Chlorella Improves Patients with Fatty Liver
Thursday, January 31, 2013
Byron J. Richards, Board Certified Clinical Nutritionist
Inappropriate accumulation of fat in the liver is a major metabolic problem that truly impairs metabolism as well as liver health. It typically gets worse as one’s waistline expands. A randomized clinical trial with 76 fatty liver patients shows that chlorella helps numerous aspects of this problem.
The patients who took 1,200 mg of chlorella for three months improved their liver enzymes (AST and ALT). This indicated that liver inflammation had been reduced. The amount of fat in their triglyceride fat in their blood decreased, predicting less fat buildup in the liver. A significant improvement in blood sugar metabolism occurred, reflected in lower scores for glycated hemoglobin (HbA1c) and insulin resistance.
This human trial confirms the potent role of chlorella to help with a difficult metabolic problem. My previous reports on studies indicate that chlorella helps with weight loss; read more about it.
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