Steatosis, or fatty liver, is a condition where triglycerides and other fats collect in liver cells. It is caused from altered fat metabolism from mobilization of fatty acids. Sometimes, as much as 40{0f0fc6bf5bd959fc253a0668ee6b669dcca87a64289522d38fccac0cb86058d7} of the liver’s weight is accounted from these fat cells. A normal liver has only 5{0f0fc6bf5bd959fc253a0668ee6b669dcca87a64289522d38fccac0cb86058d7} fat. A normal liver weighs about 3 lbs., but a severe case of fatty liver may increase its weight as much as 11! That’s nearly 4 times its normal weight!

Mild Steatosis is temporary and asymptomatic. Mild fatty liver is usually reversible by simply changing your diet and alcohol intake. But don’t neglect it. Severe or persistent fatty liver may cause liver dysfunction. It may result in recurrent infection, and in the worst case, sudden death from fat emboli in the lungs.

The most common cause of fatty liver is chronic alcoholism, but there are other non-alcohol-related causes, such as pregnancy or malnutrition or prolonged total parenteral nutrition (TPN). Prescription and non prescriptioned drug use can result in steatosis.

What can you do if you suspect Steatosis, or Fatty Liver? Go to your doctor and describe your symptoms and tell him about your diet and lifestyle, including drug and alcohol uses. Talk to him about possible immunodeficiency syndrome (HIV). In cases of malnutrition caused steatosis, protein deficiency is usually at the root cause.

If you are diagnosed with any kind of liver damage or dysfunction, show your doctor this scientific, clinical double-blind study of sixty people with alcohol-related diseases (damaged livers), 70{0f0fc6bf5bd959fc253a0668ee6b669dcca87a64289522d38fccac0cb86058d7} had normalized their liver enzymes after only 30 days’ using Bio-Directed Liver Formula, composed of artichoke buds and sarsaparilla extract. The case study was done by administering a therapeutic dose of 3 capsules twice a day and ask if it would be safe for you to do.

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