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Author Topic: Exercise and Green Tea Extract Protect Against Fatty Liver Disease in Mice  (Read 358 times)

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Among mice fed a high-fat diet in a recent study, those that were also compelled to exercise and fed green tea extract had a greatly lower risk of developing obesity-related non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). Researchers believe this finding could have implications for the health of humans.

Rates of NAFLD, and its more severe form, non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH), are increasing around the world. An estimated 100 million people worldwide are expected to have fatty liver disease by 2030. Over time, NAFLD can lead to cirrhosis, liver cancer and the need for a liver transplant. Currently, there are no validated treatments for the disease.

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