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Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease Help in Dallas

As one of the most chronic forms of liver disease, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) means there’s a buildup of fat in your liver. This condition affects close to 90 million people, including, yes, children. This disease isn’t due to alcohol consumption but primarily as a result of people’s unhealthy diets.

The Harmful Effects of SAD

foot tapping scaleThe standard American diet (SAD), which is high in sugars, starches, and flours, particularly sodas and processed foods, promotes NAFLD. Our bodies can’t tolerate the excessive sugar levels resulting from such diets, leading to metabolic dysfunction and inflammation which negatively impacts the liver.

When this occurs, the liver can’t detoxify the body, and other systems will be impaired, leading to diseases like diabetes, high blood pressure, and even cognitive decline.

Detecting NAFLD

One of the ways we can spot NAFLD early is through a complete metabolic panel blood test that measures liver enzymes and function. High levels indicate it’s time to show some love to your liver. Gut microbiome testing, ultrasounds, and other diagnostic tests can also provide insights into your liver health.

The Role of Nutrition and Supplements

The good news is that NAFLD can be reversed relatively quickly with the right interventions, including diet and supplements. Gabrielle recommends making dietary changes that limit sugars and starches, cutting out processed foods and sodas, and adding cruciferous vegetables like broccoli, cauliflower, and cabbage to your diet to improve the condition significantly.

Many beneficial supplements, like turmeric, dandelion root, milk thistle, and n-acetyl cysteine (NAC), a precursor to glutathione, can also help heal the liver. For locals, glutathione pushes and IVs are available at our office.

For others, Gabrielle may recommend liposomal glutathione that can be taken sublingually and ordered from her online dispensary. Understanding NAFLD and taking steps to reverse it is crucial in today’s toxic environment. The impact of a nutritious diet and the right supplements on NAFLD is significant.

Book an Appointment

If you or a loved one is struggling with NAFLD or related concerns, book a consultation with Gabrielle today, and let’s start the journey toward a healthier liver and a healthier you.



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