Too much sugar: to steatosis

It is now proven that obesity can reduce life expectancy by eight years and take you up to 19 years of good health, because of type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Do not forget that drinks that are very sweet for the very young - soda cans, coca, and other tonics - that are consumed regularly, are the first step towards hepatic diseases.

Excess sugars are not removed by urine, respiration, sweat or matter. They are kept, stored as bad reserves in our body. One gram of sugar brings four calories and therefore 2 grams, eight calories. As soon as you get nine calories, you form a gram of fat that stores in hepatocytes. When the liver is stuffed with fat, which creates significant fatigue, the fat will store beyond, in the breasts in women, around the hips and in the pelvis in men. One can visit liver transplant hospitals in India to get complete information about liver care.

Too much alcohol consumed without moderation and chronically: on the way to cirrhosis and then cancer

Drinking alcohol on an empty stomach, especially if it is strong, is a basic food mistake. Logically, one should consume wine only in the middle or at the end of the meal.

Alcohols are involved in many other diseases affecting the ENT area, with palate of flavors, pharynx, larynx, stomach, and pancreas. They are also indirectly involved in breast and prostate cancer by the association alcohol-tobacco.

The progression to hepatic failure, with irreversible cirrhosis, occurs around age 40 for men; it is earlier in women - around age 30 - because of a lower ability to metabolize alcohol.

According to liver transplant hospitals, the causes of cirrhosis are as follows:

    The excessive and prolonged consumption of alcohol in 50 to 75% of the cases.

    Viral attacks, hepatitis C in 15 to 25% of cases and hepatitis B in 5%.

    More rarely, hemochromatosis by too much iron, metabolic diseases that accumulate fats, attacks by progressive destruction of the immune system.

When the immune system goes out of control: autoimmune diseases

It is the immune system that works upside down very gradually. Instead of protecting the liver, the immune cells damage the bile ducts.

Three diseases are well identified:  primary biliary cirrhosis (PBC), primary sclerosing cholangitis (PSC), autoimmune hepatitis or chronic active hepatitis. Visit liver transplant hospitals in India to prevent the chances of autoimmune disorders that affect the liver and kidney.

Primary biliary cirrhosis (CBP)

It reaches women between 40 and 60 years more often than men. The bad eating habits of a family make it possible to see the same disease appear among its members.

The classic signs at first are not very noticeable: chronic fatigue, itching more or less strong, darker skin, small white bumps under the skin, sometimes around the eyes.

At a later stage, dryness of the mucous membranes, mouth, nose, vagina, thyroid damage, joint disorders, poor circulation of the fingertips, so-called Raynaud's syndrome.

Drink plenty of water in any form (2.5 liters per day) to try to dilute the bile so that it can be drained better by narrowed bile ducts, and make sure to have clear urine.

Avoid all unnecessary medications that aggravate liver overload.