How Serious Is Fatty Liver Disease?

How Serious Is Fatty Liver Disease?

Fatty Liver Disease doesn’t cause major problems for most people. On the other hand, it can turn into a more serious problem if it progresses into cirrhosis of the liver. Untreated cirrhosis of the liver eventually leads to liver failure or liver cancer. Your liver is an organ you can’t live without. 


Risk Factor of Having Fatty Liver Disease

Some people get the fatty liver disease without having any pre-existing conditions. But being obese can make you more likely to develop it. 

Being obese causes liver damage. It causes more fatty liver disease in people than alcoholism. Being obese causes fat to accumulate in the liver. Wherein, it leads to chronic inflammation and scarring of the liver or also known as cirrhosis. This condition is alarming because most people with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease present no symptoms. It is often discovered when the patient is having blood work or an ultrasound done for a certain purpose. In addition, if you are obese you are more likely as well to develop liver cancer. 

However, while the majority of individuals with fatty liver disease are obese, few individuals aren’t obese who can also develop the condition. This happens in individuals who are of a normal weight range but who are also metabolically obese. These patients also have a higher risk of developing heart disease, diabetes, and hypertension. The best way to determine if you’re at risk is to consult with your doctor, who will run tests to determine your actual percentage of body fat.

How to Improve Liver Health 

Accordingly, there are no medical treatments yet for fatty liver disease which means that eating a healthy diet and exercising regularly are the best ways to prevent liver damage. 

To combat fatty liver disease, it’s essential to make strategic and lasting changes to your diet, rather than just avoiding or integrating random foods here and there. Generally, the best diet for fatty liver includes:

  • Lots of fruits, vegetables, and nuts
  • Adequate fiber
  • Whole grains
  • No alcohol
  • Very limited saturated fats from animal products
  • Very limited salt and sugar
Using HCG Diet

Using HCG Diet to Improve Fatty Liver 

HCG is an acronym for human chorionic gonadotropin. It has been used since the 1950s, for weight loss using a very low calorie restricted diet. The HCG diet involves eating only 500 calories per day and getting daily injections of human chorionic gonadotropin. 

The benefits of HCG Diet:

  • Reduction of non-alcoholic fatty liver
  • Blood pressure reduction and normalization
  • Improved glucose and insulin control – the secret behind the overweight and obesity epidemic
  • Preservation of lean muscle mass
  • Increase in testosterone production
  • Increase in endogenous HGH production
  • Healthy weight loss with a priority on losing bad fats first
  • Preservation of resting metabolic rate 

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