Fatty liver - diet
Fatty liver is a disease involving accumulation of fat droplets within the liver cells (ie hepatocytes). It's a disease, and encourages her overweight, hypertension, lipid disorders, obesity, and type 2 diabetes.
Who suffer from fatty liver
These are mainly women, who have completed 50 years of age and enter menopause. During this period expires because ovarian hormonal activity and metabolism slows down.
Women in this period also become less active.
Anything above mentioned conducive to obesity and consequent fatty liver.
Fatty liver is also the problem of men after thirty years of age, especially those leading positions affects lifestyle and avoiding sports.
How do you help with fatty liver?
Note! In this condition there is no effective cure for the time being, a good therapeutic results give only an increase of physical activity, proper diet and losing weight.
Diet for fatty liver patients should be limited carbohydrates, fats and sweets, which are best to replace fruit.
Note! It is very important exercise. For example you can go for a walk, but at least two, and preferably three times a week. You can also choose swimming, cycling, and if there are any opportunities to hiking.
How do I lose weight?
Suffering from fatty liver should first lose weight.
If you arranged your diet, it's a very good idea to do so according to the glycemic index. It is determined for the product, resulting in a high rise in blood sugar, or carbohydrates.
The glycemic index food products are classified according to their effects on blood glucose levels 2-3 hours after ingestion.
Note! The higher the GI value of the product, the higher will be the level of glucose in the blood after eating the product, and thus it will be more conducive to weight gain. This is one of the factors that increases the risk of type 2 diabetes
More beneficial effect on the letter is a gradual increase in glucose. Occurs less secretion of insulin (a hormone produced by the pancreas).
Note! The same product can have different glycemic index, and it depends on how or even if it is subjected to heat treatment.
For example, carrots and pasta.
IG soft and gooey pasta is 55, and the whole meal (cooked al dente) has only 40
Long-cooked carrot is IG 55 and only 30 raw
Any product that has so far been eaten, it can be replaced with another with a lower glycemic index.
For example, potatoes to IG 70 - may be replaced by a dark IG 35th Rice