How to Prevent Fatty Liver development

Fatty Liver can be prevented and avoided. Follow the below tips and it save you from the disease without much effort.

Maintain a Balanced Body Weight

This is the first thing you need to be focused on. Try to keep up a proper body weight with your height and age.

Being overweight or obese is one of the primary non-alcoholic fatty liver causes. It will definitely prevent fatty liver development.

Prevent Fatty Liver

Use our BMI/BMR calculators to check whether you’re overweight or not.

Eat Healthy Food

If you’re used to eat food with high concentration of fat, cholesterol and sugar, and popular carbonated drinks, you could develop a fatty liver. Change your eating habits and start eating healthier. Reading our foods for fatty liver and fruits for fatty liver guides. Eating healthy is the main arsenal you have against fatty liver prevention.

Exercise Regularly

Pick up your favorite physical activity and do it couple of time a week. It can be jogging, walking, swimming, dancing, or anything else that involves physical movement. By doing so you will lower the fat levels in your body, and this will directly improve your chances to prevent fatty liver development.

Periodic Blood Tests

As there are almost no fatty liver symptoms, a blood test is first step towards fatty liver diagnosis. Make sure to take a blood test at least once a year. A very early diagnosis can give you the upper hand and opportunity to attack it while the disease isn’t fully developed.

Limit Alcohol Consumption

Contrarily to a non-alcoholic fatty liver, alcohol is the main reason its developed. So the first thing you want to do is to limit yourself.

Don’t drink too much. If you can’t live without alcohol, try to restrict yourself to 1-2 drinks per day.

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