Fatty liver is one of the nation’s leading hidden causes of heart attack, cancer, and early death. And more often than not it flies below the radar, hiding in plain sight until it’s too late.
The symptoms of fatty liver can be so hard to detect in the beginning that it’s often missed. In fact, you could have it yourself… right now… and not even know it.
After all, close to 100 million Americans have this mysterious disease, and almost none of them realize they do.
But today, I’ve got something that can help reverse this sometimes deadly hidden condition if you DO have it. And all you have to do… is “IGNORE” your doctor’s advice.
Let me explain…
How to wipe out fatty liver for good
New research reveals why so many people have non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). Plus, it shows why the condition almost always gets worse instead of better.
As it turns out, the very first step patients are urged to take when they’re diagnosed is fundamentally flawed. In fact, it’s downright impossible to follow . Which means it’s doomed to fail from the start.
The usual advice? Get more exercise.
Sure it sounds good. A fatty liver is exactly what the name suggests as fat builds up in the liver. That causes your poor liver to scar and lose function, which then sets the stage for diabetes, heart problems, cirrhosis, cancer, and more.
So you’re advised to burn the fat to save the liver. And, of course, the traditional way to burn fat is with exercise.
Except that’s not how it works in reality. Fat accumulation anywhere — including in the liver — isn’t caused by lack of exercise. It’s caused by diet.
But beating fatty liver isn’t just a matter of dropping junk food from your diet, either. Although that’s certainly part of it.
And that, of course, can make it practically impossible to exercise and even difficult to eat right. After all, it’s tough to manage your diet properly when you’re just plain pooped all the time.
It’s a classic case of catch 22.
You need to change diet and exercise habits to reverse fatty liver disease. But fatty liver disease makes it next to impossible to change those habits.
“Ignore” bad advice and do THIS instead
You’ve been blamed for being lazy. And everyone always assumes you just don’t WANT to get up and move more. But, in reality, you’re battling a fatty liver and low iron.
So instead of embarking on a new exercise program that’s guaranteed to fail, ignore the bad advice and start by fixing that deficiency first.
But, as always, there IS one catch. NAFLD can make it difficult to use iron even when you have enough of it. Which is why you can’t just pop a supplement and make it all better.
The new study finds to be a a fatty liver you need to start by eating better, with a diet low in processed foods (and, for my money, one low in carbs). That, even more than exercise, will force your body to burn fat, repair your liver, and allow you to start using iron again all at the same time.
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