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Currently, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is considered to be the most common cause of elevated liver enzymes. Worse, fatty liver is associated with an increased risk of other serious health problems – including Kidney Disease, High Blood Pressure, Type 2 Diabetes, Cirrhosis and Liver Cancer. You will not find a specific treatment regimen for this disease. What your treating doctor can advise you is reversing some of the possible causes, including:
- Weight loss
- Maintaining a healthy diet.
- Lower triglyceride and cholesterol levels through diet or medication.
- Avoid drinking alcohol.
- Control Type 2 Diabetes
However, instead of general advice or prescribe you some cholesterol-lowering drugs with many side effects, The Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease Solution of Julissa Clay takes a practical, simple and all-natural approach to restore good liver health.
What is NAFLD Solution?
In this solution, Julissa described 3 Pillars of Liver Health. These are the basic principles to restore your liver to a completely healthy state…
- Pillar 1 – Protect the liver right now by detoxing it. If we do not detoxify the liver, those stored toxins will accumulate and create serious health problems. An only healthy liver can remove the toxins, and a diseased liver is not possible, so you have to interfere with this from the outside.
- Pillar 2 – Correct diet: preserve liver health for life. In fact, there are many, many foods we can eat to support our liver. There are many options – and all are available at your local supermarket. However, there are certain foods – called activating foods – that are active against our health. These include foods we might think are good for our health, but we should limit or avoid them. Julissa shows us that we can eat a lot of things as long as we avoid something.
- Pillar 3 – Move a little, burn that fat. If you knew the 4 stages from fatty liver to liver failure? The downside of being inactive is moving faster through those stages. Julissa’s action plan is very special. Instead of hours of complex workouts, her exercise plan does simple but really good things. She describes exercises that you can incorporate into what you are doing in life.
And do you know, scientists at the University of California carried out a short 9-days study that applied just one of the approaches contained in this program. The result was reduced blood cholesterol, reduced insulin resistance, and reduced blood pressure – plus a 7% reduction in liver fat. That’s just one of this program’s approaches – and measured over just nine days. So, if put all the program’s different factors together over a month… how good will the results be?