I read your post About the the fish oil Omega 3 it promotes good vascular and heart health and most of all its good for inflamation, are you over weight
for your height? do you drink? A fatty liver is called Steatohe accumulation
Of fat within your liver usuallu causes no liver damage And if you dont drink
And your not obease then there is a potentially more serious type is non
Alcoholic Steatohepatitis its Called ( NASH) its associated with liver damaging inflamation and sometime the formation of fibrous tissue it could even progress to cirrhosis which can produce progressive, Irreversible liver scarring or to
Liver Cancer. Hay do you have Hep. C ?? if you dont have hep c you better
Start to respect your liver. as far as the fish oil hurting your fatty liver, there
is no chance that will ever happend the fish oil are the good fatty acids
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