Case study: Jennifer Williams
I’m not sure what was more distressing about non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
Finding out that I had it?
Discovering that it led steadily from fatty liver to fibrosis to cirrhosis and then to liver failure, a possible transplant or potential liver cancer?
Or was it the unexpected – and shocking – realization that, in fact, there’s no medical cure for fatty liver disease?
That there are no ‘anti-fatty liver’ meds?
No treatments? No procedures?
That doctors can’t help was certainly the last straw.
Instead, they advise ‘eat more healthily’. Whatever that means.
And, ‘get more exercise’.
And, ‘drink less alcohol’.
Basically, the advice they give every patient for every disease…
I worried constantly about how bad my fatty liver might become. How it might slowly progress into something far more serious.
Because whatever caused my fatty liver was only going to make it worse if I didn’t do something about it.
Given the lack of help from the medical profession, the question is, do what about it?
And the answer?
It’s here. Take a look in the short video below: