Everything that we eat and drink in one way or another affects our gastrointestinal tract and, of course, the liver. Improper diet, alcohol abuse and excess weight lead to the fact that the body simply can not fully perform its functions, therefore, various diseases develop. Many of these pathological processes are irreversible, such as cirrhosis of the liver.
In most cases, if the disease is diagnosed at an early stage and then treatment is started, extremely negative health effects can be avoided. Regardless of which tactics of treatment is chosen, the diet will be present necessarily. And if earlier only fats, cholesterol and heavy carbohydrates were excluded from the diet, now sugar has been added to the list. Scientists believe that if you do not exclude this product from the patient’s diet, there will be little benefit from treatment.
Studies have shown that even when the patient was on a diet without cholesterol and fat, but still consumed sugar, even if in a small amount, the liver was very difficult to recover.
In addition, American scientists who conducted the study, reminded that only one diet can not do: be sure to include in your daily routine moderate exercise. In this case, the treatment will be more effective. These same activities can be safely used as a preventive. And remember that preventing any disease is much easier than treating it.