Reverse Fatty Liver Disease NOW!

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What is fatty liver disease?

There are generally two types of fatty liver disease, alcoholic and non-alcoholic.  Both involve the cells of the liver accumulating abnormal amounts of fat.  Over time these fat deposits impede the efficiency of the liver.  Eventually this leads to scaring and irreversible damage if steps are not taken to reverse the diffusion of fat within the liver.  

While alcohol is a common cause of fat in the liver, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is usually the byproduct of a poor diet and obesity.  However, not all NAFLD patients are overweight.  Some can be very healthy individuals, athletes even.  Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) affects nearly 25% of the population.  

Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease can be classified as either IFL (Isolated Fatty Liver) or steatohepatitis (NASH).  With NASH, the liver swells and is damaged as the cells die and are replaced with scar tissue leading to cirrhosis of the liver.

When enough of your liver succumbs to cirrhosis, it begins to shut down, leaving death or a liver transplant as the only viable option.  Thus it is important to take preventative measures to ensure the health of your liver.  If you suspect that your liver may have too much fat accumulated in it, do not wait, and get your liver enzymes checked and/or ultrasound.  It is a good idea for anyone who is substantially overweight, to be screened.

Symptoms and prognosis

The symptoms of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease are not usually seen until it has progressed to the point of cirrhosis.  This is the real danger.  Unless you're watching your liver due to some abnormal tests results, you may not even realize what's going on until things are dire.

 These may include:

  • Encephalopathy (memory loss, dementia, seizures, coma, etc...)
  • Liver cancer
  • Gastrointestinal bleeding
  • Accumulation of fluid, such as edema.

Several other diseases go hand in hand with NAFLD:

  • Diabetes
  • High blood pressure
  • Dyslipidemia 
  • Heart disease
  • Stroke

What can you do?

Untreated non-alcoholic fatty liver disease can lead to complete liver failure among other complications.  Do not let your fatty liver get to that point.  Do something about it now before it is too late.

I'm a father of two small children, who I want to see graduate from school, get married and have their own kids someday.  

If you are like me you did the responsible thing and went to see a specialist.  And if your doctor was anything like mine he said "Lose weight and exersise".  Losing weight is not an easy thing for me.  I have a lot of other medical issues that complicate that process.  I'm sure many of you can relate.   I knew there had to be more that I could do.  And there is!  Diet and exersise is so ambiguous.  It goes way beyond that.  There are some foods that help the liver heal and many foods that may seem healthy, but actually cause harm to a fatty liver.  

It's been 5 weeks since the ultrasound that sent me to the liver specialist and I have lost 20 lbs and feel more energetic than I have in the last 10 years.  I didn't starve myself.  I didn't sweat bullets at the gym.  My liver enzymes test results are getting better.  In most cases fatty liver disease is reversible or controllable. 

Let me help you before it is too late.  Get my free E-book above by clicking on the link and I will email you 6 things you can do right now to begin healing your liver.

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