FATTY LIVER DIET COOKBOOK: A CONVENIENT GUIDE TO PREVENTING AND REVERSING FATTY LIVER DISEASE WITH HEALTHY RECIPES


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Fat in the liver typically develops when a person consumes more fat and sugars than his or her body can handle. This is more common in people who are overweight or obese, but can also occur in adults with healthy body weights. If that fat builds up to more than 5% of the liver, then the liver is considered to be a fatty liver. Although having this condition may not cause any immediate harm, there is a concern that the extra fat in the liver might make the liver vulnerable to further injury such as inflammation and scarring.
The body stores fat in many areas for energy and insulation. The liver partially consists of fat. However, if the fat content in the liver is too high, this may be a sign of fatty liver disease. Dietary changes are the first-line treatment for this liver condition.
There are two types of fatty liver disease: alcoholic liver disease and nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. Pregnancy can also cause fatty liver disease.
Fatty liver disease damages the liver, preventing it from removing toxins and producing bile for the digestive system. When the liver cannot perform these tasks effectively, it puts a person at risk of developing other problems throughout their body.
Dietary changes and regular exercise are key ways to manage fatty liver disease. However, some people may need to see a doctor for further treatment.
In this book, I suggest several foods and recipes to include in a diet for fatty liver disease, as well as foods to avoid.



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