Completely Reverse Your Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease – Fatty Liver Is Reduced 34% With This Simple Change
NAFL has become one of the greatest health challenges in the world. The traditional medical system has absolutely no solution.
But a new study published in JAMA Network Open reveals a simple diet change that can reduce the amount of fat in the liver by a whopping 34%.
It all happens in a few weeks.
Scientists in Washington D.C. recruited 244 participants, all with a body mass index between 28 and 40—in other words, overweight or obese. Eighty-seven percent were female and 48% were white. They had an average age of 54.4 years.
The participants were divided into two groups. One group was told to continue their current dietary habits while the other group was placed on a low-fat vegan diet, eating only whole grains, vegetables, fruits, and legumes.
Both groups were told to leave their exercise habits unchanged.
Over the 16 weeks of the study, both groups ate slightly less and exercised slightly more, but because both groups changed similarly, this did not affect the study results.
After the 16 weeks, the vegan participants had lost an average of 13 pounds (5.9 kilograms) and they were burning 14.1% more fat than their animal-eating counterparts.
Even better, the amount of fat stored in their livers had decreased by 34.4%—a spectacular result, considering that they maintained this diet for only 16 weeks.
Compared with the animal-consumers, their muscles also stored 10.4% less fat and they were significantly more sensitive to insulin, and therefore less vulnerable to type-2 diabetes.
None of these health measures improved in the group whose diets remained the same.
These results are impressive. But if you really want to cure your NAFL (and maybe don’t want to go all vegan), follow the simple steps explained here to completely reverse your non-alcoholic fatty liver disease…
Completely Reverse Your Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease – Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Caused by This Everyday Household Product
Researchers from the School of Medicine at the University of California, San Diego have just published an alarming study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
You must avoid this additive at all costs if you already suffer NAFLD.
Triclosan is an antibacterial additive found in many bar and liquid soaps, hand sanitizers, shampoos, deodorants, mouthwashes, toothpastes, house cleaning products, pesticides, kitchen utensils, ice makers, toys, bedding, clothes, and even surgical sutures.
Wherever there is a possibility of bacteria, there is a good chance that you will find triclosan in products to combat them.
This means that you have it all over your body, both on the inside and outside.
Because of its use in pesticides, it is in some of your food too.
In the new study, scientists fed mice with type 1 diabetes a high-fat diet that, as we could expect from past research, put them at risk of developing NAFLD.
In addition, they fed one group of the mice triclosan to the point where they had the same amount of it in their blood as previous studies had found in humans.
They then examined the livers and digestive tracts of all the mice to see whether those fed triclosan differed from the others.
While there were signs of the development of NAFLD in all of the mice, it was substantially accelerated in the mice who were fed the triclosan.
When they examined the mice in detail, they even found out why this was the case.
Your body uses a substance called fibroblast growth factor 21 to protect your liver from damage, so when you eat a high-fat diet, your body tells its cells to produce more of this.
But triclosan inhibits two molecules that your cells need to produce this growth factor. In addition, triclosan also disrupts some genes that help with metabolism, including the metabolism of fat.
Lastly, the mice fed the triclosan had a much smaller variety of bacteria in their intestines than the others did, and the medical literature is replete with studies that show that people and other animals with a large variety of intestinal bacteria are much healthier.
If you want to try to avoid triclosan, you will have to buy personal hygiene and house cleaning products that are completely natural. Buying organic fruits and vegetables may also help to reduce the amount with which you come into contact.
But triclosan is only one out of three factors that causes NAFLD. By avoiding this and the other two factors, you can completely reverse your non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) in weeks, as I explain here…
Completely Reverse Your Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease – How Mild Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease Kills
Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD) is a pretty new concept. Twenty or thirty years ago, nobody was really talking about it.
Until now, most doctors have not been too worried about it unless it progressed to the more serious stages of fibrosis and cirrhosis.
But that will all change with a new study from the Karolinska Institute in Sweden and Massachusetts General Hospital, published in the journal Gut.
They found that even the mildest cases of NAFLD could drastically increase your chance of dying early.
To find out, they consulted Sweden’s national health registers to identify 10,568 people with NAFLD and matched each of them with five controls without NAFLD from the same registers. They were matched by age, sex, year of birth, and county.
All of the NAFLD cases had been confirmed via liver biopsies at Swedish hospitals, with the liver samples categorized from least to most serious as steatosis, non-fibrotic steatohepatitis, non-cirrhotic fibrosis, and cirrhosis.
Past studies had linked only the more serious stages—fibrosis and cirrhosis—with an increased risk of death, but this study was by far the largest and most comprehensive of its kind.
In general, the researchers found that people with NAFLD were 93% more likely to die early than those without it: 28.6 versus 16.9 per 1,000 person-years.
Regarding the stages of NAFLD, they found that all levels of severity increased the subjects’ risk of dying early.
1. Compared to those without NAFLD, those with simple steatosis had a 71% higher risk of death. Simple steatosis is the abnormal retention of fat in the liver.
2. Compared to those without NAFLD, those with non-fibrotic steatohepatitis had a 214% higher risk of death. Non-fibrotic steatohepatitis is inflammation of the liver that is accompanied by fat accumulation.
3. Compared to those without NAFLD, those with non-cirrhotic fibrosis had a 244% higher risk of death. Non-cirrhotic fibrosis is the thickening and scarring of liver tissue that occurs every time your liver tries to repair its cells after injury (such as injury caused by fat).
4. Compared to those without NAFLD, those with cirrhosis had a 379% higher risk of death. Cirrhosis is the stage in which the liver has been so overrun by scar tissue that it can no longer function or repair itself. The liver is unable to regenerate or recover.
The deaths were eventually caused by complete liver impairment (cirrhosis), liver cancer, other cancers, or cardiovascular disease.
The fact that the mildest form of NAFLD can increase the risk of early death by 71% should concern us all.
Even more concerning is that for most people, mild NAFLD will eventually progress to stage four.
Watch this video to learn how to completely reverse your non-alcoholic fatty liver disease – How to Treat & Reverse A Fatty Liver | Exercise & Diet Methods for Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease
This post is from the Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Strategy created by Julissa Clay. She is well renowned within the natural health industry and has produced many effective strategies for people looking for healthier ways to improve their health.
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