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I also have a fatty liver. I have a fairly normal diet, with lots of fresh fruit & veg and drink about 2 litres of water a day. My alcohol intake is almost non existent and I am a non smoker. I am 157cm. and weigh 116kg (which has been quite rapid) – I have a moderate exercise regime. My Dr. tells me that I am high end stage of the disease. Since being treated for Breast Cancer in 2001, I now have a non functional thyroid gland, for which I am on medication and also on Cholesterol medication as well. Except for the weight gain I am keeping well. I am 55 yrs of age. My question is would I benefit from following the fatty liver diet/liver cleansing program? What other foods should I add/delete from my diet?.
Hey, i’m not a physician or a researcher but i think i know something about exercise and weight loss. First, getting outside and away from the refrigerator is a plus. There are fewer opportunities to commit the crime. Second, somehow the sweating and heavy breathing etc. lessens the appetite. After an hour-plus try at running, walking or bike riding, the last thing I want is a juicy Big Mac. or a Big Gulp of cola. Water does the trick. Third, and probably most important, the time away allows the brain to clear the fog of doubt. There’s a feeling of control. There’s adventure out there. Still, I could lose 15 pounds. I have to cut this short and get outside.