Non-alcoholic Fatty liver Disease (NAFLD)
Majid Ali, M.D.
This Article Is a Part of Dr. A. Liver Course.
Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is a common form of greasy liver state.
NAFLD – to Liver Scarring – to Liver Cirrhosis
1. In the United States, the form of PNPLA3 that is linked to a high risk of developing NAFLD
2. Most common in Hispanic people, the ethnic group.
3. The gene PNPLA3 encodes an enzyme that affects lipid metabolism in hepatocytes,
4. NAFLD occurs most often in people who are obese (those with a body mass index of 30 or greater) and have metabolic syndrome — risk factors that contribute to cardiovascular disease and diabetes.
5. NAFLD: Inflammatory phase
6. NAFLD with fibrosis can develop without passing through the inflammatory stage of NASH
7. Up to 30% of people with fat droplets in their liver cells develop non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH), in which the liver becomes inflamed.
8. About 20% of people with NASH develop scarring (fibrosis) of the liver, which is known as cirrhosis.
9. occurrence of the severe forms of the disease might also shift earlier.”
10. NAFLD progression occurs more often with visceral (abdominal mid-region) fat deposits.
11. Gut microbiota implicated in NAFLD
12. NAFLD is reversible. This is a testament to the extraordinary regenerative powers of the liver.
Top Seven for Liver Detox
Majid Ali, M.D.
My Top Seven Suggestions for liver detox are:
1. Love Without Notions of control
2. Restoring oxygen signaling
4. Insulin Optimization
5. Dr. Ali’s Breakfast (with lecithin and flaxseed)
6. Castor oil rubs
7. Seed-Feed-Weed Bowel detox with gentle daily seed-feed-weed approach (important links included below)
Psylium husks, magnesium, potassium, taurine, cascara or senna (if necessary), digestive enzymes (if symptoms of GERD coexist).
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