Saturday, April 20, 2019

1 IN 5 PEOPLE UNKNOWINGLY HAVE FATTY LIVER DISEASE, HERE ARE THE 10 NATURAL REMEDIES YOU NEED TO KNOW


There are many effective home remedies for non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. People who have been heavily consuming alcohol for years have risk of liver problems such as alcoholic liver disease. But, even those who don’t consume a lot of alcohol have risk of the liver disease called NAFLD, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.

The severity of the disease often ranges. When there’s inflammation on this organ, it is known as NASH, nonalcoholic steatohepatitis, and this disease stage is serious since it can lead to cirrhosis and even end-stage liver disease.


NAFLD is considered to affect more than 20% of the U.S population, while 2 to 3% of these people will be also affected by NASH. Most sufferers from NAFLD show either few or no symptoms at all. The present symptoms include malaise, pain in the upper right abdomen, fatigue, and weight loss.

Fat deposited in liver causes NAFLD, which is not a problem from alcohol consumption. NAFLD is also caused by high cholesterol, rapid weight loss, diabetes or insulin resistance, malnutrition, viral hepatitis, and some medications like aspirin, corticosteroids, amiodarone, tetracycline, diltiazem, or antiviral drugs.

10 HOME REMEDIES FOR NON-ALCOHOLIC FATTY LIVER DISEASE

So, what are the treatments of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease? The purpose of the treatment of NASH or NAFLD is to eliminate potential risk factors or causes of this disease. The most common methods to treat non-alcoholic fatty liver disease is losing weight, stopping some drug treatments, and controlling diabetes.

Although treatments with drugs are often ineffective, they include metronidazole, glutamine infusion, glucagon, and ursodeoxycholic acid. It has been also proven that homemade remedies can be effective in the treatment of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, and we give you the top 10 in continuation.

1.Exercise

The best natural way to treat non-alcoholic fatty liver disease is to lose weight. In 2012, the Journal of Hepatology has published a systematic review which shows that a valid, low-cost NAFLD therapy is exercise. There were 12 studies in this review which measured progressive resistance training and aerobic exercise to help control NAFLD in adults.

NAFLD patients could have great benefit from at least 40 minutes of moderate to strenuous aerobic exercise, 5 days in a week. Exercise will aid in the balance of the enzyme values as well as in the improvement of their liver quality.


2. Low-glycemic diet

To prevent and treat NAFLD, people should exclude high GI (glycemic-index) foods from their diet. High-glycemic-index foods include brown rice, watermelon, potatoes, and processed foods such as beer, sweetened cereals and chocolate bars. In 2008, the Canadian Journal of Gastroenterology has published a study which showed that 80 percent of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease patients drank enough soft drinks and juices that equaled 12 tsp of sugar. The study also pointed out that NAFLD can be also caused by sugar-laden drinks.

Foods with low glycemic-index of 55 or less is recommended, and they include onions, garlic, eggs, legumes, pears, apples, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, carrots, green leafy vegetables, artichokes and cabbage.

3. Milk thistle

Silybum marianum (Milk thistle) is regarded as the number one herbal remedy to improve the function of liver, and to prevent and treat NAFLD. It contains flavonoids which protect from liver damage, improve the detoxification process, increasing the hepatic glutathione.

A key component for the low function of the liver in patients with NAFLD is glutathione. Further researches have shown that milk thistle is as well beneficial for other liver-related diseases, like cirrhosis, alcoholic hepatitis, chemical toxicity, and viral hepatitis. The recommended daily dose of milk thistle is 900 milligrams twice a day, taken with meals.

4. Dandelion

The root and leaf of dandelion is often used to support proper function of the liver, and it’s an effective cleansing herb for non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. This herb detoxifies and metabolizes build-up fat in the liver.

Food and Chemical Toxicology journal has published a study which discovered that extract from dandelion leaf can aid in the prevention and treatment of NAFLD related to obesity. The leaf extract from this herb dramatically suppresses fat build-up in the liver, and reduces the insulin resistance.

Prepare a tea from dandelion roots by adding a tsp of dried roots to a cup of hot boiling water. Cover, the cup and let it stay for up to 10 minutes. The, just strain the decoction and your tea is ready. Drink 3 cups of this tea a day in a period of 3 weeks.


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