Just One Meal High in Saturated Fat May Seriously Harm Liver

A small German study finds that a meal high in saturated fat, for example, a cheeseburger with fries or a pizza, may disrupt liver function.saturated fat

A team of researchers discovered that the high levels of saturated fat immediately change the way our liver works, leading for serious diseases in the future.

Dr. Michael Roden, a study co-author and a scientific director of the German Diabetes Center at Heinrich Heine University in Dusseldorf, says:  “Our findings paint the picture of the earliest changes in liver metabolism leading to fatty liver diseases and liver cirrhosis in the context of obesity and type 2 diabetes.”

More information about the study is here.

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