Small amounts of fat can’t cause any complications, but if fat makes 5-10% of the liver weight, then you absolutely have a fatty liver. This is a common consequence of alcoholism, but it isn’t always associated with alcohol.
The symptoms of fatty liver
Fatty liver is a “silent disease” because its symptoms are almost unnoticeable, especially in its early stages. It takes several years, and even decades before the disease develops to the next phase. When it is developed, it shows atypical signs such as nausea, weakness, loss of appetite, confusion, or concentration problems.
In alcoholics, the symptoms are worse, because of the increased intake of alcohol. People who do not consume alcohol can recover from fatty liver or prevent it.
Scientists have not found a cure for fatty liver yet. However, regulation and treatment of primary disruption in liver dysfunction, such as diabetes, is crucial.
Alcoholics should stop drinking alcohol after being diagnosed with fatty liver. Those who struggle with this disease need to change certain eating habits to improve their condition.
Obese people should lose some weight, reduce fat and improve liver function. Regular physical activity and good nutrition can help improve your condition.
Reduce calorie intake and intake of processed food with carbohydrates, such as white bread, potatoes, pasta, sugar and meat.
Reduce fat intake, particularly saturated fats such as margarine, butter, cream. Eat steamed cooked meals, barbecue food or cook meals in water with a little olive oil.
Avoid taking medications, if possible. Eat all natural food, and avoid supplements, because sometimes even regular vitamin or mineral supplements can cause health complications.
Make a nice cup of tea to relieve your condition and reduce fat.
Tea dandelion to treat fatty liver
2 tablespoons chopped dandelion roots
200 ml water
Pour 2 dl of water over two tablespoons of chopped dandelion roots. Cover with a lid and leave it for 20 minutes. Strain and drink.
Drink dandelion tea every morning and evening.
Make this tea for the treatment of liver cirrhosis
20 grams of yarrow
20 grams of garlic
20 grams of nettle
20 grams of marigold
20 grams of hops
20 grams of corn silk
250 ml water
Mix the spices together. Take a spoonful of the tea mixture and cover with 250ml water. Leave it for a few minutes. Strain and drink. Do not sweeten this tea.