Three types of fatty liver
Non Alcoholic Fatty Liver disease or NAFLD is an umbrella term for a range of liver conditions that, as the name implies, affects people who drink little to no alcohol yet have more than 5 percent of their liver made up of fat cells. According to the Mayo Clinic, NAFLD affects an estimated 80 million to 100 million Americans. 1
According to the CDC since 2007 the number of people dying from liver disease keeps increasing.
Many people don’t even know they have this disease. While being overweight or obese; having type II diabetes increases your risk of NAFLD mild cases usually cause no signs or symptoms and isn’t readily picked up in a routine physical.
NAFL or simple fatty liver means that have fat in your liver but little or no or liver cell inflammation damage. Simple fatty liver typically does not progress to cause liver damage or complications. 2
NASH is a form of NAFLD in which you have hepatitis; inflammation of the liver and liver cell damage, in addition to fat in your liver. Inflammation and liver cell damage can cause fibrosis, or scarring, of the liver. NASH may lead to cirrhosis or liver cancer 2
Symptoms of a sluggish liver
- abdominal bloating
- pain or discomfort over the liver – (right upper abdominal area under the rib cage)
- excessive abdominal fat; pot belly; or a roll around the upper abdomen
- trouble digesting fatty foods
- had your gallbladder removed
- acid reflux/heartburn
- dark spots on the skin commonly referred to liver spots
- overheating of the body & excessive perspiration
- acne/rosacea or itchy, blotchy skin
- unexplained weight gain and inability to lose weight even with calorie restriction
Other signs to watch for include high blood pressure, fatigue, high cholesterol and triglycerides, mood swings and depression, sleep apnea or snoring and fatty yellowish lumps around eyes. These are signs you need to take action, examine your toxic exposures and alter you diet and lifestyle to heal your liver.
These are all signs that your liver is blocked or clogged up with unhealthy fat. In extreme cases this is called fatty liver. When this happens the cells that act as a filter become too swollen with fat and the liver cannot screen out or filter the many substances being passed through it.
How to help reverse fatty liver
The AMA doesn’t currently have a recommended treatment for fatty liver or NAFLD and there is no prescription medication for the condition; although big pharma is certainly working on it! Most medical doctors will simply tell you to lose weigh. if you are over weight and change your diet but they won’t offer up much more than that.
So what can you do?
Over the last ten years the number of people reaching out to me for help with this condition has skyrocketed! Fatty liver can be reversed in all but the most extreme cases. To help reverse fatty liver a comprehensive four step approach is needed.
This is why I created the Fatty Liver Reset.
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