NAFLD (non-alcoholic fatty liver disease) is also known as MAFLD (metabolic associated fatty liver disease).
NAFLD/MAFLD affects around 30% of all Australians. Risk factors and associated health conditions include: obesity, insulin resistance, type II Diabetes , high blood lipids (cholesterol and triglycerides) and increasing age.
Lifestyle factors are crucial to managing MAFLD.
For you, this most likely requires adjustments to dietary factors and eating patterns to enable weight loss.
NAFLD/MAFLD often requires that you pay attention to the particular types of carbohydrate in the diet.
The good news is that fatty liver is reversible. Talk to Sue about what changes you can make to help yourself to improve your health outlook.
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