Excess fat in the abdomen can damage the liver

Excess fat in the abdomen can damage the liver

Alcohol is not the only cause of liver disease. Even if the abdomen grows, the risk increases. The biggest cause of ‘non-alcoholic fatty liver’ is waist and belly fat.

From small to large – everyone’s belly grows, the risk of fat accumulation in the liver increases. As a result, the liver cannot function normally. Even if you are not addicted to alcohol, only belly fat increases the risk of various diseases, including fatty liver problems. That is what Shankar Sengupta, medical superintendent of Chittaranjan National Cancer Institute and advisor to NABL, says.

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