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Non-Alcoholic vs. Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease: What’s the Difference?
By ActiveBeat Author Your Health

Non-Alcoholic vs. Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease: What’s the Difference?

Fatty liver disease is the most common cause of chronic liver disease in adults. In an effort to better understand it, we break down the key differences between non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and alcohol-related liver disease.

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Moderately Consuming Added Sugars May Double Fat Production in Liver
By Chelsea Dolan Your Health

Moderately Consuming Added Sugars May Double Fat Production in Liver

It’s normal to have some fat in the liver but too much can put you at risk of developing serious health complications. Researchers are learning more about how even small amounts of sugar can lead to increased fat production in the liver. Here’s everything you should know!

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