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The liver is one of the most important organs due to its role in digesting fats, removing waste products from the body, and destroying disease, all of which can be negatively affected by our diets and modern-day lifestyles
Generally, fatty liver disease does not show any noticeable signs and symptoms. Without treatment, there is the risk of developing liver cancer.
Fatty Liver can occur from heavy alcohol consumption (Alcoholic fatty liver disease), or consuming too many sweets, fatty foods, or carbohydrates (Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease).
Eat high fat food and the lack of physical activity, have led to fatty liver.
Though it receives little media attention, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is a serious and growing health threat, especially to those who wrongly assume that drinking little or no alcohol offers protection against harmful liver disorders.