Fatty liver disease: Have you noticed your eyes are more yellow? Risk found in your eyes

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Fatty liver disease: Have you noticed your eyes are more yellow? Risk found in your eyes

How to reduce your riskThe advice given to people with fatty liver disease has been to exercise, count calories and lose weight, but – as we all kn

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How to reduce your risk

The advice given to people with fatty liver disease has been to exercise, count calories and lose weight, but – as we all know – most people fail, and the fat remains in the same place, said Diet Doctor.

The site added: “That’s why it is an important breakthrough that researchers at the University of Gothenburg have showed that the fat can go away without substantial weight loss.

“The participants in the study simply continued to eat the same number of calories, but swapped carbs for protein.

“Within just two weeks, the liver was significantly thinner than before.”



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