In order to lower liver fat quickly it is vital to lower the number of carbohydrates you consume, according to recent American research.
This new discovery could be vital in the treatment of several diseases, such as, insulin resistance, diabetes, and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease .
Researchers put eighteen participants with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease on a low-carb diet, that is, less than 20 grams a day or a low-calorie diet for a fortnight.
For the last seven days, they could have diets of their choice, including the number of carbohydrates of their choice.
The study found that two weeks after participants had started their low carb diets they had lost the most liver fat.
The low-calorie dieters had lost an average of ten pounds.
Liver Fat Lowered by Low Fat Diet
Mon, 18 Apr 2011
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