|Title||Eliminate fat in your lever|
|Description||Fatty liver is not only experienced by alcohol drinkers. People with diabetes and overweight also often experience it. Fortunately, the habit of drinking tea or coffee proved to reduce the pile of fat in the liver. A study at Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School (Duke-NUS) and Duke University revealed that caffeine intake could reduce the risk of Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD). This condition is similar to fatty liver experienced by alcohol drinkers. Worldwide, 70 percent of people with diabetes and obesity diagnose have NAFLD. It is estimated that 30 percent of adults in the United States experience it and there is no cure to treat it except with diet and exercise regularly. Using cell cultures and mouse models conditioned on a high-fat diet, the Paul Yen, MD-led study looked at the effects of caffeine on fat metabolism in the liver. The result, caffeine intake on a regular basis can reduce the risk of fat deposits in the liver. Although performed in mice test, the results of this research is also claimed to apply to the human heart. With dose adjustments, an estimated dose of caffeine that can have a similar effect in humans is about 4 cups of tea or coffee every day. "Coffee and tea are very commonly consumed, and the notes that both have therapeutic effects, especially because they are often called unfavorable for health, are certainly very encouraging," Yen said in a report in the journal Hepatology as quoted by Sciencedaily, Tuesday (8/20/2013) . These findings, according to the Yen can be developed so that drug discovery like caffeine that has no side effects such as caffeine for therapeutic purposes. Yen also hopes the findings will be a starting point for researching the full benefits of caffeine-related therapies. create your fat loss meal plan with Fat Burning Chef right now.|
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