Fatty Liver Disease

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Sausages: Cause of Fatty Liver DiseaseFatty liver disease, often called nonalcoholic fatty liver describes the condition of too much fat stored in your liver cells. If not corrected, fatty liver disease can progress to cirrhosis and liver failure. Excess liver fat increases your risk for obesity, diabetes, stroke and heart disease.

How Does Your Liver Get Fat?

Fats from your diet are normally metabolized (processed, broken down) by the liver but if the amount of fat exceeds what your body needs, the fat is stored in the fatty tissues. Too much dietary fat and too much sugar that is converted to triglycerides are stored and accumulate over time and eventually replace functioning liver tissue with fat.

Why Do YOU Have Fatty Liver disease?

There are four major contributing factors that increase your risk for fatty liver disease:

  1. Genetics – if you have family members with fatty liver disease, you are more likely to develop the condition than someone without.
  2. Sedentary Lifestyle – Lack of activity and countless hours spent at your desk, on the couch watching television or behind the wheel of your car lead to both obesity and a fatty liver.
  3. Poor Nutrition – Poor dietary choices of overly sweet and fatty foods will greatly increase your risks for a fatty liver. As can a diet built around fast foods.
  4. Passive Health Maintenance – Many people who develop fatty liver are unaware that they have the condition. They may not be diagnosed until it is too late.

Fatty liver disease is reversible through healthy diet and lifestyle changes. Start by reducing and then eliminating those foods that destroy your liver. Foods like salty processed foods such as deli meat, bacon and sausage. Once you identify those foods to avoid, learn to recognize those foods that reverse fatty liver disease. Identify the healthy steps you need to take to repair your liver and prevent further damage through healthy combination of diet and exercise and make the necessary lifestyle changes. Once you make these healthy changes, be consistent. Make a commitment to improving your health and the health of your liver.

If you need help identifying and eliminating liver-damaging products and habits and developing a plan to reverse your damaged liver, check out the Fatty Liver Diet Guide.

A simple and straightforward plan to reverse and manage fatty liver disease by beating the disease right from its roots! Fatty Liver Diet Guide contains all the necessary information that you need to have to be able to take control of your fatty liver disease once and for all.

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