How to Reverse a Fatty Liver



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Dr. Berg discourages people from drinking alchol or smoking. In this video, he explains about fatty liver symptoms and fatty liver treatment. Liver is a big size organ, next to the heart and performs so many different functions. A lifestyle of a person plays an important role in the liver functioning and failure. There are several stages of liver damage that occur – inflammation, fat deposits, scar tissue. The liver is the only organs in the body that can regenerate itself but it generally takes a long time. Foods that harm the liver include alcohol. Foods that can heal the liver are bitter vegetables.

The liver has 500 functions and if dysfunction can become inflamed, develop scar tissue and eventually cirrhosis. The best foods for the liver are the Cruciferous Vegetables (kale, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, collar greens and broccoli. However, many other vegetables are also excellent: radish, garlic, turmeric, asparagus and beet.

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23 thoughts on “How to Reverse a Fatty Liver

  1. I’m type 2 diabetic and I have a cyst in my liver and fatty liver. I am trying to cut the carbs from my diet but I get so light headed when I do. It feels weird on my stomach and I feel pain on my right side where my liver is. What can do for the lightheaded feeling – when I take metformin while not eating carbs I feel really sick. My sugar goes way down. I don’t know what to do.i did talk to my doctor but he gets mad when I say that I skipped a metformin.

  2. I'm massively cutting back on alcohol consumption because of high triglycerides.
    I already feel heck of a lot better.
    I aim to go alcohol free soon.
    This makes perfect sense to me.

  3. People are too stupid to drink alcohol. They only want to stop when the damage has been done.
    Makes me laugh that booze is legal to be fair . Ruins lives , kills people , half the.prisons are full of piss heads that have got there due to alcohol . Don't do it please . Not worth your life

  4. Well I will say this one thing it never mentions 🤔🤔which is a great tool for killing cancer and repairing the bodies organs ☝️bitter apricots kernels 🙏banned in America banned in the UK ..It’s got to be the bitter r Colonel what’s in the seed of an apricots it’s B-17 also known as lateral FTA Government they say it’s got cyanide and it will kill you poison you..Fucking bollocks

  5. If that green drink is so great, why don't you just take big gulps of it and drink it down? You can't tell that you are even taking a SIP of it, let alone drinking it! Yeh, if it's that great tasting, go ahead and slug it all the way down – don't take "baby sips" so no one can even tell you're drinking it.!

  6. OM double G, I'm like a walking case study. Whenever I drink I get all the symptoms you mentioned and I know when I drink a lot because the itchiness in my hands and feet gets really intense. 3 months ago I made some life changes and switched to a more keto or low carb diet so I started adding coconut oil and butter into my food… my body just craved it, as well as turmeric, garlic, ginger, pepper, cayenne, star anise and nutmeg, mustard lots of mustard as well as super bitter food oh and apple cider vinegar. People say its gross but I think it makes everything taste great. My food has become super weird and I seem to have tunnel vision when I see broccolini…oh and deep fried food makes me ..angry then really sad? especially chicken. ( something I never realized until 1 month ago …but ..looking back over the years it's kind of obvious)

    I mean I know this stuff is good for you but until this video I had no idea why I was ravanish for these things, I still am! I still want to drink..and I did two weeks ago for my birthday ( a lot) ….but after watching this…maybe I'll just not for another 3 months.

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