Omega-3 fatty acids found to control non-alcoholic fatty liverdisease
|Omega-3 fatty acids found to control non-alcoholic fatty liverdisease||Darrell Miller||01/16/19|
January 16, 2019 12:13 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Omega-3 fatty acids found to control non-alcoholic fatty liverdisease
There are a lot of liver diseases that are a possibility for people who do not take care of their bodies. If you drink a lot of alcohol, or put other toxins into your body, you will find that your liver does not react very nicely. It is hard to put into words how important your liver is. Therefore, this new finding of Omega-3 acids being able to control certain liver diseases that do not relate to alcohol is very riveting.
- Non-alcoholic liver disease affects nearly 100 million individuals and includes those who never touch alcohol.
- Although no age group is immune, the disease is especially prevalent among individuals between 40 and 50, who carry extra weight.
- A characteristic of non-alcoholic liver disease is that the cells of the liver are abnormally high in their levels of fat.
"The researchers recommended that children with NAFLD be given a minimum of 250 milligrams of DHA each day, while adults should take no less than 3 grams of both EPA and DHA daily."
Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-11-15-omega-3-fatty-acids-control-non-alcoholic-fatty-liver-disease.html