The Cause of Fatty Liver Disease

The Cause of Fatty Liver Disease

Fatty liver disease is a common condition that is caused by the storage of extra fat in the liver. Most people have no symptoms, and it does not cause serious problems for them. In several cases, it can lead to liver damage. The good news is you can often prevent or even reverse fatty liver disease with lifestyle changes. 

Your liver is an important organ with several life-supporting functions including:

  • Producing bile that helps with digestion
  • Makes protein for the body
  • Converts nutrients into energy
  • Stores iron
  • Creates substances that help your blood clot 

It helps resists infection by making immune factors and eliminating bacteria and toxins from your blood


Who Is At Risk Of Having Fatty Liver Disease?

You have a greater chance of developing the fatty liver disease if you:

  • Have obesity with a high level of belly fat
  • Have obstructive sleep apnea
  • Have high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and diabetes
  • Are a postmenopausal woman

How To Treat Fatty Liver Disease?

There is no medication specifically for fatty liver disease. Instead, doctors focus on helping you control factors that contribute to the condition. They also recommend making lifestyle changes that can significantly improve your health. Treatment includes:

  • Losing weight
  • Avoiding alcohol
  • Taking medications to control diabetes, cholesterol, and triglycerides 
  • Taking vitamin E and thiazolidinedione
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How To Prevent Fatty Liver Disease?

The best way to prevent fatty liver disease is to do the things that maintain overall health:

  • Take medications as given
  • Limit your alcohol consumption
  • Exercise regularly 
  • Stay at a healthy weight, if you are overweight or obese, lose weight

Losing Weight Using HCG Diet and Prevent Fatty Liver Disease

The HCG diet involves eating only 500 calories per day and getting daily injections of human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG). It is a hormone pregnant women excrete in their urine after developing it in the placenta. Being overweight at any stage in life poses physical and emotional health challenges for both men and women. Besides the social stigma of obesity that leads to body shaming and self-loathing, there are practical matters that lead to embarrassment. 

The HCG Diet combines a 500 to 800 restricted calorie diet of nutritionally dense foods with hormone injections and limited physical activity to help obese individuals rapidly lose weight. The unique properties of HCG promote healthy tissue growth, preserving lean muscle and other tissues that support vital organ development.

Many successful HCG dieters report an average weight loss of one to two pounds per day. Imagine shedding 60 pounds in just a month or two and imagine the health benefits that will inevitably follow. Both men and women can benefit from HCG, which has been proven safe. Use HCG now and expect a great result!

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