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Fatty liver disease (NAFLD) affects more than 25 of the % population.


Fatty liver - symptoms, causes and natural support strategies

Blocked liver and bile flow

The liver is a vital organ in your body that performs many important functions, including converting food into energy, detoxifying, making proteins and producing bile. 

Unfortunately, when the liver is overloaded, some of the healthy tissue can be replaced by fat, reducing its function. Most people mistakenly think that a fatty liver is just the result of excessive alcohol consumption.

The question of whether it is possible to completely cure fatty liver disease arises frequently. There are currently no drugs approved to prevent, treat or cure the challenge of fatty liver disease. Fortunately, there is a wide range of natural strategies that can help maintain liver health.

One of the most important strategies is a diet that reduces inflammation, especially one with a low glycaemic index. It is also beneficial to include nutrients and herbs that support liver health at all levels.

Why is a healthy liver so important?

The liver is the largest internal organ in the body and is crucial for many vital functions. Among its main functions are: detoxification, protein synthesis, blood sugar regulation and bile production.

What is fatty liver disease?

Normally, we humans have small amounts of fat in our livers, but excess fat can cause fatty liver disease. There are two main forms of this disease:

  • Alcoholic fatty liver disease (alcoholic steatohepatitis):
    This form occurs as a result of excessive alcohol consumption, with fat accumulating in the liver cells. Chronic alcohol consumption further damages the liver by depleting sulphur compounds, vitamins and minerals.

  • Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD):
    It is the most common liver disease and occurs when fat accumulates in the liver without excessive alcohol consumption. NAFLD is defined as the presence of fat in more than 5 % liver cells.

Symptoms of fatty liver disease

In the initial form of fatty liver, symptoms are not always present or are mild, including fatigue and pain in the right upper abdomen. However, progression to NASH (non-alcoholic steatohepatitis) or cirrhosis can lead to more severe symptoms such as: swelling of the abdomen, jaundice and many other problems.

Risk factors for NAFLD (non-alcoholic steatohepatitis)

Many factors contribute to the development of NAFLD, including: excess weight, type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, high blood fats and metabolic syndrome. A diet high in sugar also plays an important role in the development of the disease.

Natural strategies to support liver health

It is important to understand that a blocked liver is a serious medical condition. If you have been diagnosed with NAFLD or other liver problems, you should consult your doctor.

Although there is no cure for fatty liver disease, as we have mentioned, there are several natural strategies to support liver health. From food, hydration, detoxification, time-restricted feeding to stress management. Among the many natural approaches to support liver health is the support of properly selected nutritional supplements.

We recognise that sometimes diet and these supportive approaches alone are not enough, so we developed Cell Renew to address these market needs. 

Cell Renew is a product containing active ingredients that can protect liver cells and support the liver in all three phases of detoxification.

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