|You don't have to look at the liver of this person to know that he / she is suffering from NAFLD - just like an ever-increasing minority (soon majority) of US citizens|
In spite of the fact that I am going to get back to the "liver <> diabetes" connection later in the article, I would like to invite you to take a closer look at a previous article on that topic "Liver Enzymes the #1 Marker of Insulin Resistance!? Plus: What Does the Correlation Bettwen HbA1C & ALT, AST and GPT Tell Us About Diabesity?" to catch up!
Now that we are on common grounds in regards to the importance of liver health, it's about time to drop the bomb. Believe it or not, you can help your liver along tremendously with commonly available dietary supplements - and if I am not totally mistaken that will cost you - at most - 20 bucks a month. Certainly not bad in view of the fact that the stack of alpha lipoic acid (regular, not R-ALA) and - you won't believe it - regular vitamin E has just been shown to A
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- reduce steatosis scores,
- improve homeostasis model assessment scores, and
- lower triglyceride levels
ALA & Vitamin E work - both in conjunction and on their own
In pairs of m=40, the subjects had been randomly allocated to receive either ALA 300 mg, vitamin E 700 IU, or ALA 300 mg plus vitamin E 700 IU, the poor 35 patients who were left were randomized to treatment with placebo.
|Figure 1: Changes in selectet parameters of metabolic health over the 6-months study period (Basu. 2014)|
- Basu, Patrick P., et al. "Effect of Vitamin E and Alpha Lipoic Acid in Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease: A Randomized, Placebo-Controlled, Open-Label, Prospective Clinical Trial (VAIN Trial)." Open Journal of Gastroenterology 4.05 (2014): 199.