Prevention act for fatty liver
Fatty liver is on the rise and it is quickly becoming one of the most worrying disease in developed countries, a condition that most Americans have never heard of and now experts say as many as one in three of us may be at risk. Fatty liver disease is a gradual killer which often shows no symptoms until it develops into a much server problem like: cirrhosis - a condition that could lead to liver cancer or death.
Douglas Denham is medical director at Clinical Trials of Texas, Inc. “You may be getting, you know, a little increased girth, things like that," Denham said. "But you’re not going to have liver pain. Those kinds of symptoms are the kinds of things that don’t show up until cirrhosis, the end stage of this kind of thing.”
When the fat accumulates in the liver cell, that causes damage to the structure cell and how it functions, and at the moment, there are no approved drugs for fatty liver. It is not hard to understand why it is so worrying.
Prevention or Cure?
Fatty liver does not happen in days, it is a lifestyle diseases which develop over a long period of time, therefore, prevent of fatty liver is totally possible and it is more important that we are aware of this possibility and to prevent it from happening, then to focus only in the develop of a cure. YHK therapy is a natural liver protection which is designed to enhance liver function, and research data suggest that it could be the perfect solution to the prevention of fatty liver.
Clinical data shows that YHK can enhance liver function to process fat, reduce fat contact in the liver cells, and also prevent inflammation and fibrosis in the liver cells.
Paul Marotta, is the lead researcher of YHK in fatty liver and NASH (inflammation in the liver which caused by fatty liver).
One of his clinical study found YHK to be effective at reducing ALT values in patients with NASH by normalising all patients’ ALT level after using YHK. During the study, it shows that YHK is well tolerated with no severe adverse events, demonstrating its safety and tolerability at the prescribed dose.
- * All research and clinical data should be used as reference purposes only, results may vary.