‘Fatty Liver’ or Hepatic Steatosis happens when too much Fat builds up in the Liver
Though alcohol is considered a common culprit, 38% of Indians have non-alcoholic fatty liver disease ~ The Indian Express
A Key Reason for developing Fatty Liver Diseases is hidden in our Lifestyles
Diets rich in fast foods, low in nutritious natural foods, and inactive lifestyles have contributed vastly to the emergence of 'fatty liver disease'. Overuse of common OTC medicines can also contribute to liver damage.
Your Health Care Experts:
By Nature Cure Practitioner & Educator
- Certified Whole Foods, Plant-Based Nutrition
- Expert In Reversing Diseases Naturally
By Holistic Nutritionist
- Clinical Nutritionist
- Masters in Nutrition & Dietetics
This workshop will help you understand the causes, symptoms and the Natural Diet-Based Solutions to Heal Liver, and reverse the effects of ‘Fatty Liver’
This Workshop is for You, If You:
Are diagnosed with fatty liver
Have been on medications for fatty liver or related conditions
Have diabetes, obesity, insulin resistance, PCOD, High BP and are on high risk for developing fatty liver disease due to other health conditions
After following the diet and lifestyle changes taught in the program, you can expect to have:
Reduce liver fat count
Lose stubborn weight (due to fatty liver)
Improve sleep quality
Boost overall health
What Will You Learn?
Know all about liver and how it works?
How does fatty liver develops?
How to renew your liver health?
Liver rejuvenating diet, lifestyle and natural therapies
Program Schedule: 2 Zoom Sessions Recording
Program Session Day 1
Liver: A Factory within us
Functions of the liver
Capacity to regenerate
Bile and its role
Various Fatty Liver Conditions
Why is it increasing?
Non-alcoholic fatty liver?
Gut and Liver Connection
Filtration through portal vein
Adjustments of various parameters
Program Session Day 2
Regenerate LIVER with a Natural Diet
Stubborn Weight & Liver
Do’s and Don’ts for a Healthy Liver
Role of sugar and alcohol
Liver cleanses - truth or danger?