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what is lifestyle change for naldf?

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Dr. Allen Seely
General Practice 31 years experience
'fatty liver'=NAFLD: Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (n.A.F.L.D.) can be treated. The cause of 'fatty liver' is usually being overweight ( 'pre-diabetic'/diabetic) so weight loss is key. Exercise (30 min/day) will also help burn calories/carbs. Eat a healthy diet that's rich in fruits and vegetables.Reduce the amount of saturated fat in your diet and instead select healthy unsaturated fats: in fish, olive oil, nuts.

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What factors directed the change of thinking from modern biomedical health care to alternative therapies?

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Wellness: There are numerous books and lectures concerning this complex topic. The evolution has been driven mainly by individuals seeking the truth about the human condition.
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Is there anything I should do if I have minor cell changes?

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What are changes in microvascular ischemic?

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I know I can't change my boyfriend but how do I get him to be more romantic?

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Talk: Be open and honest with your boyfriend about your feelings, your thoughts, your fears, your expectations, and ask questions about his expectations. You might be assuming things or expecting him to read your mind. Honesty and communication is a critical part of making a relationship last.

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