Fatty liver is described as the accumulation of too much fat in the liver. It comes in two forms and each one has different causes with the same symptoms.
There is alcoholic liver disease (ALD) and nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). You do not want either one, trust me. There is no medication or surgery as of right now that can treat this issue. The only way to get rid of it is to naturally reverse the issue with lifestyle and dietary changes.
Obviously, the cause of ALD is the excessive consumption of alcohol but obesity and hepatitis C can also contribute. NAFLD causes include things like high cholesterol, diabetes, autoimmune diseases, malnutrition and even advanced aging. If a person has this (either kind) they will be experiencing some sort of signs or symptoms whether it be all of them or just a couple.
The individual will become weak, lose their appetite, and have pain in the abdomen. If you have ALD you will need to stop drinking completely. This is something that should be considered obvious. People suffering from either of these should eat less or no sugary foods and add more fiber into their diets. They need to monitor their blood sugar and cholesterol as well as their weight.
Having a healthy diet and lifestyle will be able to help you much more than you could ever think it would. There are also a few natural remedies that are said to aid in this as well that you can find listed below.
Green Tea: Drinking more green tea can help because it is full of liver-protecting antioxidants. It also promotes weight loss.
ACV: Yes, apple cider vinegar ingests a few tablespoons of this daily. Drink it before your meals and do it every day.
Turmeric Milk: 1 Teaspoon of turmeric in a glass of warm milk before bed every day. This will help because of its anti-inflammatory properties.
Getting healthy really will make a difference. If you are suffering please remember that you do have options. You can get through this if you put your mind and body to it. You will feel a million times better if you improve your diet and lifestyle. Please watch the video below for more information on fatty liver.