What is Metabolic Syndrome?
In recent times there has been an upsurge on the number of people being diagnosed with Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, doubling in the last 20 year.
- Involved in fighting against infection
- Regulate blood clotting
- Procedures bile, essential for fat digestion
- Produces and eliminates Cholesterol
- Metabolizes fats, protein and carbohydrates
- Stores carbohydrates in the form of glycogen
- Store vitamins and minerals
- Performs over 500 different chemical functions
- Carries out the major detoxification and purification process of our body
|Fatty liver is a manifestation of poor diet and lifestyle. Sufferers of Diabetes, Metabolic Syndrome, heart disease and nutritional deficiency are at greater risk in developing non-fatty liver disease.
Recently studies have shown Gut health and an imbalance of beneficial gut bacteria can also contribute to fatty liver disease.
Should you suffer from non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, have your diet and lifestyle assessed and have prescribed the correct supplement and specific Probiotics.
Diet and Lifestyle:
- Avoid processed foods
- Reduce an excessive intake of sugars and carbohydrates
- Increase the intake of vegetables and fruits
- Ensure adequate healthy protein is consumed
- Manage your weight
- Increase physical activity and exercise regularly
High quality supplements are essential for consistent and favourable results.