Alcohol is one cause of fatty liver, I'd stay away from drinking if you have already been diagnosed with it at such a young age.
Are you overweight? There is no known treatment or cure for fatty liver other than a radical change in eating habits and following a very healthy diet and getting regular exercise. Drinking and eating processed foods, saturated fats and refined sugars all make it worse.
Fatty liver can lead to fibrosis and to cirrhosis so it is very important that you change your lifestyle habits that are contributing to fatty liver increasing. You need to take it seriously, fatty liver is nothing to ignore.
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