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Most people with NAFLD won't develop any serious problems, but if you're diagnosed with the condition it's a good idea to take steps to stop it getting any worse.
There's currently no specific medication for NAFLD, but making healthy lifestyle choices can help.
originally posted by: reject
a reply to: gortex
My diet isn't high in cholesterol either.
I have been getting acidic.
I don't know if it's related.
I know when I am unhappy, I get acidic stomach.
Years ago, when doctors learned of my chronic fatty liver, they said I might develop diabetes.
I think it's my genetic predisposition.
I used to have a sweet tooth but I don't think it was too much.
I think my body is just doing this on its own.
My father is diabetic but last time I checked I wasn't...yet.
I have low testosterone.
Long ago, high cortisol.
A few years ago, high phosphorus.
And that lupibile is expensive for me; and, from what I gather, not a sure treatment.
I think our bodies are meant to self destruct to feed the bacteria that will decompose us.
We get higher cholesterol to provide them with more calories.
Ideally, I'd like to be totally cremated though.
That's like giving the dirty finger to nature and the circle of life.