Reverse Your Fatty Liver

Ice Cream Liver

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A good way to protect your liver from damage is to limit your intake of ice cream. The high sugar and saturated fat content in ice cream are harmful to your liver and other organs. Instead, replace ice cream with low-sugar fruit or low-fat dairy products. Don’t use whipped cream as a substitute for ice cream, either.

One serving of ice cream has over 100 calories. Of these, 50 calories are glucose. The rest is fructose. The liver is the only organ in your body that can metabolize fructose. Since our liver weighs only 1.5 to two kilograms, this much fructose puts undue stress on it.

Studies have shown that ascorbic acid increases glucose production in the liver and makes fat and muscle cells more resistant to insulin action. Moreover, the ALA has also been found to increase the level of glucose in the blood. The researchers spent over 10 years studying the effects of ALA on people with diabetes and fatty liver disease. To see whether ALA has any effect on the liver, it is best to conduct a random blood sugar test at random.

One method for testing blood sugar after eating ice cream is to use a blood glucose monitoring device. This device consists of a transmitter and a smart device that adheres to the skin. It also requires a separate platform for replacement and cleaning. In this way, blood glucose levels can be monitored easily without the use of an invasive device.

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