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Curb The Fatty: Eating Nuts And Greens Can Reduce The Fatty Liver Disease Caused By Obesity
Curb The Fatty: Eating Nuts And Greens Can Reduce The Fatty Liver Disease Caused By Obesity

Eating a handful of nuts, sunflower oils, and some greens can help reduce fatty liver disease.

Scientists believe that eating the foods rich in vitamin E can reduce symptoms of fatty liver disease which is brought on by obesity.

Dr Danny Manor, an associate professor at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine in Ohio, U.S., said: ‘The implications of our findings could have a direct impact on the lives of millions of people who are at potential risk for developing obesity-related liver disease in their lifetimes.’ Reports DailyMail.

Dr Manor and his team studied a group of mice that were in the advanced stage of non-alcoholic steatohepatitis.

Known as NASH for short, this is a common complication of obesity characterised by fat accumulation and inflammation in the liver.

It is most common in people who are obese, have type 2 diabetes, have high blood pressure or high cholesterol.

It is the most severe form of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and is a major cause of tissue scarring, known as cirrhosis, which leads to liver failure and may progress to liver cancer.

Vitamin E had been shown by recent studies to alleviate some symptoms of NASH in human patients, suggesting that there is a link between vitamin E levels and liver disease.









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