Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease

Beware of Liver Disease

nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). Afflicting roughly one in four Americans, it is not caused by alcohol or a virus, but by obesity and insulin resistance—and at least half of all type 2 diabetics are affected. NAFLD is a progressive disease marked by three distinct stages. Simple fatty

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Diabetes Can Affect Your Liver

…of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), which can progress to serious scarring of the liver. Therefore, I suggest that all of my patients with type 2 diabetes symptoms to have their liver enzymes tested and, if indicated, supplement with nutrients that enhance liver function. Your liver is a…

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Vitamin E Benefits for Diabetes and Heart Health

…contributes to liver damage, which if untreated, can lead to complications such as nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). The best-studied antioxidant for NAFLD also happens to be vitamin E, with doses ranging from 400 to 1,200 IU per day, which results in reductions in fatty liver infiltration.…

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Hope for Hepatitis C

…with blood products made before 1987. Early detection and treatment are your best bet. Now it’s your turn: Have you ever used any of these nutritional supplements to help your liver? You May Also Be Interested In: * Spring Cleaning for Your Body * What Is Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease?

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Follow a Fructose-Free Diet

…fructose and an increased risk of kidney stones. * Contributes to NAFLD. Excessive fructose consumption has also been implicated in nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), a condition most common in overweight people with metabolic syndrome. Now it’s your turn: Have you ever noticed a change…

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Reap the Benefits of Glutathione

…Maximizing glutathione status is also a proven treatment for chronic fatigue, autoimmune disorders, nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, environmental sensitivities, autism, and more. Disease aside, it’s a ticket to better health and longevity. Now it’s your turn: Have you ever heard…

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Caffeine Withdrawal...A Mental Disorder?!?

…the intestines. * Coffee curbs appetite and facilitates fat burning in the liver, thus preventing obesity—the number-one risk factor for type 2 diabetes. * A high coffee intake reduces the risk of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease—another common condition found in people with obesity and…

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