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Is fatty liver dangerous? How to loose fat on liver? any home remedies or diet?

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Dr. Ed Friedlander
Pathology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Lifestyle helps

Dr. Baker has given you good advice.
You need to avoid more than a very little bit of alcohol if any at all. I trust that Wilson's disease and hepatitis C have been ruled out and that you are otherwise healthy. This is largely genetic but you can modify your risk by diet as recommended, and staying trim and physically fit. Ask your physician about meds -- a few simple vitamin-like Rx's exist.

In brief: Lifestyle helps

Dr. Baker has given you good advice.
You need to avoid more than a very little bit of alcohol if any at all. I trust that Wilson's disease and hepatitis C have been ruled out and that you are otherwise healthy. This is largely genetic but you can modify your risk by diet as recommended, and staying trim and physically fit. Ask your physician about meds -- a few simple vitamin-like Rx's exist.
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Dr. Randy Baker
Holistic Medicine
2 doctors agree

In brief: Yes, Low carb diet

Can be dangerous.
Fatty liver disease is caused by excess simple carbs, esp. high fructose corn syrup, other sugars and grains, as well as trans fats in fried foods. Avoid sugars/starches; emphasize veggies and quality proteins. Weight loss, exercise, fish or flax oil, Vit D3 and natural E with mixed tocopherols help. See http://tinyurl.com/z27lbpj, Dr. Fuhrman's diet: http://tinyurl.com/ktampgg

In brief: Yes, Low carb diet

Can be dangerous.
Fatty liver disease is caused by excess simple carbs, esp. high fructose corn syrup, other sugars and grains, as well as trans fats in fried foods. Avoid sugars/starches; emphasize veggies and quality proteins. Weight loss, exercise, fish or flax oil, Vit D3 and natural E with mixed tocopherols help. See http://tinyurl.com/z27lbpj, Dr. Fuhrman's diet: http://tinyurl.com/ktampgg
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