Unhealthy lifestyle paves the way for fatty liver, says German nutritionist Nikolai Furm, adding that unhealthy lifestyles are rich in calories, carbohydrates and lack of movement.
Furm added that hepatitis can be concluded by observing only the increase in bodyweight in the abdomen, although one is not obese.
For example, he said, fatty liver increases the risk of type 2 diabetes as well as liver cirrhosis, so it is necessary to regularly perform liver function tests to detect and work on fat liver infection.
Although there are no drugs for the treatment of fatty liver, it can be counteracted by lifestyle modification, ie reduction of sugar, including fructose, white flour and low carbohydrate products, especially low-fiber, while exercise and kinetic activity.
It is also important to increase the length of time between meals, which should be at least 4 to 5 hours, to reduce the blood sugar level, which is very high after eating in patients with a fat liver. (DPA)