Fatty Liver Diet Brings New Hope To Victims Of Fatty Liver Disease
The diet has been developed from the latest medical research and scientific investigation of the liver and related problems.
Fatty liver disease (known as FLD), is the accumulation of excessive fat within the cells of the liver. It is a common disease, in that 20% of adults and 6% of children have this condition. Fatty liver disease is most often caused by obesity, but also is associated with high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes and alcoholism.
As would be expected, the diet does cut down on one's consumption of fatty foods, which are consumed in unhealthy quantities in the Western world including the USA.
One emphasis of the diet is to avoid vitamins. Using large amounts of vitamins is especially dangerous for patients of fatty liver disease, as large amounts of vitamin K can cause liver damage. Excessive niacin (vitamin B3) can cause the liver to digest more fat which is a danger for fatty liver patients. Biotin is dangerous as it increases the production of fatty acids.
The diet for fatty liver has proven results for curing fatty liver disease if it is applied soon enough in the development of liver damage. For more information please visit the website at http://www.dietforfattyliverx.com.
About Diet For Fatty Liver:
Dorothy Spencer, a veteran liver care nurse and health enthusiast, has brought the latest research and a solid diet solution to those that suffer from liver-related ailments, especially fatty liver disease.
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