About Fatty Liver, NAFLD, NASH & Cirrhosis

If you want to really understand Fatty Liver Disease, spend some time watching the videos below.  They present a great deal of information, but if knowledge is your goal, this is a great place to start.

Part of dealing with liver disease is to understand it.  In order to help you, we are working with Armando Hasudungan who produces superb short videos to explain complex medical subjects.  We use them throughout the site to help you understand your body and specifically your liver.  The first video gives you a view of the liver overall and the following ones focus on details.

So how does what I eat cause me problems?

OK, but how does Cirrhosis happen?

So what is cirrhosis that is the one that scares me.

I suppose the next question is what are the signs and symptoms and management of liver disease.

Darn, so how bad can it be really?

Causes part 1

Causes part 2

 

If you would like to explore the science behind the diets click on this link.

 

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  • Cherie Moore
    commented 2018-07-26 12:38:16 -0600
    This information is informative, but darn if I totally understand it. It would help, from time to time, if less technical terms were used and more “everyday” words were used. It shows a lot of time, effort and preparation were put into these videos. Fantastic info., but I need to watch several times to get it.
  • Cherie Moore
    commented 2018-07-26 12:34:23 -0600
    I have kept a clean lifestyle, no alcohol, smoking, drugs and have always been a vegetarian. The ONLY thing I took were medications for heart condition and diabetes. If this disease of cirrhosis came to me because of those drugs, why won’t someone tell me and we can go from there? Not one person has mentioned you can inherit this disease. My mother and brother had it. I just want this to make sense!!
  • rohit sharma
    commented 2018-01-10 23:42:09 -0700
  • Carolyn Byrd
    commented 2017-09-05 07:40:03 -0600
    To much information for my brain to process. I just know I’m very sick, and wanted to understand better what to expect next. Thanks for your hard work in presentation.
  • Wayne Eskridge
    published this page in IN-DEPTH 2017-01-14 13:07:38 -0700

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