How to Treat & Reverse A Fatty Liver | Exercise & Diet Methods for Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease
Fatty liver disease can be due to non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, and can also be due to alcohol consumption. It occurs when fats infiltrate into the liver, which can lead to inflammation and subsequent scarring of the liver (leading to cirrhosis). Therefore, it is very important to treat and reverse a fat deposition in the liver to prevent scarring and cirrhosis. There are a variety of ways to treat, reverse and even prevent a fatty liver from developing, which we discuss in this lesson.
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