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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 http://crisiddha.tn.nic.in/ 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,
Swarnam

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