Exercise can remove abnormal liver fat
Finland: Most of the men in the world, in particular, have abnormal fat on their liver which can lead to many diseases. Now with regular exercise this insidious condition can be reduced.
In medical parlance it is called ‘non-alcoholic fatty liver disease’ or NAFLD which can lead to many liver diseases and even liver cancer. Scientists at the University of Eastern Finland have now trained people with this condition to do HIIT exercise for more than three weeks, which has not only reduced their liver fat but also reduced their waist circumference as well as their gaze. Blood glucose levels also improved, indicating a tendency to diabetes.
But keep in mind that exercise also works well inside the body. It enhances many biomarkers, including amino acids and beneficial metabolites for the body.
Experts say that if one wants to cure NAFLD, exercise is the best way to do it without any medication. However, 46 people with excess fat on the liver took part in it, in which they underwent twice a week (high intensity interval training) and once a week did any independent exercise. This went on for three months. Now those who did not participate in exercise did not lose weight nor did they lose any liver fat.
But people who exercised regularly had their blood and other fluids tested. In addition, a medical examination was performed. Liver fat was found to be lower in all individuals equally and their other metabolites also began to improve. Even fatty acids and acid deficiencies were noted.
Twenty-five percent of the world’s population, including Pakistan, suffers from some form of NFALD and so far no effective medicine is available. That’s why exercise can be the best way to end it.