Is Your Liver “Fat”?
Your Liver May Need A Diet
Millions of Americans are at risk for diabetes, heart attacks and even cancer because they have a fatty liver. The medical term for this is NALFD (non-alcohol fatty liver disease) and is caused by by a diet heavy in sugar and flour. Most people have never heard of fatty liver disease even though it affects tens of millions of people. The main cause of a fatty liver is high fructose corn syrup (HFCS). What is the #1 consumed item containing HFCS? If you guessed soda, you get the prize. How odd that this condition does not seem to talked about publicly by the medical community. Perhaps it might conflict with the processed food industry? Mmm, something to think about…….
How Do You Know If You Have A Fatty Liver?
If you eat a lot of sugar and flour, have belly fat, or crave sugars and starches, there is a good chance your liver is “chubby” You do not need to overweight to have this condition. Lots of thin people eat excessive amounts of sugar and starch. Do you have inflammation in your body? Inflammation creates insulin resistance and pre-diabetes and causes body fat to accumulate around the liver, organs and belly.
Teenagers, and even children are being diagnosed with diabetes and various liver conditions. Just look at the youth obesity levels in our society. There are even 12 year old boys who have been living on sodas for years that now need liver transplants.
How To Get A Svelte Liver
The good news is that you can get your liver back into a good condition. Diet is a key factor. Getting rid of starches, sugars and processed foods will make a huge difference. Keep your diet simple. Eat good quality protein like ocean caught fish, grass fed meats, organic poultry and eggs. Raw nuts and seeds are other excellent sources or protein. Make sure you eat lots of vegetables and good fats such as olive oil, avocados, grass fed butter or coconut oil. Eat fruits if you are not trying to lose weight. If you would like some excellent dietary advice, check out Dr. Mark Hyman’s bestselling books, “The Blood Sugar Solution“ and “10-Day Detox Diet”. Dr. Hymn has helped a lot of people change their eating habits and reverse health conditions.
Changing your diet is a big step towards healing your liver. You will probably need to add supplementation to support and cleanse it also. Our Liver Rejuvenator has been helping people restore health to their livers for over 15 years. Be good to your liver. You need it in good condition to stay healthy.