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Some measures can be particularly useful

Some measures can be particularly useful

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If you have a fatty liver, give the organ a break. This way she can regenerate and regain her health again.

The so-called fatty liver occurs when… University Hospital Zurich More than 50 percent of liver cells are affected by fatty deposits or the fat content of the liver exceeds more than ten percent of the total weight. Its reasons can be found out loud NDR online Mostly in modern lifestyle. Nutrition in particular plays an important role. In order for the organ to regenerate or to prevent fatty liver disease, experts recommend taking breaks from eating and thus giving the liver a rest period.

Fatty liver: Eating periods can help rejuvenate organs

Diet plays an important role in treating fatty liver disease. ©

If you eat a lot of small meals throughout the day, it can overwhelm your liver. Therefore, it is better to allow the system to recover for a longer period between meals by taking breaks between meals to combat fatty liver disease. In order for the liver to rest, you must consider the following points:

  • Eat only three meals a day, and it is best to take a five-hour break between meals. To do this, avoid snacks and snacks.
  • If you suffer from cravings during breaks, do not satisfy your appetite with food, but rather drink a large glass of water. Bitter substances in the form of bitter drops or wormwood tea can also help you overcome cravings.
  • Eat according to the intermittent fasting principle if you want to relieve stress on the liver. With this diet you only eat two meals a day, and then you take a 16-hour break from eating. Alternatively, you can also do a calorie fast (eating just 800 calories per day, on two rest days per week).
  • Eat an oat day once a week. Oatmeal can be eaten only with a slightly flavored side dish in the morning, lunch and evening. In this way you can reverse fatty degeneration of the organ.

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