What is the best exercise for a fatty liver? The truth will surprise you!
0:00 What you need to know about a fatty liver
1:06 The benefits of exercise for a fatty liver
2:03 The best exercise for a fatty liver
In this video, I want to share with you the best exercise for a fatty liver. Exercise will deliver about 15% of the results when it comes to fat loss. First, you will want to lower your carbohydrate intake, do intermittent fasting, and add more choline to your diet.
A fatty liver can cause inflammation, which can lead to cirrhosis of the liver. If you want to prevent inflammation and cirrhosis, you have to lower your liver fat.
The liver is the only organ that can completely regenerate. The bad news is that it can take a lot of time—often one to three years.
The benefits of exercise for a fatty liver are:
1. Increases fat oxidation
2. Improves insulin resistance
3. Reduces the conversion of glucose to fat
4. Reduces inflammation
5. Reduces fibrosis
The best exercise for a fatty liver is ANY exercise. As long as you get your body moving, you’re going to benefit. This includes:
• High-intensity training
• Low-intensity workouts
• Compound resistance exercises
• Weight training
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Thanks for watching. I hope this video helped clear up why any exercise is beneficial for a fatty liver.
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