Reverse Liver Disease?! (Here’s How)
Just yesterday, I told you about the rise in a serious condition called non-alcoholic fatty liver disease… and its link to one of the most ubiquitous poisons in our food: glyphosate.
Today, I want to talk about one of the BEST steps you can take if you’ve been diagnosed with NAFLD.
You see, there is no current treatment for this condition – which means your doctor will probably just send you home with instructions to eat better.
Thanks for nothing, doc!
But I have something better than vague dietary guidelines.
I’ve scoured the literature and found a natural substance that can reduce liver fat and actually reverse fatty liver disease.
And it might be on your spice rack right now!
Curcumin is the main compound responsible for the health benefits of the spice turmeric.
You’re probably already familiar with this natural cure-all.
It’s well-known for its anti-inflammatory properties. And studies prove this powerful compound can also improve brain function, lower your risk of heart disease, prevent cancer, treat Alzheimer’s disease, reduce pain, help combat depression, and on and on.
So even if your liver is in tip-top shape, there are plenty of reasons to make sure curcumin is a staple in your house.
But discovering its liver-protecting effects pushes it over the top.
For this latest study, researchers divided 87 people with NAFLD into two groups. One took 1,100 mg of curcumin per day, while the other took a placebo. After just 8 weeks, taking group taking curcumin experienced:
- Improved liver function.
- Lower body mass index, which is beneficial since obesity is a risk factor for the disease.
- Stopped fat increases in their livers.
- And significantly increased the blood flow in their livers.
If you’ve been diagnosed with NAFLD, you don’t have to just wait around for your liver to slowly deteriorate.
Doing something as simple as taking a curcumin supplement can actually improve your liver function and slow the progression of the disease.
To get your hands on this remarkable cure-all, just go online to a supplement shop or Amazon.com.
(And think about skipping the Cheerios.)