We know that fatty liver is, today, an extremely common pathology in Western society, mainly due to the lifestyle that we tend to lead at the moment.
It is a cardiovascular disease known in the health field as hepatic statuses, and it tends to be a generally benign pathology characterized by the accumulation of fat in the liver.
After the moment of diagnosis, and although it is true that there is no specific treatment to eliminate fat in the liver, the patient is instructed to go on a diet and lose weight, change their eating habits and try to improve their diet by eating healthy.
In this sense, there are basic tips to keep in mind that allow you to know how to eliminate fat in the liver. Here we explain how.
How to remove fat in the liver?
- First of all, you must know if your weight exceeds that recommended by the WHO based on your height and your physical complexion. In this aspect, you should watch if you exceed your recommended BMI (free BMI calculator). Excess weight (overweight and obesity) should be avoided.
- Avoid drinking alcohol, even if it’s just a few drinks. Alcohol leads to a greater fatty accumulation in the liver, and damages it more and more.
- Foods rich in fat or sweets and industrial pastries should be eliminated from the daily diet.
- The ideal is to maintain a balanced diet, modifying the eating habits that we maintained until now. It is preferable to follow a diet rich in fruits and vegetables.
- Drink plenty of water, preferably at least 2 liters of water a day, as it helps the body purify itself from within.
- Practice physical exercise, if possible every day. This helps burn excess fat and helps the metabolism of fat by our body to be complete.
- It is equally advisable to opt for some remedies that phototherapy can offer us. In this sense, taking capsules of artichoke, milk thistle and dandelion for at least 3 months can be of great help, by helping in the process of digestion and metabolization of fats, while milk thistle protects the liver and favors the regeneration of liver cells.
Remember to cleanse the liver at least once a year, to clean and regenerate it.