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15/11/2020 9:21 AM  #1

​"Fatty Liver" The danger is quiet than you realize

Nowadays, people are more prone to disease and illness. The more diseases related to eating behavior The more easily found When examining the health, must สล็อต sit and hope that Will cholesterol be overloaded? Triglycerides will rush or not. Especially the value of blood sugar which results in the risk of various diseases. Which in addition to diabetes There is another equally alarming disease, namely fatty liver, caused by the inability of the body to use all the fat eaten. Until causing an accumulation in the liver

What is fatty liver?
Pitiya Rungpuwaphat, M.D., Gastroenterologist and Gastroenterologist Rama IX Hospital said fatty liver was a silent threat. Because the patient is often unaware that the liver is abnormal. Because most of them do not have any symptoms They are often detected and diagnosed at the annual health check-up. May have symptoms of fatigue along with There is a tightness around the right rib.

Fat risk groups
Fatty liver disease is most often found in patients with underlying diseases such as diabetes, hyperlipidemia. Metabolic syndrome Patients with heavy weight Like eating sweet food Do not exercise

The silent threat of fatty liver
In most cases, the first stage of fatty liver has no symptoms. But if left until the chronic inflammation occurs May lead to cirrhosis And increase the risk of liver cancer In addition, it was found that patients with fatty liver disease found the risk of developing cardiovascular disease than patients without fatty liver disease. This condition is caused by the body being unable to use all the fat we eat. Most of the patients have no symptoms. It may make the patient not aware that he or she is in a condition of fatty liver.

Prevention of fatty liver
Have a health check every year or every six months to help find liver abnormalities faster. Especially fatty liver can be detected in the early stages. It can be detected through a blood test, ultrasound, or a FibroScan probe.

Avoid foods high in saturated fats or foods high in trans fats, such as lean meats, bacon, ham, palm oil, coconut oil, baking, non-dairy creamer.

Avoid fructose sugars, such as sweetened beverages, cookies, candies, fruit juices (preferably whole fruit).

Eat good fats such as olive oil, avocado, nuts, mackerel, salmon, tuna.

Regularly exercise at least 4-5 days a week for 30-45 minutes each time.

If someone is obese, that is, overweight To reduce body weight You can consult your doctor as well as to how much you should weigh.

Cut down on alcohol And refrain from smoking

Get at least 5-6 hours of sleep a day.


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