US experts raise red flag over fatty liver disease

Human liver

The incidence of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is reaching new gloomy heights. By 2030, it is estimated that as many as a 100 million people in the US will suffer from the disease.

Medpage Today: Experts raise red flag over fatty liver disease

If you want to learn more about fatty liver, and how to reverse it (hint: eat less sugar and carbs), check out the links below.


How fat is your liver?

Dr. Fung: Insulin and fatty liver disease

Success stories about liver disease

  • It's not just alcohol! Why toast and potatoes may also cause liver damage
  • Groundbreaking study: low carb is an effective treatment for fatty liver
  • Keto and intermittent fasting: "I am completely blown away by the changes"

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