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How To Reverse Fatty Liver Naturally – Powerful Tips For Reversing Fatty Liver

By August 11, 2022August 18th, 2022Uncategorized, Healthy Living

If you think fatty liver is nothing to worry about, think again. This little-known condition can lead to a host of health problems if left untreated, including cirrhosis, liver cancer, and even death. But don’t worry – there are plenty of things you can do to reverse fatty liver naturally. In this post, we’ll outline some powerful tips for reversing fatty liver that can help you get your health back on track. So keep reading for all the details.



Have you been told that you have a fatty liver? How about getting any recommendations on how to help your liver? Probably not. 


No quick fix for fatty liver


Conventional medicine today is quick to diagnose a fatty liver but slow to explain why you have one. 


That’s because they don’t know. There is no “pill to fix” a fatty liver. 
The majority of people in this country have at least some degree of pre-fatty liver going on. The liver may be in a condition that’s too early to diagnose, but it’s not too early for it to start harming your health. 

What is the role of the liver and why is it becoming fatty?


The liver is an amazing, powerful, and hardworking organ. Your liver is a very important organ and it does a lot of work for you. It is responsible for over 2000 jobs. When you’re exposed to toxins, your liver works hard to filter them up, capture them, and protect you from them so you are not damaged by these toxins.


Then, the liver neutralizes those toxins and detoxifies them. The liver, along with other organs, will then remove them from your body through various elimination channels.


The problems come when the liver is overwhelmed or bogged down with too many toxins and therefore cannot keep you safe from all of them. 


The combination of environmental toxins, food-based items, medications, excessive alcohol intake, and bacterial and viral loads in the body can all contribute to getting the liver overwhelmed.  


Developing the fatty liver


In plain terms, liver cells die and turn to fat.


Once that happens, liver cells are no longer able to play the role they once had in filtering the blood and sequestering essential nutrients. The death of one liver cell isn’t anything to write home about. But once the fat starts showing up on imaging, it becomes significant. This means thousands of liver cells have now transformed into fat. This then becomes problematic for our health. 


It takes time for this to happen. When your liver becomes fatty, it’s a sign that your health is slowly deteriorating. If you don’t take care of your liver, you could end up with a host of health problems.


The liver has a critical function in keeping us well. So when the liver starts getting fatty and it can no longer properly filter, toxins can no longer get out of the body properly. We will then start to fill up like a trash can and get more inflamed. 


Help the liver 


The liver needs our help to do all of its jobs. The payoff when you help your liver is that you get to stay alive with a better quality of life and you have fewer health challenges down the road.


There are things we can do to help our liver heal itself. We can give it the right foods, herbs, and supplements to help it cleanse and detoxify. Very importantly, you need to know what not to do so you don’t make your liver’s job harder. It’s important to take care of our liver because we cannot live without one.


Getting this information of knowing how to help it is the first step.


To help your liver, avoid very high-fat foods like butter and cream; dairy products such as milk or cheese (unless you are purchasing organic); pork products including bacon but not just cuts of meat. Also, be more mindful about your intake of eggs. It’s best to stay away from them altogether if possible because their fat content can be dangerous for our livers. 


Environmental Exposure: Control and Reduce


You can’t control everything in your environment, but there are many things you can do to reduce your exposure to harmful substances. Be sure to ventilate well when using chemicals such as cleaners, paint, or pesticides. Avoid using products that contain harmful chemicals, such as lead-based paint. If you must use them, take extra precautions to protect yourself. Be sure to dispose of chemicals properly. Don’t pour them down the drain or throw them in the trash.


There are a few things we can control in our homes that may be affecting the air quality. Diesel fuel, car exhaust, and jet plane emissions all have an effect on what enters your home through particulates in these substances or their byproducts such as sooty dust from vehicles with dirty combustion engines 

Change up how often they’re used before they become an alarming concern. 


Healing the liver through foods and supplementation


Pretty much every fruit and vegetable are going to be liver healing. Remember that old saying, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away.”? Well, it’s true. 


The leafy greens, dandelion greens, and spinach all provide health benefits. For example, they are rich in vitamins and minerals. The lemons, limes, and bananas are also rich in vitamins and minerals. The berries are high in antioxidants. Celery is a good source of fiber.


We also have a whole category of healing herbs like lemon balm, which is antiviral and helps relax the liver. Spirulina pulls out toxic heavy metals.


Vitamin C strengthens the liver’s immune system. The liver uses vitamin C in every job that it does. Zinc also plays a role in the liver’s jobs.


You see, the insurance-based medical system has trained us to seek out the quick fix. When it comes to fatty liver, there isn’t one. Knowledge is power and you can take that control over your health by sliding into the driver’s seat and recognizing that you have a lot more control than you’ve been led to believe.


I want you to. I want you to live your one great precious life because the world needs what only you have to share. 


While there is no “quick fix” for reversing fatty liver, implementing some of the tips we’ve outlined should help you start to see results. Remember, it’s important to be patient and take things slowly; healing your liver will require time and dedication. If you have any questions or need help getting started, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We want nothing more than to see you live a long, healthy life – free from fatty liver disease. 


If you’re experiencing signs of fatty liver and would like help getting to the bottom of it, we’d be happy to schedule a discovery call with you. During this call, we can discuss your symptoms in more detail and come up with a plan tailored specifically for you.
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DISCLAIMER:  The information in this email is not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. All content is for general informational purposes only and does not replace a consultation with your own doctor/health professional 

Dr. Andrea Purcell

A trusted and well-respected Naturopathic Doctor, Dr. Purcell has been in private practice for over twenty years. Dr. Purcell is a published author and has a women’s specialty practice for hormone balancing, weight loss, mystery illness, and gastro-intestinal concerns. Dr. Purcell assists her patients by identifying the underlying cause of disease and removing obstacles that impede the body's natural ability to heal. Drugs and surgery are used as a last resort. She believes that increasing health on the inside shines through to the outside.