Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease: How to Reduce It Naturally 6

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Many of us may have already been diagnosed with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease at a relatively young age, while others are still trying to keep a healthy lifestyle to reduce the risk. Indeed, having affected up to 25% of the population, it is the most common form of liver disease in the U.S. and is often associated with obesity, diabetes, and high cholesterol.

Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is a condition that occurs when fat accumulates on the liver and causes inflammation, scarring, and even liver failure if left untreated. As such, it is important to be aware of the potential risks associated with NAFLD and to be proactive in seeking treatment if it is suspected.

Causes and symptoms of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease

The exact cause of NAFLD is unknown, but it is believed to be related to metabolic syndrome, a group of conditions that increase the risk of developing diabetes, heart disease, and stroke. Risk factors include obesity, high cholesterol, high triglycerides, and insulin resistance, and certain medications, toxins, and genetic factors may also cause NAFLD.

When you receive a diagnosis of NAFLD, it is generally classified according to the amount of fat in the liver. It can range from simple fatty liver, in which there is a mild accumulation of fat, to non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH), a more severe form of the disease in which there is inflammation and damage to the liver.

NAFLD is usually asymptomatic and is often discovered incidentally during routine lab tests or imaging studies. Symptoms, if present, may include fatigue, abdominal pain, and jaundice. Complications of NAFLD include cirrhosis, liver failure, and liver cancer.

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Natural remedies and supplements for non-alcoholic fatty liver disease

Natural remedies and supplements may help reduce the risk of developing NAFLD or the severity of the disease.

Herbal supplements such as silymarin, curcumin, and green tea extract may help reduce inflammation, protect the liver, and reduce fat accumulation. Additionally, probiotics may help reduce inflammation, and improve gut health and the balance of bacteria in the gut, thereby reducing fat accumulation in the liver.

Eating a healthy, balanced diet is essential for maintaining a healthy liver. Eating a diet low in processed foods and high in fruits, vegetables, and lean protein can help reduce fat accumulation in the liver. Limiting your intake of sugar, refined carbohydrates, and saturated fats are also effective for improving your condition.

Regular exercise is also important for managing NAFLD. It improves overall health, reduces stress, helps you stay in a positive mood, and boosts energy levels.

Spooky2: Help remove liver toxins and relieve fatty liver disease

Fatty liver is indeed closely related to our lifestyle habits, and often when people have this condition, they tend to improve their diet, start exercising, and seek other effective supplements as recommended by doctors. However, these improvements might not be enough. And this is when you can ask the Spooky2 experts, “how can Spooky2 Rife frequencies improve your fatty liver disease?”

Frequency healing therapy is an alternative therapy for non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. It is natural, safe, and does not cause side effects.

Spooky2 has the world’s largest frequency database containing over 35,000 beneficial programs. You can use these frequencies to remove liver toxins, reduce fat accumulation in the liver, and improve your energy levels.

If you are unsure about how to use these Rife frequencies effectively, maybe the following testimonial will provide you with some ideas. It is written by one of our customers.

“For 6 months, I was suffering from:
1. lethargy
2. poor memory
3. poor digestion
4. intense bloating and belching
5. lack of stomach motility
6. lymph inflammation around the throat
7. muscle spasms and uncontrolled muscle twitching
8. arthritic pain in my knees
9. lack of bile production by the liver resulting in decreased nutrient intake and fat absorption
10. Constantly ill with colds, flu, and bacterial infections to the sinus and chest, weak immune system

Life was miserable for 6 months as 4 different doctors (family doctor, oncologist, gastroenterologist, acupuncturist) couldn’t figure out what was wrong with me. Blood tests showed all parameters were normal: sugar, hemoglobin, lipids, liver enzymes, thyroid, vitamin D, negative Lyme, no heavy metals, all normal. I was not feeling well, but my family doctor insisted I was okay and my negative emotions were creating and causing the symptoms.

I decided to be my advocate and take control of my health.

My visceral fat increased due to the aflatoxins from the food I ate. I have a digital scale at home that also measures visceral fat, which is fat around the torso and liver. My weight and visceral fat data are uploaded from the scale and stored in my cell phone so I can see my history. In the past 6 months, I saw that my visceral fat increased from normal to in the high range. I started to correlate all my symptoms to my new diet of eating organic peanut butter and bread which were the sources of aflatoxins in my body. Further research resulted in revealing that aflatoxins cause liver failure in acute cases. In the initial phases, the liver will show signs of weakness and stress with a lack of bile for digestion which results in poor nutrient absorption, unable to break down fats, bloating, lethargy, and arthritis. I discovered I was in the initial stages of liver failure.

I decided to use the Spooky2 Windows-based software to find detox programs for aflatoxins. Fortunately, there were a handful of programs to pick from. One of the programs is “Aflatoxin 1 XTRA” and also supplements to take to help the detox: glutathione, L-glutamate (1-), glycine zwitterion, zinc (2+), acetic acid, dioxygen, water, hydron.

I started to use the Spooky2 aflatoxin programs, the GX contact mode at night, and the Remote mode during the day.

In the three days of treatment, I lost 3 pounds of visceral fat around my belly, liver function was back to normal breaking down fats and absorbing nutrients, arthritic knee pain healed, muscle spasms became part of history, and my energy and mood skyrocketed!

Thank you Spooky2 team for giving us the wealth of knowledge, software, and GenX to take care of our health!”

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6 Comments

  1. I searched quite a bit, and couldn’t find the specific program called “Aflatoxin activation and detoxification”. Only programs called “Aflatoxin”. Can you tell how to get to that program?

    1. Hi, Ginny. We have uploaded the programs that recommend, please check this blog again:)

  2. How do I set the spooky 2 for this program:
    Aflatoxin activation and detoxification” shows a detailed description of the types of aflatoxins and also supplements to take to help the detox: glutathione, L-glutamate (1-), glycine zwitterion, zinc (2+), acetic acid, dioxygen, water, hydron.

    1. Hi, Savio. We have uploaded the programs that recommend, please check this blog again:)

  3. Where can I find the Aflatoxin detox, it is not listed in my software as I can see.

    Jan A. Odegarden
    1. Hi, search the keyword “aflatoxin” under the Programs tab and you will find it!

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