Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis, more commonly referred to as “Fatty Liver Disease”, affects up to 25% of people in the United States according to the American Liver Foundation.
They call it the “silent liver disease” because most people living with Fatty Liver Disease are unaware that there is a buildup of fat collecting in their liver.
One of the main reasons Fatty Liver Disease goes undiagnosed is that the fat build up in your liver typically happens over the course of years. The decline in health is so subtle you don’t notice it.
Another reason Fatty Liver Disease goes undiagnosed is the health problems it causes are typically associated with “getting older”.
As we enter our 30’s 40’s and 50’s…
● Our metabolism slows down and keeping weight off becomes harder
● We start to feel tired even after 8 hours of sleep
● Our mind can become foggy
Many people living with these problems assume there’s nothing you can do about it. That it’s just a stage of life you’re destined to go through. They don’t realize that age may not be the problem and that repairing their damaged liver could make these problems go away.
Fatty Liver Disease is not something that only happens after you turn 30. More and more it’s becoming a problem for people of all ages.
One of your liver’s primary tasks is converting the food you eat into energy. When you do the Fatty Liver Diet, you can help your body become more efficient at turning food into fuel instead of storing it as fat.
But there’s another health problem that caring for your liver can help reverse that we want the world to be aware of.
When your liver is unable to perform the task of removing the harmful chemicals your body produces from the blood it can cause a lack of brain function called Hepatic Encephalopathy.
Hepatic Encephalopathy is a sinister brain disorder that, like many health problems associated Fatty Liver Disease, creeps up on you so slowly that you often don’t realize it.
WebMD provides a helpful list of the stages of Hepatic Encephalopathy to better help you diagnose the problem:
Your liver has a tremendous impact on your mood, your energy levels, and your metabolism. Not enough people realize this.
Our experience with the health and wellness industry is that those who struggle with their weight turn to diet and exercise to fix the problem.
Those who struggle with a lack of energy turn to stimulants or try to improve their quality of sleep.
Those who struggle with mood disorders turn to antidepressants or natural remedies such as meditation.
What we’ve discovered is that in many cases these problems can be solved by caring for your liver. It won’t always be the case. You can suffer from a weight problem, a mood problem, or a lack of energy problem that isn’t caused by a sick liver.
But with the number of people living with Fatty Liver Disease skyrocketing, we felt we had to get this information to the public to let you know about this silent epidemic that is responsible for a lot of suffering, and show you how to help remedy it.
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