A Fatty Liver Is Not Your Friend

The common liver condition known as NAFLD is now considered a risk factor for serious, even fatal, heart disease.


An estimated one-fourth of the world’s population has a condition called nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), which is characterized by excess fat stored in the liver. NAFLD isn’t painful, and most people are unaware they have it until irreversible liver damage occurs.

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