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Case studies: Fatty liver, Elevated ALT and Fatigue

Case studies: Fatty liver, Elevated ALT and Fatigue
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Fatty liver (NAFLD) is becoming increasingly common in our sociality. This silent liver disease can causes chronic injury to liver cells and damaging liver function, it could also leads to fibrosis, cirrhosis and even liver cancer.

 

Tom, who is a business man in his mid 40s, his busy work life and poor diet has lead him to fatty liver. It started when he felt fatigue with lack of energy for a period of time, which he first thought is due to the lack of sleep. But with no signs of improvement, he went for a body check. Tom was found to have fatty liver with early stage of fibrosis with ALT level at 91. 

 

Fatty liver is often hard to spots until advance stages due to the lack of clear symptoms. In Tom’s case, it is lucky for him to have found the problem before the liver develops cirrhosis. His doctor has recommend him to adjust his diet and exercise, as there is no medication for fatty liver or fibrosis. After 6 months of trying with no noticeable improvement, he starting using our liver therapy.

 

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Tom:

“I have just finished my third order. It took 3 weeks to normalize my liver function, ALT lower to 3, prior to that they had been getting worse. The tiredness has gone completely, I feel more awake and energetic especially in the afternoon. Liver scan also shows improve on the fibrosis.

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The danger of fatty liver is that it causes inflammation and damages liver cells. What YHK can do is helps to protect and enhance liver function in a number of ways, research found that YHK can:

 

  1. Reduce fat generation and increase lipid metabolism.1
  2. Reduce the accumulation of fat in the liver.2
  3. Reduce blood lipid elevation through its antioxidant mechanism.3
  4. Stop inflammation in the liver and anti- fibrosis.

 

After using YHK, Tom’s liver will be able to function better and damage to the liver cells will reduce and lowering his ALT level. Symptoms will naturally decrease with the improve liver function, therefore recovering his energy level.

 

Disclaimer:
  • * All research and clinical data should be used as reference purposes only, results may vary.
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