed with non-alcoholic fatty liver dieases (NAFLD), you need to make these changes in your life. Your liver needs you to follow a healthy diet, maintain a healthy weight, and do regular exercise. Also, ensure you eat plenty of liver-friendly foods during the treatment. This can prevent further complications to the liver and even reverse NAFLD.
Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease has been recognized as a silent, yet major, disease in developed countries. It starts with a simple fatty liver and gradually advances to fibrosis. The final stage is cirrhosis and liver failure. The symptoms are vague throughout the stages. But early detection can help reverse a fatty liver.
A ketogenic diet requires you to consume low carbs and high-fat diet so that your body burns fat much faster. Here is a list of reasons why you should try a ketogenic diet to stay more fit.
NAFLD refers to presence of hepatic fat in non-alcoholics. No specific symptoms exist but some complain of right upper abdominal pain and fatigue. Clinically this is diagnosed in lab tests through elevated liver aminotransferases. Consume green tea, fresh fish, organic fruits and vegetables, liver-supportive foods like garlic, onions, and cruciferous vegetables. Avoid trans and saturated fats.
Your liver is one of the most hardworking organs in your body. It works around the clock to keep you healthy by helping you...
Glyphosate - the key ingredient of GMOs, damages beneficial bacteria in your body. This results in overgrowth of harmful bacteria which leads to candida and chronic inflammation producing a leaky gut. It is also linked to increased gluten sensitivity, IBS and also damages cytochrome, preventing liver detoxification by halting the work of liver enzymes.
NAFLD is a slow killer affecting nearly 20% adults and 6M children. It greatly increases your risk of developing cirrhosis, liver failure or liver cancer and also heart disease. Obesity and poor diet are responsible so eat foods in their natural form, preferably organic. Avoid processed foods, sugar, alcohol, soda, alcohol, fatty and fried foods and exercise regularly.
Symptoms of NAFLD range from: diabetes, obesity, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), leaky gut, chronic fatigue, inflammation, food allergies and metabolic syndrome. Some solutions are extracts of milk thistle, vitamin E, NAC, Phosphatidylcholine, Glutathione, healthy diet and healthy probiotic with an inclusion of Monolaurin to remove harmful biofilm.