BERLIN (Reuters) – Unhealthy lifestyle opens the way of liver fat, Nikolai Furm's German nutrition says that unhealthy lifestyles are rich in calories, carbohydrates, and lack of movement.
Furm can cause hepatitis only to gain weight over high blood pressure, but it is not obese.
For example, he said that liver fat causes the risk of type 2 diabetes and liver cirrhosis. Therefore, liver function tests should be performed to detect and work regularly during liver infections.
Although it does not work to treat fatty liver, lifestyle changes, that is, reducing sugar, fructose, white flour and carbohydrates, especially in low-fiber diets. Kinetic activity.
It is also important to extend the time between meals. At least 4 to 5 hours should be taken to reduce the sugar in the blood, in the highest eating habits in the liver. (APD)