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How Long Does it Take to Fix a Fatty Liver?

How Long Does it Take to Fix a Fatty Liver?

How Long Does it Take to Fix a Fatty Liver?

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hey guys I want to create a quick video on a question that I recently had how long does it take to fix a fatty liver okay well it really depends on three things number one how chronic it has been how long have you eaten bad foods for your entire life or was this just a recent thing or how long have you been drinking so we have to factor in your past number two how extensive or how bad it is has is it so bad that your entire liver is filled with fat are you developing scar tissue as in cirrhosis do you have a chronic viral thing which is causing hepatitis so those are all things that you have to look at as well and the number three how perfect or how good is your current diet okay are you doing it partially are you sort of doing it on the weekends so these are the things that you’d want to look at the longer it’s been there the longer it takes it could take up to three years but realize that you would have to be consistent doing eating very very healthy every single day for a period of three years now the actual fat in the liver could go away within months okay but that doesn’t mean the liver is a hundred percent there’s other factors there’s the structure of the paddle site which is the the liver cells that actually do the work and that takes time to get those to work a lot better so the type of keto that you need to do is called healthy ketosis I put a link down below for more information about that but hands down that’s going to be the best thing for your liver you don’t want to do the high carb diet for a bad liver you want to do keto low sugar low carb and a lot of vegetables and moderate protein healthy ketosis is not a high protein diet okay so because large amounts of protein could strain the liver you want to do more organic food definitely more cruciferous vegetables for sure fermented vegetables do things to improve your gut your flora your friendly bacteria you’ll definitely want to do in a minute fasting because that’s that’s going to take a lot of stress off the liver and intermittent fasting is vital because it takes the stress off your liver every time you eat you kind of stress the digestive so if we do them it fascinating we give the liver a chance to fully heal and you want to work up to about a 20-hour fast in a 4-hour eating window ideally because that’s going to put you in a state of recycle mode where your cells are going to recycle old damaged proteins okay and you’ll create a lot of healing in the liver it’s called the Toth Ajit choline is a real key nutrient for the liver especially for a fatty liver you it actually is Lippo trophic it helps to strip off the fat from a fatty liver I would also recommend taking the entire vitamin B complex with it in the form of nutritional yeast okay but put the choline in there you can get it in a tablet or a powder and this will greatly speed up the results alright thanks for watching so if you don’t have this book you might want to check it out it’s entitled it’s not lose weight to get healthy it’s get healthy to lose the weight healthy ketosis and in a minute fasting check it out I put a link down below

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In this video, Dr. Berg talks about how long will it take to fix a fatty liver. Fixing a fatty liver really depends on 3 things:

1. How Chronic it has been – How long have you eaten bad foods for? Or how long have you been drinking?
2. How Extensive or How Bad it is? – Is it so bad that your entire liver is filed with fat?
3. How Perfect or How Good is your current diet? – Are you doing it partially?

The longer it has been, the longer it will takes. He also talks about how eating healthy or healthy ketosis must be done consistently every single day to fix the fatty liver and how intermittent fasting can fully heal the liver.

Remedy to Speed up Results:
1. Keto
2. Intermittent Fasting
3. Choline
4. Cruciferous Foods

Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio:
Dr. Berg, 52 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in weight loss through nutritional and natural methods. His private practice is located in Alexandria, Virginia. His clients include senior officials in the U.S. government and the Justice Department, ambassadors, medical doctors, high-level executives of prominent corporations, scientists, engineers, professors, and other clients from all walks of life. He is the author of The New Body Type Guides, published by KB Publishing in January 2017. Dr. Berg trains chiropractors, physicians and allied healthcare practitioners in his methods, and to date he has trained over 2,500 healthcare professionals. He has been a past member of the Endocrinology Society, and has taught students as an adjunct professor at Howard University.


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