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Fatty Liver Fix 54m
Even for those with , avoiding alcohol may help.
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DT Next 6h
Liver disease is regularly associated with excessive alcohol use, but knowledge of Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease () is relatively less known.
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Behavioral Finance 4h
Genfit sells its Chinese right for $228 MILLION. what does it mean for players?
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Nick Krontiris Jun 21
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Pushpa Vijayaraghavan Jun 23
Addressing critical unmet needs in liver diseases &
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Luca Valenti 4h
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Nick Krontiris 23h
Effect of reducing dietary advanced glycation end products on obesity associated complications: a systematic review
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NatureRevGastroHep Jun 23
is associated with hepatic & peripheral insulin resistance, resulting in an insufficient suppression of hepatic gluconeogenesis, decreased glycogen synthesis & increased lipid accumulation, find out more in this REVIEW on &
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NatureRevGastroHep Jun 22
NEW COMMENT arguing that now is the time tor re-examine the definition of - the vast majority of those with NAFLD do not develop clinically significant liver disease & the most frequent individual cause of death in those with NAFLD is
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Todays Practitioner Jun 20
NASH and NFLD have been declared a silent epidemic. We have two studies that explore its dramatic rise and how exercise is one solution. ,
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Laur Annie Jun 23
I made dairy free ice cream today and then I ate some and it’s the most decadent thing I’ve eaten since my endoscopy and I can’t wait to try out more flavors.
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Ketogenic Info 7h
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Mark Rice Jun 21
With an epidemic unnoticed by many doctors, urgent to realize the need to expedite Phase trials W/compounds like GR-MD-02 (belapectin) from See Nature article W/prevalence of
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Aleksey Novikov Jun 23
Weight loss is probably THE best therapy for and as little as 5-10% TBWL will have an effect! This probably is the best argument for endobariatric therapy I can think of
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Ashwin Dhanda Jun 20
Inspiring talk from Prof Sattar. Did my first QRISK3 score on a patient in liver clinic today! Must look beyond the liver to treat the whole patient and their lifestyle
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Christine Trimpe Jun 23
All my is all over here talking about eating liver. I can’t. I just can’t. BUT...I used to have ...now I don’t!💁🏻‍♀️ That’s my contribution to the liver conversation and 😆🤣😂
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Sugar🇨🇦 Jun 18
replacement of saturated fat with mostly refined carbohydrates and sugars is not associated with lower rates of CVD and did not reduce CVD in clinical trials is the place to look & IR produces abnormal metabolic state that causes
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André D. Harrell Jun 23
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DMM Journal 22h
Exercise can modulate the gut and restore lipid metabolism in a model of diet-induced early and :
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мυяᗩ𝔩𝕚 Jun 19
Dr Lai is a confused crap! treating eating fruits but avoiding fructose ..avoid sugars but eat lot of sugar loaded grains..Healthy fats which he mean canola oil.corn oil & soybean oil PUFAs.
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