Chiropractor Minneapolis St. Paul – Diabetes and Fatty Liver Disease
- Published on Saturday, 22 December 2018 19:58
- Dr. William T. Norlin, D.C.
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Do you know what is the most common cause of liver disease? Alcohol used to be, but No Longer! Sugars and foods that cause your blood sugar to rise too quickly are the villains. One of the worst culprits is fruit juice itself which thanks to powerful advertising, people still believe is healthy. It’s not! Watch this video now to find out exactly what non-alcoholic fatty liver disease is and how to avoid it.
Fatty Liver Disease and Diabetes
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The most common cause of liver disease used to be alcohol, but now sugar consumption has proven to be the new villain.
Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) occurs when excess fat is stored in your liver.
Research now indicates that a fatty liver may also contribute to pre-diabetes and type 2 diabetes.
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The liver plays an important role in regulating the body’s blood sugar.
A buildup of fat in the liver prevents this vital organ from accepting the sugar thus causing blood sugar levels to rise higher and higher.
How do you know if you have a fatty liver?
People who store fat primarily in the belly are more prone to storing fat in their liver.
If you have a big belly and small hips, you are likely to be at a high risk for a fatty liver and diabetes.
Happily, there are ways to get the fat out of your liver including:
Exercise: Contracting muscles draw tremendous amounts of sugar from the bloodstream with the greatest effects during exercise and for up to 1 hour after.
Diet: Avoid foods that cause a high rise in blood sugar, especially sugar-added foods and sweetened drinks, including fruit juices.
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