Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease

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Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease

 fatty liver disease not caused by alcohol

Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (non-alcoholic fatty liver disease:NAFLD)

is an image that is particularly fat Triglycerides accumulate in hepatocytes in more than 5% of the liver area without a cause from alcohol or alcohol abuse. Often found in patients with metabolic syndrome such as diabetes, high cholesterol and obesity.

The main cause of fatty liver disease caused by insulin resistance As a result, the amount of free fatty acids in the liver is high and begins to accumulate in the liver cells until fatty liver is formed.

Source: herbal information brochure Faculty of Pharmacy Mahidol University

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