Fatty Liver

Fatty liver disease is becoming increasingly common in many parts of the world, affecting many people globally. Fatty liver occurs when too much fat builds up in liver cells. Although it is normal to have a tiny amount of fat in these cells, the liver is considered fatty if more than 5% of it is fat.

Fat accumulation and inflammation damages the liver cells. This can lead to fibrosis, or scar tissue, as liver cells are repeatedly injured and die off. Fatty liver is linked to an increased risk of other diseases, including heart disease, diabetes, and kidney disease.

Several factors may cause or contribute to developing fatty liver:

  • Obesity;
  • Excess belly fat;
  • Excess belly fat;
  • High intake of refined carbs;
  • Insulin resistance;
  • Sugary beverage consumption;
  • Impaired gut health.

Most of the times, there are some signs of fatty liver:

  • Fatigue and weakness;
  • Slight pain or fullness in the right or center abdominal area;
  • Elevated levels of liver enzymes;
  • Elevated insulin levels;
  • Elevated triglyceride levels.

There may be symptoms of fatty liver:

  • Loss of appetite;
  • Nausea and vomiting;
  • Moderate to severe abdominal pain;
  • Yellowing of eyes and skin

One can follow the following steps to get rid of fatty liver :

  • Lose body fat:
  • Avoid overeating;
  • Get your healthy diet planned;
  • Diet plan for getting rid of Fatty Liver;
  • Exercise;
  • Maintain a healthy weight.
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