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Fatty liver is an umbrella term for a wide range of liver conditions affecting people who drink little to no alcohol. This affects a large amount of people out there, so I’m going to break down how this occurs and share tips on how to deal with this condition to get yourself back to a better place.
While some physicians believe fatty liver is reversible, many do not think that is the case. But I do believe that you can combat fatty liver by understanding your metabolism and using nutrients to fuel you correctly, so listen in to hear not only what causes this disease, but also what I believe cures it.
What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:
- What “fatty liver” really means.
- What’s causing fatty liver.
- Why the liver is the quarterback of the gut.
- How to detox your liver.
- Foods with enzymes that naturally help you detox.
- Other ways to treat your fatty liver.
- What phenolic compounds are and why they are important.
- Whether fatty liver is reversible.
Ideas Worth Sharing:The liver is vital to so many processes. I call it the quarterback of the gut. - @thedigestiondoc Click To Tweet A fatty liver is going to work on overdrive and produce factors in excess that become toxic to the liver. - @thedigestiondoc Click To Tweet If we’re going to talk about nourishing the liver, we’re going to have to look at how we can detox the liver. - @thedigestiondoc Click To Tweet
Resources In Today’s Episode:
- Dr. Christine Kaczmar: LinkedIn | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | Email | Phone: (586) 685-2222
- Peloton Tread
- SDR 93: Metabolic Syndrome Revisited
- Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease
- How does the liver work?
- Antioxidant and hepatoprotective properties of dried fig
- Synergistic Hepatoprotective and Antioxidant Effect of Artichoke, Fig, Blackberry Herbal Mixture
- Total Phenolics and Total Flavonoids in Selected Indian Medicinal Plants
- Evaluation of antihypertensive potential of Ficus carica fruit.
- Antioxidant activity of the aqueous extracts of spicy food additives
- Dandelion, St. Johns Wort, Melissa (Lemonbalm), Marigold, and Fennel have therpaeutic effects in treating colitis and diarrhea syndrome.
- GUT-Check Protocol
- Smart Digestion Radio on Spotify
- Gut Tube
- Get 2 copies of Gut Check for $30
- Dr. Christine’s Healthy Rebels Private Facebook Group
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