The Epidemic

The Epidemic of Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease

If an individual is obese it is most likely that they suffer from non-alcoholic fatty liver disease or NAFLD.  There was a time when this condition was quite rare. Now it appears that more than half of Americans have it and more than a third of American children suffer from it.  The condition is generally a function of a diet rich in refined carbohydrates and the concomitant gut problems such as dysbiosis and bacterial overgrowth that feed off the sugar.  Together the inflammation and damage to the liver’s detoxification efforts create a significant amount of damage to a person’s health. Continue reading