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Fatty Liver: How to Fix It

Fatty Liver: How to Fix It

In the USA, and in most Western nations, there has been an explosion of obesity and Type-2 diabetes. Fatty liver is a contributor to both these conditions. There is hope though. With changes in diet you can eliminate Fatty Liver. The choice, of course, is yours.

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Shorty Dawkins


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  1. It’s called a keto diet.

    Ketosis occurs when the liver breaks down fat into fatty acids and glycerol, a process called beta-oxidation. In particular, three primary types of ketone bodies that are water-soluble molecules are produced: acetoacetate, beta-hydroxybutyrate and acetone. Rather than drawing energy from glucose, and simple carbohydrates like white sugars, or as the man in the video explains, a person in ketosis stays fueled off of these circulating ketones or ketone bodies thus burning body fat for fuel. The liver will burn it’s own fat first since guess what, it’s handy. This is the principal goal of the ketogenic diet, which can be achieved by adhering to a very low-carbohydrate high-fat diet with only moderate amounts of protein. Low carbohydrate specifically means complex carbohydrates like seen in green beans, not mashed potatoes, or honey or other high glycemic carbs.

    Optimal ketosis is reached when they body stays in ketosis for at least a few weeks, when any type of side effects diminish greatly while the benefits are more pronounced with the body becoming a fat burner.

    No excuse for fatty liver. It’s a new disease brought on by fast food, comfort food, junk food…etc. And big pharma loves coming up with a pill, and doctors who are pill pushers are part of the problem.

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