High-protein diet can help reduce fat content in the liver
From 1999 to 2016, deaths due to liver disease in the USA has jumped by 65%, with the most increase seen in young adults. A common liver disease is fatty liver disease. Too much fat in the liver can lead to liver failure and increase the risk of liver cancer. There is currently no treatment for it. However, researchers have found that a high-protein diet can help reduce fat content in the liver, as well as reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes in those with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease.
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Diets High in Protein and Fiber May Help Healthy Weight Loss
A study of overweight dogs found that a reduced-calorie, high-protein, high-fiber diet resulted in a healthier weight without losing too much muscle mass. This resulted in a decrease in toxic fecal ammonia and an increase in friendly gut bacteria and butyrate. Butyrate has anti-inflammatory and anticancer effects. Diets high in protein and fiber are optimal for healthy weight loss.
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