Did you know your liver can get fat? In fact, it's a common problem for those who carry a lot of belly fat, drink a lot of soda, and eat a poor diet.
Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease is defined as the accumulation of fat in the liver that is not caused by drinking alcohol. It is considered the most common liver disease in western societies and is closely linked to insulin resistance, which is a common barrier to weight loss.
In this video, you'll learn
*How a fatty liver forms
*How to tell if you have a fatty liver
*What it means to your ability to lose weight
*How to reverse it before it's too late
Since your liver is involved in the metabolism of the foods you eat, you want your liver to be healthy and responsive. I share diet, exercise, and supplement tips for better liver function.
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