Fat FIX Heals Your Liver
We’ve heard the messages LOUD and CLEAR.
After all, mainstream medicine has practically been beating us over the head with them for DECADES.
“Fat KILLS.” “Fat gives you heart disease, diabetes, fatty liver, etc.” “Eat fat, GET fat.”
We get it. FAT IS EVIL.
Well, except it’s not.
In fact, THAT is all a big FAT lie!
Mainstream medicine has been ignoring the evidence for YEARS.
The truth is fat is a HEALTHY part of your diet. And recent research confirmed it yet again.
According to a randomized, controlled trial published in the Annals of Internal Medicine, eating MORE fat IMPROVED two of today’s top health threats.
- non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD)
- excess blood sugar
In the past, liver disease was primarily linked to alcoholism. But the changes in our eating habits (and the demonizing of fat) have caused the condition to skyrocket in folks who don’t drink excessively.
However, it turns out that eating MORE fat can REDUCE fat in your liver.
And that’s not just my interpretation of the data. In fact, the study’s lead author told attendees at the International Liver Congress last year, “If you have fat in the liver, you will benefit from eating fat.”
After performing liver biopsies and measuring HbA1c to determine blood sugar levels, the researchers divided the volunteers into two dietary groups:
- a low-carb, high-fat diet
- a high-carb, low-fat diet
Testing was then performed again six months later.
More folks in the high-fat group saw improvements in their NAFLD activity score (NAS). And fewer high-fat dieters had their condition worsen compared to their low-fat peers.
In fact, only one percent of the high-fat group had a decline in their score, compared to 23 percent in the low-fat group.
But the benefits didn’t end there. The high-fat group also significantly improved their HbA1c, with a reduction of 9.5 compared to just 3.4 in the low-fat group.
Plus, the high-fat group lost more weight than the low-fat folks (5.7 kg vs. 1.8 kg) DESPITE being allowed to eat as much dietary fat as they desired.
The high-fat diet allows you to eat delicious foods like cheese, cream, dairy, nuts, seeds, and olive oil.
Cut down on carbs and eat more high-fat foods for improved liver health, better blood sugar, and a healthier weight.
P.S. Six common nutrients have been proven to help fight fatty liver. CLICK HERE for the details.
“Effect of Calorie-Unrestricted Low-Carbohydrate, High-Fat Diet Versus High-Carbohydrate, Low-Fat Diet on Type 2 Diabetes and Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease: A Randomized Controlled Trial.” Ann Intern Med. 2023 Jan;176(1):10-21. doi: 10.7326/M22-1787. Epub 2022 Dec 13. PMID: 36508737.
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