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How to reverse a fatty liver

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If you have a fatty liver it means that there is excess fat accumulation inside liver cells. It will result in abnormal liver function and will cause many health problems within a short span of time. It is also associated with other health problems like insulin resistance, abdominal obesity and type 2 diabetes. It can also cause cirrhosis and liver failure.

To reverse a fatty liver, you need to do the following-

Eat less carbonated

Your diet is also responsible for your fatty liver and so you will need to take proper care of your diet. You need to avoid sugar and foods made of white flour. If you consume more carbohydrate rich foods, they can cause fatty liver and so it is very important for you to reduce the amount of carbohydrate you consume. More carbohydrate is bad because your liver can convert excess carbohydrate into fat. You need to avoid foods like bread, rice, pasta, breakfast cereals, potatoes and other food products made of flour.

Change in diet

You will need to add more vegetables, protein and healthy fats to your diet. Raw vegetables and fruits are very good as they are liver healing foods. The raw foods will help you by cleansing and repairing the liver filter. Then the filter will be able to trap and remove excess fat and toxins from the blood stream. You can eat cooked and raw salads so that you can get more vegetables. Fruit is healthy for most people but you should be careful if you also have high blood sugar or insulin resistance. Even then, two servings of fruits per day should be okay for you. Protein is important for you as it will help you to keep the blood sugar levels stable. It will also help you to lose weight from the abdomen and will reduce your hunger and cravings. Do not forget to include protein in each meal. You should get protein from eggs, poultry, seafood, nuts, meat, legumes, dairy products, whey protein powder and seeds. The healthy fats that should be there in your diet include olive oil, flaxseeds, oily fish, coconut oil and raw nuts and seeds.

Eliminate alcohol

Alcohol is bad for you if you are suffering from fatty liver. It is considered as the second biggest cause of fatty liver in people. It can result in inflammation and damage to liver cells and allow infiltration of fat into your liver. It is better to eliminate alcohol totally but if you cannot do that, at least you should limit alcohol consumption to one drink per day.

Take a liver tonic

A liver tonic is something that you can always include in your daily life. A good liver tonic will provide you with vitamins, antioxidants and sulphur rich amino acids. It is necessary for you because it will help you by promoting repair of damaged liver cells besides helping you to burn more fat and detoxification of the liver. Such a liver tonic can be available in powder, capsule or liquid form.

Drink vegetable juice

If you drink raw vegetable juice, it'll help you to improve the health of your liver. Such raw juices will provide you with high levels of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. You can also add a bit of fruits into the juices. Vegetable juice is always better than fruit juice because fruit juice may contain high levels of carbohydrate and calories, which you don't want.


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