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There are two major types of fatty liver disease — alcohol-induced and nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease is most commonly diagnosed in those who are obese or sedentary and those who eat a highly processed diet. One of the main ways to treat fatty liver disease, regardless of type, is with diet. As the name suggests, fatty liver disease means you have too much fat in your liver. In a healthy body, the liver helps to remove toxins and produces bile, the digestive protein. Fatty liver disease damages the liver and prevents it from working as well as it should. A low-fat, reduced-calorie diet can help you lose weight and reduce the risk of fatty liver disease.
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|You will get free Diet Consultation Plan for the First 7 days. Further, if you are not happy with the services and want to discontinue the plan, you can ask for refund of the amount so paid at the beginning. You will receive your money back in your account in next 12 days of the refund request.|
Note - money will refunded after deducting 2.5% charges deducted by the payment gateways.