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Do You Have a Fatty Liver? 90 Million Americans Do!

fatty liver disease

The most common disease in America is something you’ve probably never heard of, but it affects 90 million Americans and is a major risk factor for diabetes, heart attacks, and even cancer.

It is called NALFD (non-alcoholic fatty liver disease) or fatty liver, for short, and is caused by the 152 pounds of sugar and 146 pounds of flour in our diet.

How do you know if you have it? What’s causing it? And how do you fix it? Do you exercise, take drugs, change your diet, or take supplements to fix it? Watch the video below to learn more!

What To Do About Fatty Liver Disease

Video Notes

  • Fatty liver is literally a liver that is full of fat
  • It is actually the most common disease in America but most haven’t heard of it or even know they have it
  • Sugar and starch turns on the fat production factory in the liver
  • HFCS is the single biggest cause — #1 source of calories in the American diet
  • Fatty liver creates inflammation, which in turn creates insulin resistance and pre-diabetes
  • Causes high triglycerides and low HDL and the dangerous small dense cholesterol particles
  • Fatty liver is a huge risk for heart attacks
  • We are seeing children needing liver transplants due to fatty liver
  • The root of the problem is what you are eating
  • First step is to cut out all high fructose corn syrup
  • Next, reduce or eliminate starch, processed foods/flours, even whole grain flour, rice and other starches
  • Add vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds, animal protein, olive oil, coconut oil
  • Good fats are anti-inflammatory, they heal and repair the liver
  • Exercise improves insulin resistance and reduces fatty liver
  • Supplements, like milk thistle, lipoic acid, n-acetyl-cysteine, B-vitamins and magnesium
  • Add detox foods, broccoli, kale, collards, cabbage, Brussels sprouts, garlic and onions

Click here for more on Fatty Liver Disease from Dr. Hyman.
Check out the book Blood Sugar Solution here.

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