Alright so I will try to make this quick and get straight to the point. I'm 5'9 and weight around 160-167 lbs. About 6 months ago I was diagnosed with Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease. I am not an unhealthy eater, I would choose an apple or carrot over any kind of junk food any day. My doctor told me there was no treatment for this but other than that I was given almost no information. So, I was wondering as to if there were any kinds of exercises I could do, or food that I should/ should not be eating. Oh yea the Doctor I went to told me my liver was 19.2 cm
I think I remember reading about this and it being helped with a low glycemic diet and exercise. Do you have a toned body or not so much so? Many people run low on digestive enzymes and other nutrients. Most of us have one or several genetic glitches. Start typing in your diagnosis and add nutritional deficiencies to the search.
For instance," non alcoholic fatty liver disease and vitamin b6 deficiency " or "NAFLD and gluten intolerance". You'll be amazed at how many studies there are out there on each disease. See what happens! Good luck!
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