5 steps to overcoming fatty liver

These Are The 5 Simple Steps I Took To Naturally Overcome My Fatty Liver

Things My Doctor Never Told Me…

From: Susan Peters
Author: Reverse Your Fatty Liver

Dear Friend,

My name is Susan Peters, I’m a health advocate and medical researcher from Carson City, Nevada. And even though I am NOT a medical doctor, I figured out how to overcome my fatty liver naturally, without drugs, crazy exercises, or starving myself on the latest fad diet.

Like many people now-a-days, I was diagnosed after showing symptoms and having my blood-work done, along with a series of other expensive tests (CT and HIDA scans).

Believe it or not, fatty liver is a huge health crisis right now, especially in North America, affecting nearly a third of all people over the age of 40.

Even young people are being diagnosed these days. I’ll explain exactly what’s going on, but for now, just understand that there is hope.

Can The Body Really Regenerate Damaged Tissue?

Unlike other organs, your liver is one of the very few body parts that can regenerate itself, even after years of abuse and toxic build-up.

Of course, that’s only possible with the right diet and detox protocol, which you’ll learn about in a minute, along with a number of important tips to help in your fight against fatty liver, NASH, NAFLD, and even AFLD.

If you were diagnosed, or if someone you love was diagnosed, or even if you just have symptoms and want to feel better, this report is for you.

Topics we are going to cover today:

  • Why are fatty liver cases exploding right now?

  • Why do most people fail to overcome their condition?

  • What are the most important things when it comes to treating fatty liver?

  • Can you really overcome it naturally?

Doctors Sound The Alarm On An Exploding Number Of Cases

Just 20 years ago, the number of people with fatty liver disease was fairly low. There were perhaps a few million total cases in the US.

And while that may seem like a lot, you need to understand that today there are over 100 million cases of fatty liver in North America alone, and as many as 2.2 billion cases worldwide!

The numbers have quite literally exploded in the past two decades, and that’s due to several factors…

  1. Increasingly toxic environment: Chemicals, pollution, cleaning products, you name it, your liver is under attack. Even things like sunscreen and scented laundry detergent have become toxins that can harm us.

  2. Unhealthy fats and processed foods: We love junk that’s filled with bad fats, cheap carbs, MSG, and preservatives, all meant only to lower costs, improve shelf-life, and make us addicted.

  3. Poisons in our diet: GMOs, pesticides, herbicides, antibiotics, hormones, and many of the additives in our food are poisoning us from the inside out.

  4. Dehydration: Instead of water, people are encouraged to drink soda pop, sports drinks, sweetened fruit juice, energy drinks, and other beverages filled with sugars, salts, preservatives, and artificial flavorings.

The Life-Threatening Consequences Of Fatty Liver!

After getting diagnosed, many people are told that fatty liver is very common, which is true. Unfortunately, they think because it’s so common, it’s not dangerous.

But the truth is that fatty liver is one of America’s “silent” killers, right up there with heart disease, diabetes, and cancer. The symptoms of this disease are serious. Do any sound familiar?

  • Extra weight on your belly, thighs, or hips

  • High cholesterol

  • Upper right shoulder pain

  • You feel sad or depressed all the time

  • High liver enzymes

  • Body odor and excessive sweating

  • You feel tired and sluggish all the time

  • Brain fog and trouble focusing your attention

  • Vision is blurry or sensitive to light

  • Muscles are constantly sore

  • Diarrhea or irregular bowel movements

  • Insulin resistance or pre-diabetes

  • Eyes or skin seem to have a yellowish tinge

If You Have Two Or More Of These Symptoms, There’s A Good Chance You Have Fatty Liver

That means all the toxins and dangerous compounds meant to be filtered start spilling out onto your bloodstream, polluting your organs, digestive tract, colon, and eventually, your skin, which creates acne, sores, bruising, liver spots, and other unsightly problems.

And from there, it only goes downhill. You start losing your hair, getting wrinkles, cracked nails, and overall, you start looking old.

Liver issues can easily add a decade or more to your “effective” age and kill off your energy, making it hard to work, play, or even spend time with friends and family.

Even worse though, is what happens on the inside. Contaminated blood pollutes your heart, kidneys, and brain, causing a diabetic response, high cholesterol, liver and kidney damage, not to mention headaches and horrible memory issues.

Of course, these complications get much worse over time, which is why you want to take action immediately after you know there’s a problem. If you are reading this report, you either know or suspect you have a fatty liver and believe it’s creating problems.

Now it’s time to do something about it.

But What Can You Do?

Unfortunately, 9 out of 10 people with fatty liver will NOT take the necessary step to get better. And the main reason is that almost nobody, including many doctors, really understands how to treat this disease

The “official” story is that there’s no cure for fatty liver, which means you probably won’t get much help (or sympathy) from your doctor.

1. When it comes to fatty liver, diabetes, heart problems, and weight issues, many doctors blame the patient, saying they have no self-control or they don’t exercise enough. The fact is though, most doctors refuse to admit how toxic our world has become, or which natural remedies actually work.

2. Misdiagnosis is common. The symptoms and physical ailments caused by fatty liver are so widespread and can appear so unrelated that your doctor may try to treat your SYMPTOMS just to move you through the system (and out of their office). This could even make you much worse because any drug they prescribe is just one more toxin your already struggling liver has to deal with.

3. The information you receive is often generic and useless. That’s what happened to me… My doctor kind of shrugged his shoulders after diagnosing me and handed me a photocopied pamphlet with generic info that wasn’t even specific to my condition. There was certainly nothing about how I got it or how to get rid of it.

Five Steps To A Healthy Liver

If you suffer from any of those above symptoms, you may have a compromised liver. I recommend five things you should immediately start doing.

This protocol is what I did myself, and it achieves two primary goals, it stops the poisoning, and it starts the healing…

  1. Take an alcohol break: You don’t have to quit forever, but you do need to lay off for a month or two at the very minimum. The reason is that alcohol inhibits the performance of the part of your liver that’s still functional. If you drink with a compromised liver, you could end up in the emergency room.

  2. Reduce sugar consumption: Sugar, soda, baked goods, and processed junk food are bad news. Become obsessive about reading food labels, and watch your life transform as you become happier, healthier, and more energetic.

  3. Clean up your environment: It’s amazing how many toxins are in our everyday life, without us even thinking about it. Pesticides, solvents, harsh cleaners, chemicals, and anything else that can contaminate your liver should be avoided, or at the least, you need to use proper safety gear.

  4. Eat wholesome, nutritious food: I recommend a plan like the Mediterranean Diet or any food program that’s high in fiber and low in sugar. If you do eat carbs, make sure they are from fruits, vegetables, and whole healthy grains, and NOT from processed or junk foods or sugary snacks.

  5. Detox with the right supplements: Consider taking a quality liver supplement that contains the right compounds for cleansing, detoxing, healing, and rebuilding, specifically Milk Thistle, Dandelion, and Choline.

How Bad Does It Have To Get Before You Do Finally Something?

Fatty liver is a complex, dangerous, and chronic disease. This is not something to brush aside or “deal with later.” This affects nearly every part of your body and mind, and you need to take it seriously.

As unbelievable as it seems, some people will read this entire report and do nothing, hoping the problem goes away on its own. The good news is that there is hope, and with just a little effort, you can reclaim the health you deserve.

Susan Peters is the Author of Reverse Your Fatty Liver, a complete diet and detox program that has been shown to help overcome fatty liver, NAFLD, and NASH. Her book is available on Amazon.

Scientific References

What Does the Liver Do?

Skin manifestations of liver diseases

Free Radical Scavenging and Antioxidant Activities of Silymarin Components

Milk thistle and liver regeneration

When the liver gets fatty

The Liver and Cholesterol: What You Should Know

Dandelion And Liver Health

Information on Detoxification

Liver immunology and its role in inflammation and homeostasis

Turmeric and Liver Health

Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease

Effect of silymarin on biochemical indicators in patients with liver disease

What You Should Know Before Taking Liver Supplements