Fatty Liver Disease Symptoms

Symptoms of Fatty Liver Disease

In the beginning there simply are no symptoms of fatty liver disease. Because the liver stores a certain amount of fat you will be unaware that your liver is having to store to much. The more sedentary your lifestyle and the constant consumption of the wrong types of food, the more fat the liver has to store.

It may take several years before you start having symptoms and in a large number of cases it will be a visit to the doctor for fatigue, a general feeling of being unwell or a vague discomfort in the upper right of the abdomen, that  will expose the possibility of having fatty liver disease.

Basic Symptoms of Fatty Liver Disease

These are some of the symptoms associated with fatty liver disease:

  • Weight Gain – especially Belly Fat
  • Fatigue
  • Dull abdominal pain
  • Flatulence
  • Bloating
  • Blood Sugar Imbalances
  • Cramping
  • General feeling of ill health
  • High Cholesterol
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Loss of Appetite
  • Constipation
  • Jaundice
  • Nausea
  • Fever
  • Vomiting

The problem is that a large number of these symptoms are also symptoms of a number of other general conditions. Doctors are all to quick to pick up the prescription pad than investigate natural remedies such as food, nutrition and herbal medicine, which have been around for thousands of years.

The Chinese are strong believers of nutrition and herbal remedies which is why hardly any Chinese people have fatty liver disease.

Now you know some of the symptoms of fatty liver disease lets take a look at  why you may have fatty liver disease.

Genetics – If a family member has this disease then there is a strong likelihood of you getting it.

Lack of Activity –  This is self explanatory.

Faulty Nutrition. –  All to often what we eat plays a very important part in what we may contract in later life.

There are a few symptoms of fatty liver that  are associated with certain conditions:

Obesity – 70% of people with Fatty liver are up to 40% overweight.

Diabetes – 75% of people with Fatty liver have diabetes mellitus.

Hyperlipidemia – Up to 80% of people have high triglyceride and/or cholesterol levels.

Insulin Resistance – Refers to a state in which the body does not respond adequately to insulin.

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