Fatty Liver, NAFLD & NASH
Think You’re Too Young to Get Liver Disease? Think Again.
Liver disease was once perceived as something only older adults needed to worry about. Discover why this is false, as well as 3 steps you can take to manage and reverse liver damage.
Fatty liver is a common diagnosis by doctors and a cause of concern for millions of people throughout the world. In fact, doctors are alarmed at the growth of fatty liver in the past 10 years. Find out 2 steps you can take today to protect yourself and help reverse this condition.
Start by cutting down on sugar and processed foods, and then stock up on these six foods to help your liver heal.
Most gynecologists and hepatologists do not work together, yet patients with polycystic ovaries and fatty liver have similar metabolic profiles.
New research may reveal that oranges are even better for our liver health than currently believed.
This winter, pick the best warm beverages to protect your liver from harm.
Learn how you can be proactive this holiday season and bypass the typical December potholes that endanger your liver.
In unison with lifestyle modifications, supplementing with UltraThistle’s silybin phytosome complex greatly increases the odds in your battle against fatty liver.
Discover your liver’s role in having a healthy metabolism. You’ll also learn there’s no “trick” to boosting your metabolism – it’s simply “treating” your liver well by doing this…
New research could influence cannabis legality by indicating that marijuana may ward off non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
If you or a loved one has psoriasis, learn about this skin condition’s link to fatty liver and what can be done about it.
If you still drink soda and care about your liver, it’s time to give it up! Carbonated water might be your ideal solution.
As long as you consider the banana guidelines described below, this popular fruit could be a great addition to your plan for optimal liver health.
You can maintain optimal liver health and function by consuming a diet low in sugar and high in anti-inflammatory foods, as well as avoiding toxic chemicals and medications.
New evidence connects glyphosphate, an active ingredient in RoundUp, to liver damage. This demonstrates that modern agricultural practices are now a major factor in our society’s increase in chronic liver disease.
Learn more about a new study that finds eating even one high-fat meal can injure your liver.
While we all indulge once in a while, choosing a steady diet of these types of foods may lead to liver damage over time.
Obesity’s associated problems include diabetes and fatty liver disease, and University of Iowa researchers looked to food for a solution. They found that a natural substance found in apple peel, ursolic acid, partially protects mice from obesity, pre-diabetes and fatty liver disease.