Every client who comes to me with a symptom of fatty liver tells me the same story.
Whenever doctor diagnoses them with the fatty liver syndrome the first thing that they are being told is not to eat fatty meats.
Of course, pork is the first thing mentioned on the what not to eat list.
This foolishness o four experts is now easier to understand when we realize that schools are here to spread the agenda and not knowledge.
Students enter the medical school as teenagers and come out as toddlers repeating the simple calculation of an indoctrinated brain.
You are what you eat, if you have fatty liver, stop eating fat.
I am all about simplicity, but some knowledge has to stand behind it.
I do not have an idea how those experts explain vegetarians with fatty liver syndrome?
This wisdom about the fat being the cause of a fatty liver is spread through media and movie industry.
Why Are we being lied to?
The answer is simple. When you focus on the wrong thing, you continue to be poisoned and no matter what you try and how little of animal-based fat you try to eat, your problem is not getting fixed and doctors remain to be puzzled about the mystery of the fatty liver syndrome.
The only solution remains to get medicated because you are a victim of a genetic defect or you have a metabolic issue.
Since neither of those claims is correct, the medication will not show any improvement but this is not the time to be critical because we are doing the best we can, we are just not up to the task since the issue is to complicated.
I know that every member of this family is surprised that I am writing an article about this issue as we all know the truth but since I listen to those stories daily, I wonder how many people and doctors included are still living with this misleading information. I cannot make myself to call it a knowledge for a life of me.
You can just imagine the surprise when I explain to my clients that to de-grease their liver, they have to make changes in the type of the food they eat and that they have to increase the saturated fat consumption. This means,eat pork and lose the fat from your liver.
There is always the same surprised look and the question, “how does this work exactly?
Since almost all people on this planet eat incorrectly, we all suffer from the same metabolically induced health issues and fatty liver is one of them.
I always mention that glucose is not and should never be part of our diet because it will change the environment within our body forcing our cells to adapt to it. This cellular adaptation is achieved through the genetic adaptation but this type of adaptation leaves disorder in the gene expression which is not supported by the original program of our creator. This leaves us with over 2 thousand genetic errors and plenty of chronic health problems to go around.
Since we have adapted our bodies to tolerate glucose and to use it as our cellular fuel, many obstacles remained in place preventing our bodies to function correctly.
One of them is the energy storage.
Since we are animals, we are programmed to use fat as our cellular energy source and by the design, we are equipped with adipose tissue which is the natural fat depot.
Once we start stuffing our faces with dietary glucose, a small amount of glucose will be used as the immediate cellular fuel and the rest will have to be stored away for later use so that we do not have to eat every two hours. This way, we can be the same as all other animals, we can last without having to eat for hours and days at times without any significant loss of energy.
Unfortunately, our bodies do not provide any storage for glucose other than the auxiliary fuel stored as a glycogen.
The glycogen storage is limited to the muscles liver and the brain which leaves most of the body without any glucose reserves. It is needless to say that glycogen deposits are small and cannot last more than 20 minutes once they are being tapped into.
Since most people eat big portions of food (plenty of carbohydrates in each meal),plenty of glucose will find itself in the bloodstream and has to be stored away.
As there are no glucose storages (no potatoes, grains, banana)in our body, the liver will take care of it by converting the glucose into fat so that as a fat, it can be stored for later use.
By eating carbohydrates daily, we are daily increasing the glucose absorption and larger and larger amounts of glucose appear in our blood. More and more fat is being produced and has no time to be distributed into the adipose tissue. This is the real mechanism behind the fatty liver syndrome.
The question remains, “how does eating animal fats, lower the fat content in the liver?
The source of our energy in the food should be animal fats and proteins.
The fats we eat are in the form of triglyceride and cholesterol which breaks down in the digestive tract into free amino acids and fatty acids. As such they are being absorbed into the intestinal wall.
Before the fats can be released into the blood, they have to be emulsified so that they do not obstruct small arteries and capillaries.
This is done in two ways.
The fatty acids can be bonded to glycerol and as triglyceride sent into the bloodstream or they can be bonded with proteins creating cholesterol and send into the bloodstream.
The priority has the formation of the cholesterol because the cellular demand for building material has to be fulfilled first.
Then, if there are more fatty acids left, they will be bonded with glycerol and send into the bloodstream as the energy supply.
As you can see, the liver has nothing to do with fats when we eat correctly and there is no way that the liver will become fatty on the correct diet.
If we overdose on fat and we consume more than our body needs to supply the cellular structure with energy, the level of triglyceride in the blood will increase and force some of the triglyceride to be deposited into the adipose tissue. So yes, we can get fat by eating a lot of animal fat but our liver will stay normal. The only time the liver becomes loaded with fat is when we eat too much carbohydrates.
As you can see,
there is no relationship between a fatty liver and animal-based fats.
If your health specialist suggests otherwise, you should be careful. Who knows what else is he/she brainwashed on?
Love and light to us all.