Will Eating Fat Make My Liver Fat?

Will Eating Fat Make My Liver Fat?

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alright guys so today we’re gonna answer the question will eating fat make my liver of fat okay I did have a question from someone that wanted to know about this they were concerned about this I’m eating this ketogenic diet it’s so high in fat isn’t that gonna cause a fatty liver okay well let’s just talk about the number one cause of a fatty liver would be alcohol okay that’s number one number two would be fructose high fructose corn syrup all right and number three would be high carb diets but let’s go to the research and see what that says okay well I was only able to find one study okay on this topic there’s actually not a lot of data out there on this there’s actually no studies that I could find other than this one so let’s just go ahead and cover it and this is titled the influence of dietary fat on liver fat accumulation okay I’ll put a link down below so you can check it out it’s a little confusing so I’m gonna try to kind of go through it since we identified that protein and cholesterol consumption were associated with elevated risk whereas consumption of carbohydrates was associated with a decreased risk of hospitalization or death related to cirrhosis or liver cancer so they didn’t really mention a fatty liver they kind of stuck in the cirrhosis and liver cancer so I don’t really know if they’re talking about a fatty liver or cirrhosis or cancer but they did say that they identified protein in cholesterol consumption okay so we’ll keep moving up says the strong association between cholesterol intake and cirrhosis or liver cancer I don’t know why they are not saying a fatty liver is potentially our studies most important finding now in rabbits and in mice a high cholesterol diet has been shown to induce a fatty liver inflammation and fibrosis all right they did bring that up a high cholesterol diet will cause a fatty liver inflammation and fibrosis in rabbits and mice okay alright so I need to bring up what these mice and rabbits ate okay that’s very very important the high cholesterol high-fat diet really was a high cholesterol and fat / – sucrose it was high in malta dextrose and it was high in dextrose itself which is a synthetic sugar okay so anytime you mix sugar with fat you’re gonna create a fatty liver so it wasn’t just a purely fat diet with low carb so the problem is no there’s no standard definition of what a high fat diet is in these studies that is a big problem and then as far as the rabbit I couldn’t get the exact formula but what I did find is they put the rabbit on peanut oil corn oil coconut oil sucrose and corn starch okay so we know that which again it’s like who’s gonna consume that and if they did they would probably get a lot of liver problems okay we are not aware of any other human studies linking cholesterol intake to human liver disease Wow this is the only one I guess our finding that dietary cholesterol but not serum cholesterol was associated with cirrhosis or liver cancer could have profound implications if confirmed by other studies okay now I just want to bring up one point they’re talking about dietary cholesterol not serum cholesterol so in other words they found that people with high cholesterol in the blood did not create these problems it was not associated with these problems it was only the increase in intake but we all we already know what they’re in taking the mice Chow the rabbit food was actually a high carb diet okay for example it could suggest that drugs blocking intestinal cholesterol absorption could have a more beneficial effect to the liver than drugs blocking hepatic cholesterol synthesis like I don’t know why they’re bringing up the drug thing now and they’re kind of hinting that hey you know we can use drugs to fix this problem let’s move on check this out and says we are not aware of any studies investigating the effects of carbohydrate intake on the progression of liver disease in humans well there sure is a heck of a lot of studies out there and I will put the links down below showing that a high carb diet will affect the liver and actually even cause a fatty liver but it goes on to say this contrary to our findings in the recent study has found that patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease consumed two to three times more fructose than the controls which may be linked to the development of the fatty liver etc etc etc but it goes on to say our data did not allow us to determine the specific fructose intake so basically they said they’re not aware of any studies but then they actually they said there are studies but they didn’t evaluate fructose okay whatever alright we did not find any association between dietary intake of saturated fatty acids or the mono saturated fatty acids oleic acid and cirrhosis or liver cancer so that’s totally confusing because I thought they said they did find it but I guess what they’re differentiating is they found high cholesterol diets might be apparently different than high saturated fatty diets this is really confusing because on one part of it talks about a high cholesterol diet and this says a diet high in saturated fat so there must be maybe two different diets that are using I have a no idea so this is a very confusing study and I really don’t put a lot of credibility in the study but to really imply that consuming high amounts of fat are gonna cause a fatty liver are misleading simply because the ketogenic diet is a low carb diet and this is the most important thing you need to know if you consume higher fats yet keep your carbs low you are going to be protected against getting if I deliver okay but if you actually add the carbs in here that is going to cause the problem because as you increase insulin from the carbohydrates okay what you’re gonna do is you’re gonna force fat to go into the fat cell to the point where it’s saturated and it’s filled up there’s no more space there but then it’s gonna spill off into the Orient’s and around the organs as well and that’s called visceral fat and then with that you start developing a fatty liver so when you overwhelm the body with too much carbohydrate that carbohydrate that it’s not burned up needs to get stored and if there’s no more spaces it will go in the liver and that’s really what’s behind a fatty liver and the reason I’m saying that is because when you put a person on a healthy keto plan you improve a fatty liver okay why because you lower the carbs you force the body to use its own store of fat so just think about what’s happening when you do ketosis you’re mobilizing fat and 40% of the fat is turning into ketones okay so it’s the process of burning fat so I mean if you had a failure liver wouldn’t you want to burn up the fat and use this stored fat as energy whether you consume more fat or less fat is really dependent on this carbohydrate amount all right guys thanks for watching so if you want more knowledge on how to create a healthy body subscribe now and get daily notifications daily 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In this video, Dr. Berg answers the question from someone who wanted to know if eating fat could cause fatty liver.
Causes of Fatty Liver:
1. Alcohol
2. Fructose
3. High Carbohydrate Diets
There are studies that implying that consuming higher amounts of fat are going to cause a fatty liver are misleading simply because the ketogenic diet is a low-carb diet. If you consume higher fats yet keep your carbs low, it is not going to cause a fatty liver. But if you consume high carbs that is going to cause the problem because as you increase insulin from the carbohydrates, it is going to force fat to go into the fat cell to the point where it is saturated and it gets filled up where there’s no more space there which then causes to spill off into the organs and around the organs as well, it is called visceral fat which also starts developing a fatty liver.
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