Liver problems and steatosis

Non-alcoholic liver steatosis: to improve liver metabolism in order to counteract hepatic fatty degeneration

Steatosis is a cellular pathology associated with intracellular triglyceride overload. It can affect several organs such as heart and kidneys but especially the liver which is involved in the inactivation of toxic substances in the body and whose circulation is mainly venous.


Types of steatosis

With reference to liver steatosis, however, it is necessary to distinguish clearly between:

- Alcoholic liver steatosis, caused by excessive intake of alcohol

- Non-alcoholic liver steatosis, also known as fatty liver syndrome, closely associated with metabolic syndrome and caused by an accumulation of fat in the liver.

 

Non-alcoholic liver steatosis presents some symptoms but they are not present in all subjects, among the most common being abdominal pain in the right upper quadrant section.

It affects mainly people who already suffer from metabolic syndrome, obesity, diabetes but also more simply hypertension.

 

If you are already exposed to one of these disorders, it is important to avoid the onset of "fatty liver", keep a healthy and regular diet, avoid alcohol as much as possible (or better eliminate it) and do physical activity. You can also take care of your body, so that it benefits both body and mind according to a holistic concept, taking natural supplements to purify it and regulate the metabolism..

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