13 Oct Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease
Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD) is very common in today’s society. It affects 14-30% of the general populous where in 5% develops cirrhosis over 7 years. 1.7% of which lead to death. So what causes NAFLD? People have this misconception that too much drinking of alcoholic beverages is the leading cause of having a fatty liver. This is only a small cause of a bigger spectrum of causes of a fatty liver. NAFLD is derived as the liver’s inability to break down fat that the body intakes.
People who are in the BMI category of obese and Overweight, people who have diabetes and surprisingly, people who go on drastic diets that entails poor eating habits are the prime candidates to have NAFLD. NAFLD is measured by blood tests which shows higher levels of SGOT and SGPT. It is inevitable to cure this disease as every one of us will go through this as we age. Its part of life, our body deteriorates, doesn’t mean you can’t do anything to slow this process and take preventive measures to maintain the temple which is your body.
So how do we deal with NAFLD? What are the preventive measures we can take part of? First off, we must be always aware. Aware of our daily intake of food. We should maintain a healthy regular weight and always eat a healthy diet. Keep an active lifestyle and exercise regularly. Limit the intake of alcohol (Alcohol attacks the liver directly). When you are sick, take only the dose that is prescribed by the doctors.
Did you know that probiotics aid in the liver in the prevalence of NAFLD? It helps the liver fight off bad enzymes and pathogens from daily food intake and preserve the liver. Probiotics also contains hepatoprotectants, which help strengthen human organs against harmful pathogens and bad bacteria. Studies and Meta analyses have shown the rejuvenation of the liver after the intake of probiotics. (Tests have shown efficacy in a span and a minimum of 3 weeks of using probiotics)
Bioflora contains certain strains (Multiple 7 strain with prebiotics) of probiotics to help keep your liver strong blocking the growth of these pathogens and colonizing the growth of good bacteria inside you. Prevent the further deterioration of your liver. Start the road to a healthier you! Start living clean from within today!