Does Liver Fat Lead to the Pathogenesis of Metabolic Syndrome?

He explained Professor Michaúl Roden Hospital Hanuc Austrian capital Vienna, that liver fat is a consequences common to gain weight, pointing out that medical studies have proven that these fats play a pivotal role in the pathogenesis of metabolic syndrome, which produces about weight gain zone abdomen in particular and high cholesterol and blood sugar, and also as a result of high blood pressure.

This syndrome can lead to early atherosclerosis resulting from calcification of blood vessels or heart attacks or strokes.

The Austrian doctor that liver fat can cause severe liver damage himself, falls, including, for example, hepatitis, and may result in an advanced stage of the disease to be nodules on the liver, and may even be in the end to deadly cirrhosis.

For the prevention of liver fats and the resulting consequences, Austrian doctor recommended by a balanced diet, and a lot of practice motor activities to avoid weight gain.


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