HOW U CAN REPAIR FATTY LIVER ?

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The meaning of mild fatty infiltration of the liver is the fact that fatty liver isn’t yet developed at its full scale. Blood results would show some levels of elevated liver enzymes, but not as much.

Liver ultrasound would show some levels of enlarged liver and fat around the liver, but again, not as much as a non-mild fatty infiltration of the liver.

The truth about Mild Fatty Infiltration of the Liver

The problem is, there is actually no such thing. To avoid fatty liver complications, the disease needs an attention as soon as you are diagnosed, no matter if it’s mild or at any other stage.

If you are being told you “only” have a mild fatty liver infiltration and it’s nothing to worry about – don’t take it for granted. Your aim should be to stop the disease as soon as possible by treating fatty liver. Don’t wait for the advancement of the disease.

If you have been told you have a Mild Fatty Infiltration of the Liver, comment below and tell your story.

Looking for fatty liver diet foods? Wondering what you should eat and what foods you should avoid with a fatty liver? You’re reached the right place!

Eating the right fatty liver diet foods is a crucial key to reverse the disease. A non-alcoholic fatty liver disease mainly develops due to excessive amount of fat consumed by the individual.

The fat concentrated in so many types of food many of are used to since we remember ourselves are damaging one of our most crucial organ – the liver.

Some of these fats are stored in and around the liver, thus contributing to the development of fatty liver disease.

The foods mentioned in this article are also recommended for many other diseases that depend on good nutrition.

Here are the foods that you should and should not eat if you have a fatty liver:

Foods you want to avoid eating as much as possible

  • White bread.
  • Butter.
  • Most prepared breakfast cereals (usually contain high levels of sugar).
  • White rice.
  • Concentrated sugar.
  • Fat rich meals, like – Hamburger, Pizza, etc.
  • High-glycerin food (a compound used in many artificial sweeteners and as a preservative).
  • High-cholesterol food (eggs for example – limit yourself to two eggs per week).
  • Carbonated drinks.
  • Fried food / fast food.

Recommended foods for fatty liver you should focus on

  • Beans and unprocessed grains.
  • Whole grain bread.
  • Slim milk instead of whole milk.
  • Food with high level of proteins.
  • Cinnamon.
  • Vegetables for fatty liver – broccoli is highly recommended.
  • Fruits for fatty liver (3-4 slices per day – try to avoid bananas as it contains lots of glucose).

Moderation is the key

I’m not suggesting you should never e/at the foods mentioned in the avoid list. It’s all about moderation. Eating your favorite food once in a while is not a crime, but you should limit yourself and monitor your progress. Determination is the key to reverse a fatty liver.

In addition, remember that weight loss is the most effective way to cure a fatty liver. It’s the combination of eating healthy foods for you liver, plus exercise. Physical activity is an additional key factor to BURN THE FAT  in your body and your liver, as it replaces the fats with muscles.

Getting all the help you can!

It’s hard to change your eating habits so fast. The reason is that you’re so used to the foods you eat your whole life, it’s very hard to change what you are so used to. For that reason I highly recommend starting a proper diet plan using the fatty liver diet guide written by Dorothy Spencer BSN, RN. It helped hundreds of my own patients. Click here to learn more.

A food pyramid you could use as a general guide

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