The process of developing fatty infiltration of the liver is very slow and sometimes can go unnoticed for years. Usually by the time it gets diagnosed, it is already a serious issue and it takes ages to fix it. That happens because the symptoms of the fatty liver disease are easily misdiagnosed – sometimes because the patients themselves don’t think they are important enough to be worth a doctor’s visit and other times because the doctors focus too much on the symptoms and less on what is causing them.
What’s causing the fatty infiltration of the liver?
There are many causes that collaborate to creating a fatty liver. Sometimes they all contribute, other times it’s just some that can be identified. One reason on its own rarely leads to everything, but there are some that can be identified as main causes, without which the development of fatty liver rarely ever happens.
Studies have shown that in most of the fatty liver cases, there are four chemical triggers that are present in the bodies. These chemical triggers are therefore identified as one of the main causes for the fatty infiltration of the liver. Unfortunately, despite recent studies showing these to be one of the main issues behind the fatty liver, they are also one of the main factors that are being ignored when applying a treatment for the condition and when trying to reverse it. That happens mainly because this chemical trigger issue is not publicized enough and is not considered reliable by most mainstream doctors – despite having thousands of research pages to back it up.
Despite being probably its main factor, the chemical triggers issue is not the only thing that causes the fatty infiltration of the liver and the presence of other disturbing factors can rush the process. And in order to identify them, let’s try to go back and see what fatty liver really is.
Fatty liver is basically a liver that deposits fat in its tissues because it stops filtering it right – as it should. The tendency to not filter fat properly is mainly caused by the chemical triggers, but obviously there would be no issue if there would be no fat to deposit. This is why, one’s diet is another important element when developing fatty liver. Fat foods and eating lots of sugar are only some of the elements that could lead to fatty infiltration of the liver. Another disruptive factor that could lead to such issues would be heavy alcohol consumption. Alcohol is a substance that tires the liver and slows its functions down.
Does cutting down alcohol and fats help reversing fatty infiltration of the liver?
Well, it certainly helps. A strict diet that ensures that only a small quantity (obviously no quantity would be even better) of fat and toxins reaches the liver will always give it the reprieve it needs to heal itself. Any form of home treatment will obviously help if supported by eating food that does not hurt the liver.
But, beware. Reversing fatty infiltration of the liver will not work unless you make sure to identify the exact causes that have led to its development. Without getting rid of the main cause of the illness, it will keep coming back to you, as other fatty liver sufferers have discovered over the years. Consult a doctor to guide you through the healing process – you will need as much strength as you can get and it will be much more helpful to have a reliable hand to guide you through the process.
How long does the healing process take?
Do not despair if the treatment does not work instantly. Repairing your liver takes time and it will not work immediately. There are cases where fatty infiltration of the liver heals in years, not even months. The good news is that, as long as you don’t lose hope and you stay on track with your treatment, the illness will eventually heal. The even better news is that scientists and doctors are staying on top of the issue so that they can develop better solutions to fixing an issue that, for a long time, has presented itself as unfixable.
Nowadays, solutions that manage to reduce the timeline showed up. The latest one, Dr. Ezra’s protocol for fatty liver cure has achieved the extraordinary performance of cutting down the length of the treatment to an incredible two months.
Where can I find out more about healing fatty liver?
The most important advantage you will have when reversing an illness such as fatty liver, will be the information you work with. So where does that information comes from?
- Your doctor – this source of information has the great advantage of being a specialized person, someone who has studied the subject of fatty infiltration of the liver and has the possibility of making an opinion based on scientific facts. Probably the most reliable source of information, the doctor however can occasionally be reluctant to recommend the newest methods available and will probably be oriented towards the known (but sometimes not the easiest) way out.
- Other former and current sufferers of fatty liver disease: they will probably be the best source of information on how the condition will feel like for you and how certain treatments will affect you personally and physically. No-one can understand you better than someone who has actually been through this.
- The Internet is an amazing source of information – one that is more and more relevant and more important. On the Internet you get in touch with information from other sides of the planet, you will be able to find out what treatments are used in any area.
Last but not least, books that before could only be obtained at a very high price can now be downloaded in an affordable manner – giving you access to the newest research and information on the topic of fatty infiltration of the liver.