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You may be surprised to know that even if NAFLD is a known disease, there is currently no medical “cure” for it. But this is yet to be the best part of this guide and I’m sure you’ll never going to regret reading on.
Medications may have been prescribed to control symptoms, or to treat underlying conditions that affects NAFLD (e.g. Diabetes, high cholesterol and triglycerides, insulin resistance).
I did mention from the beginning that you are on the right track in finding this guide, right? You definitely still are! And do you remember Andrea? She was originally admitted because of her diabetes and hypertension. She was eager to start treatment on NAFLD immediately. But because there is no definite cure for it, instead, I taught her something which helped her through that moment of crisis, of which I’m pretty sure, would help you too.
I’m talking about reversing liver damage at an early stage, or laying/preventing
progression, and even protecting other family members from damaging their livers. The good thing about it is, it’s something very doable, inexpensive, and will provide you opportunities in working with your family members to optimize its effectiveness at the same time live a full, normal and quality life with them.
Let’s cut the chase. What I would really want to share with you is a research-based dieting program designed to “hit the causes of fatty liver disease” and help stop the progression of steatosis to NASH, which in some cases, reverse the disease – and it’s all just going to be about the food that you eat.
The National Liver Foundation states that healthy diet and regular exercise makes a
person with NAFLD live normal and active lives – and that is exactly what we believe in.
Let’s take a peek into the principles that the liver diet considers, to help you foresee how it will affect your life in the long run.
Regulation and a healthful, balanced diet: The dietary requirements differ from one NAFLD patient to another. Factors involving underlying conditions (e.g. Diabetes) are taken into consideration when creating a diet plan. The plan is customized to suite your need as patient, as they should not only be focused on your FLD, but also on your pre-existing conditions and your regular daily health need.
Know your food: Foods are not just merely the stuff that we eat, but what makes it essential are the vitamins and minerals found in them. It is but helpful to know which of these food contents are necessary to improve your condition, what food groups to eat, and what not to. A diet program incorporates the nutritional value in the right kind of food and determines the sufficient amount that must be taken in.
The element of Choice: Eating is a necessity, however, when eating becomes pleasurable it just makes everything better. Part of the design is a selection of wonderful recipes that will keep you and your liver happy. It’s not just about meal plans, isn’t it?
Within your means: “Reasonably priced” if you like that term better.
Well basically it is, I don’t think it will even hurt your budget. The foods included in your diet program are the very things that you can find in your nearest supermarket, and if you have the space, you can grow some of them in your backyard.
An avenue to work with your loved ones. Well this principle targets lots of areas. Your family members are, if not the only, the first few people who understand that you are capable of living your life normally. Thus, they can help you in various ways which includes creating meal plans and may even start eating the same food that you eat.
As I’ve mentioned earlier, the program is not only concerned about dieting, but as well as complementing it with exercise which is another aspect that you and your family can work together making treatment as fun and enjoyable as it could get, rather than a burden.
Who would’ve thought that a simple diet program could give patients like you hope – a chance to continue life as it is and even better. We can never tell when a disease would hit us, and I know you’ve never chosen to have such disease. But right now you have a choice! Starting this liver diet program is definitely going to be the BEST choice you ‘ll ever make.
After what seems to be infinity of digging into medical journals and books, of days and night spent collecting and analyzing factual data, I wrote “The Fatty Liver Diet Guide” inspired by you and my insatiable passion to find answers for you.
Whatever the cause of your liver disease is, I can help you – and I mean I can help you NOW! Join thousands of patients who found value and saw great results and positive improvements in their Liver Disease through this liver dieting method.
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NAFLD can cause the liver to swell (steatohepatitis). Overtime, a swollen liver may cause the liver tissues to scar (cirrhosis) which could predispose the patient to having liver cancer and liver failure.
A more severe form of NAFLD is called onalcoholicsteatohepatitis (NASH), one of the leading causes of cirrhosis (up to 25% of adults) in the United States.NASH tends to develop in people who are obese, or diagnosed to have diabetes, high cholesterol or high triglycerides. However, some people have NASH even if they do not have any risk factors.
Most people with NASH are between 40 and 60 years old. NASH is more common in women than in men. NASH often has no symptoms and people can have NASH for years before symptoms occur.
Of patients with NASH, 15% to 25% progress to cirrhosis and its complications over 10 to 20 years.
I’ve took care of a lot of patients on their early stage of fatty liver disease and often they would ask, “How can I be so sick, when I don’t even feel sick at all?”
It is but normal that symptoms don’t show, thus other patients might have been walking with the disease and seeks medical attention only when the following symptoms for cirrhosis are observed as the disease advances:
• Loss of appetite
• Weight loss
• Abdominal pain
• Yellowish discoloration of the skin and eyes (jaundice)
• Fluid build-up on the legs and abdomen (ascites)
Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease, What is it really?
Extra fat building up in liver cells which isn’t caused by alcohol use is called Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). Steatosis (fatty liver) happens when more than 5% to 10% of your liver’s total weight is made up by fat. A normal liver however isn’t fat-free, it is normal for it to contain some fat, but as for most things, anything in excess is bad.
NAFLD tends to develop in people who are overweight or obese, or have diabetes, high cholesterol or high triglycerides. Rapid weight loss and poor eating habits also may lead to NAFLD.
NAFLD typically shows up as an unexpected abnormality in liver function tests in people who otherwise feel well. The elevation of these tests generally is minor and in younger patients, does not indicate a serious liver condition. However, if the cause of NAFLD, such as obesity or diabetes, is not treated, the condition may progress.
This guide is written by a practiced nurse providing assistance to patience with hepatic disease and closely works with doctors specializing in this area. It is not meant to replace medical advice from attending physicians, nor does it attempt to confirm a diagnosis for suspecting patients.
It is the goal of the author to provide factual information regarding the disease, and bring to light the pros and cons of the different alternative treatment methods that are gaining popularity among fatty liver patients.
Although the contents within are accumulated from credible sources and from people with medical authority, the author still recommends fatty liver patients to consult with their doctors before considering any diet regimen and alternative medical treatment, whether mentioned in this guide or not.
This disclaimer is written in hopes of avoiding accusations of false information and giving unauthorized medical advice to fatty liver patients.
I was in Andrea’s room checking her blood pressure when her doctor came in with the test results. She turned her gazed at me and stared blankly, she wasn’t mad, or at least I couldn’t see that – she’s been diagnosed with Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD).
As a nurse I’ve seen scenarios like that a couple of times and have kept myself well-equipped with knowledge through studies and research - but I would never forget that encounter. I was determined to help Andrea and all the other Andrea’s that came after that, and I’m sincerely glad you found this guide.
Overwhelmed by a diagnosis you never thought you’d ever have – your doctor just told you that you have Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD). Now you find yourself reading through this book, and I would want you to know that you are definitely on the right track.
You’ve found your gateway to repossess that hope of living a good life that you thought you’ve lost when you heard you had NAFLD.
Let us go through understanding your diagnosis briefly.
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