New York, NY (PRWEB) May 17, 2013
One of the United Kingdom's most senior doctors, Professor Christopher Hawkey, warns to an English newspaper that obesity will overtake alcohol as the main cause of liver cirrhosis in the not too distant future with more than five out of six people unaware that the disease is linked to excess weight. The Guardian reports that obesity has already become the main cause of less serious forms of liver damage and disease, but cirrhosis is the end stage, an irreversible scarring that causes the organ to deteriorate. A BSG poll of 1,959 people found that while the majority understood that obesity could cause diabetes, high blood pressure and infertility, few understood its link to certain cancers or liver damage. The study revealed that the average age of death from liver damage is 59 compared with between 82 and 84 for heart and lung disease and strokes.
The liver, the body’s largest internal organ, is responsible for a variety of functions, including detoxification and production of bio-chemicals necessary for digestion, as well as playing a major role in metabolism. Lying below the diaphragm in the abdominal-pelvic region of the abdomen, the liver produces bile, aiding in digestion. Without the liver, survival is not possible. Stored, trapped, and built-up fat hiding in the cells of the liver causes injury and inflammation leading to severe liver damage, cirrhosis, or even liver failure. Those suffering from diabetes are far more likely to have fatty liver disease and those who are overweight are far more likely to develop diabetes. Losing weight can help control blood sugar levels and can also reduce the build-up of fat in the liver, preventing further injury to this vital organ.
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