Metabolic Syndrome

Dragon Fruit Shields Against a Fatty Liver

Despite its whimsical, fun appearance, dragon fruit is serious when it comes to your liver’s health.

2 Jul 20th, 2016

Overeating Will Be The Main Reason for Liver Transplants in 5 Years

May 6th, 2015

“It’s predicted that by the end of this decade, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease will be be the most common underlying reason why people are required to have liver transplants, overtaking alcohol.”

Transforming the Future of Liver Transplant Therapies

Oct 18th, 2013

A new stem cell technique shows potential to aid a range of patients – including people with inherited metabolic liver problems, type 1 diabetes, as well as patients needing a liver or pancreas transplantation.

The Mediterranean Diet and Your Liver

1 Nov 28th, 2011

With over a quarter of American adults affected by fatty liver disease and countless more receiving a diagnosis of metabolic syndrome, strategies to reverse these trends are in high demand.

Homocysteine and Fatty Liver Disease

Jul 18th, 2011

Measuring homocysteine levels has potential for determining the stage of fatty liver disease. Additionally, lowering homocysteine levels could prevent a fatty liver from getting worse.

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News Brief: Liver Hormone Linked to Insulin Resistance

Dec 28th, 2010

Of particular interest to those with a fatty liver, researchers have identified a liver hormone that is integral to insulin resistance. This discovery could lead to new therapeutic options benefiting a wide range of health conditions, including fatty liver disease.

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The Natural Supplement for Metabolic Health

Aug 23rd, 2007

Metabolic syndrome has risen as the premiere catch-all phrase describing the declining health condition of our modern culture. Learn what causes this increasingly common condition and the benefits of taking a natural supplement to aid in the support and protection of your liver.

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Probiotics Help Support Liver Health

Mar 15th, 2007

An imbalance of the digestive system’s delicate environment may be the underlying cause of many ailments, including fatty liver disease. Healthcare practitioners have long suspected that an abundance of certain intestinal bacteria renders its host vulnerable to disease. Discover how certain probiotics can support the liver by preventing fat accumulation in this crucial organ.

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