Skip to main content

How to Deal With Fatty Liver?

Fatty liver is a disease that can be reversed. Triglyceride fat accumulates in liver cells due to the process of abnormal retention of lipids which leads to this condition. People who drink excessive alcohol and people who are obese are likely the sufferers. If the fat make up of the liver is more than 5%-10% it may lead to alcoholic or non alcoholic liver disease.

Dietary consideration is an important factor in dealing with fatty liver. You should eat healthy and balanced diet and be more physically active. You should limit foods such as bread, grits, rice, potatoes, corn and concentrated sugar which is found in sports drinks and juice. It is wise to avoid un-necessary medication. Foods which are rich in vitamin E, selenium, betaine and metformin are very good for fatty liver.

Detoxifying foods such as onion, garlic, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, collard greens, kale, Brussels sprouts and spices such as turmeric and cinnamon are very good for this condition. If you are confused about fatty liver then, be rest assured that a simple fatty liver does not require any treatment. Fatty liver as such does not damage liver cells or cause clinical disease. Normalcy can be restored with the reduction in weight and it less frequently progresses to non alcoholic fatty liver disease.

You can also treat this condition by following herbal medication of which a leading form of alternative medicine is Siddha which is practiced mostly in India especially in the Southern part. I had the privilege of visiting Siddha Central Research Institute Chennai and found that there are some latest advanced medical treatments to treat this condition.

A word before we end this post, always eat healthy foods, never skip your exercise and always follow your doctor’s advice.

Take care,


Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

Facial Exercises - The Secret to a Youthful Face

Facial exercises are hailed as a non-invasive alternative to Botox and surgery. You can take years off your face by just doing some facial exercises. Yep and this fact has a strong scientific backing to it. 
Facial exercises may improve facial appearance and reduce some visible signs of aging says a recently published research study.
"Assuming the findings are confirmed in a larger study, individuals now have a low-cost, non-toxic way for looking younger or to augment other cosmetic or anti-aging treatments they may be seeking," says lead author Dr. Murad Alam, vice chair and professor of dermatology at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and a Northwestern Medicine dermatologist.
When you perform facial exercises, they enlarge and strengthen your facial muscles making your face more toned and younger looking. ‘The exercises work the hypodermis or the lower layer of the skin, the dermis or the middle layer and the epidermis or the upper layer.

‘By working all the…

Amazing Health Benefits of Purslane (Luni- Bhaji)

Purslane is heavily loaded with nutrients and it is excellent for your health. Believe me, I did not know this truth. While I am shopping, I will pick all other greens and did not mind about this wonderful leafy vegetable.
Then the other day I read about Purslane in Authority Nutrition. I felt so bad that I have missed such a wealth of nutrients till now. But not anymore. So if you want to know more about this Purslane then read the entire post.
The North Indians called it Luni-bhaji. It seems that Gandhiji ate it and named it Luni. Though it had its origins in India. It is famous the world over. This leafy vegetable has a sour and salty taste.
Purslane has a wealth of nutrients waiting for you to consume them. It has the following nutrients. ØEPA ØVitamin A ØVitamin E ØVitamin B ØCalcium ØPotassium ØIron ØOmega 3 fatty acids ØVitamin C ØNiacin ØPyridoxine ØRiboflavin ØCarotenoids The other amazing facts about Purslane include ØThey are very low in calories ØRich in dietary fiber Ø

All You Need to Know About the Dangers of Talc for Your Baby

If you use talcum powder for your baby, then take a few minutes to read this article. Talcum powder is a mineral based product made up of elements like silicon, magnesium, and oxygen. It absorbs moisture pretty quickly and helps to cut down on friction. 
Mothers use it to keep their babies’ bottom dry and rash free. So far so good. But health experts warn you about the dangers of talc for your baby. 
The American Academy of Paediatrics advises that talcum powder can cause breathing trouble and severe lung damage for babies if your baby inhales the particles. Talc powders contain minute granules which can quickly pass through your babies’ airways.
If your baby inhales the tiny particles, it can lead to lung irritation and respiratory distress. Even asbestos free talcum powder can irritate and inflame your baby’s nasal airways.
The results can be more drastic if your baby is at high risk of respiratory illness. The high risk includes premature babies, babies who've had many respiratory …