BERLIN (Reuters) – An unhealthy lifestyle opens the way to fatty liver, said German nutritionist Nikolai Furms, adding that unhealthy lifestyles are rich in calories, carbohydrates, and lack of exercise.
Furms added that hepatitis can be inferred by observing only abdominal weight gain, although one is not obese.
For example, he said that fatty liver increases the risk of type 2 diabetes as well as liver cirrhosis, so liver function tests should be regularly checked to detect and work with fatty liver infection.
Although there is no medicine for the treatment of fatty liver, it can be prevented by changing the way of life, ie by reducing sugar, including fructose, white flour products and low carbohydrates, especially low-fiber diets while taking And kinetic activities.
It is also important to increase the time between meals by at least 4 to 5 hours to reduce blood sugar, which is very high after a meal in patients with oily liver. (AFP)