Taking Charge of Your Health

Dr Sandra Cabot and Margaret Jasinska ND SC: You know, if we talk about fatty liver,
we have to say that Syndrome X is the most common cause of fatty liver. Its not alcohol.
People think, oh you know, “How did I get a fatty liver?” The doctor will often say,
“Well, you’ve got to stop drinking? And they will say, “But doctor, I don’t drink!”
Well then how did you get a fatty liver? MJ: Yes, yes, exactly. SC: So, how does that occur? MJ: Well, most people think that they’re
never going to get a liver problem unless they drink alcohol. They can’t imagine that
in fact sugar can cause just as much harm to your liver as alcohol does. So people are
often quite shocked when they get a bad blood test result, and the first thing their doctor
often thinks is that they drink, but often they don’t, and so now non-alcoholic fatty
liver disease is what’s so common. SC: Yes, indeed, its the most common cause
of liver transplant. Fatty liver disease. MJ: Yes. SC: But the good news is, you can reverse
it. Yes, so, you know, your liver can take a lot of punishing. So we have done it clinically,
on fatty liver disease, and found that you can reverse it through a combination of low
carbohydrate diet, superfoods for the liver and a good liver formula. And we’ve have
had thousands of patients in whom we’ve reversed fatty liver. So its one of those
things that you don’t have to put up with. It doesn’t have to become a disease. And
its interesting to know that the high levels of insulin, is the imbalance that’s telling
your body to store the fat in the liver. MJ: Exactly, yes. SC: So syndrome X. How would you best describe
this syndrome X, because, you know, it is an epidemic, and I don’t think people really
understand it. They see the tip of the iceberg. I’m overweight, I’m tired, I’m craving
sugar, I’ve got a bit of cholesterol, I’m getting old. You know this is syndrome X.
It’s inevitable. And we treat the symptoms, we give people drugs to lower their insulin,
to lower their blood sugar. But how would you best describe it so people can understand
this hidden epidemic? MJ: So, there are blood tests you can get
done for syndrome X. You can get an insulin test, a blood sugar test, a triglyceride test.
Your blood pressure will often be high. But, just by looking at a person, if they have
a big waist, if they carry weight around their torso, they are bound to have some degree
of syndrome X. If they have a relative with type 2 diabetes, they’re far more likely
to have syndrome X. And syndrome X is often called metabolic syndrome, or insulin resistance
or pre-diabetes. They’re all different terms for the same thing. SC: Yes. MJ: And basically people with syndrome X produce
more insulin than they should. And whenever any of us eat carbohydrate rich foods, like
sugar or flour or grains, cereals, starchy stuff basically. Whenever we eat any of that,
we digest it into glucose. So our blood sugar goes up. And when your blood sugar goes up,
your pancreas releases insulin. In order to get that sugar into your cells, where you
can use it for energy. But people with with syndrome X, their insulin doesn’t work as
well. So to compensate, they produce more insulin, and it still doesn’t work brilliantly.
So those people aren’t able to burn sugar for energy like they should. And instead,
they turn a lot of that sugar into fat and store it either in their liver, and get a
fatty liver, or as body fat deposits. And so because they’re not burning the sugar
properly, they are often still tired, they are still hungry, they tend to be hungry people,
and they crave sugar. SC: Yes, well insulin is a powerful fat storing
hormone. It makes you hungry, ravenous indeed, and it also suppresses the production of fat
burning hormones in your body. MJ: Absolutely, yes. So your fat burning hormones
won’t work as well, even if you do a lot of exercise, if you’ve got high insulin
levels, you’re not really going to lose much weight. SC: Yes, you have to get the insulin down,
and go into the fat burning zone, don’t you. MJ: Yes. SC: And most people with syndrome X don’t
even realise their insulin is high. MJ: No, most doctors wouldn’t even test
it, and most people are unaware of that. SC: Doctors don’t test it because it can
be expensive and the health insurance system of that particular country can’t afford
to pay for it all. And also it’s a bit of a sensitive test. But generally speaking,
you know when you look at this graph, and you see the insulin going up, insulin levels
should never go above 80 during a glucose tolerance test. But in people with very significant
insulin resistance, they’ll go up to 200, 300, 400, they go through the roof, and they
stay elevated. And while ever your insulin levels are high, you will not go into the
fat-burning zone. So that is the key, to get the insulin down. If you don’t get your
insulin working, what can it lead to Margaret? MJ: Well, apart from fatty liver, apart from
a much greater risk of fatty liver, a bigger risk of type 2 diabetes, and most diabetics
get heart attacks or strokes eventually. SC: Yes, so we can use drugs to lower insulin.
I know there are some very effective drugs such as Metformin, but there are also some
very good supplements that you can take. Magnesium, how does that help to get your insulin working
better? MJ: So magnesium improves insulin sensitivity.
So it makes the insulin that’s already in your body more effective, so therefore you
don’t need to secrete as much. So over time, your insulin level with come down. Magnesium
also helps make people more calm, and relaxed, and helps them to sleep better, and therefore
makes their life easier, and so its so much easier to stick to a diet when you feel calm
and relaxed and you’ve slept well. SC: What about chromium? MJ: So, chromium is a mineral that a lot of
people don’t get enough of, and chromium helps to keep your blood sugar level stable
throughout the day. So your far less likely to get a crash in
blood sugar, which can leave you really hungry, give you cravings, it can make you sleepy,
it can make you irritable. Sort of generally those afternoon sugar cravings can be a symptom
of chromium deficiency. So chromium keeps your blood sugar more stable and even throughout
the day. So it makes it a lot easier to stick with a healthy diet. SC: I think so, and also there are various
herbs you can use like gymnema. That’s a wonderful herb. Gymnema sylvestre. MJ: Yes. SC: There are some funny names, aren’t there?
And bitter melon is a wonderful herb. MJ: Absolutely. SC: And you can eat that and grow that. One
of the Naturopaths I work with, she grows bitter melon and eats it. I frankly don’t
like the taste, but I take the supplement, you know, with gymnema, bitter melon and chromium,
and I give it to a lot of my patients, and its just magic, because they say “wow, when
I take these supplements to get my insulin working better, my cravings go. MJ: Exactly. They really appreciate that. SC: They can’t believe it. So bringing your
insulin down and your blood sugar just a little bit and stabilizing it, can kill your cravings.
What a relief. And, what kind of eating plan would you recommend Margaret, for people who
have high insulin levels? MJ: Well, its important to eat protein regularly.
So protein at every meal, because protein helps you feel full and satisfied. Protein
doesn’t cause you to secrete insulin and so it helps to keep your blood sugar stable
throughout the day. Good sources of protein are things like eggs, fish, poultry, red meat,
whey protein powder is a really good source of protein as well. So any of those, as long
as you have one of those at each meal, with some vegetables, is ideal. SC: Yes. You know, I hear people say “Oh,
I thought too much protein is bad for my liver and bad for my kidneys, because it makes you
acidic”. So what do you say to those people who are worried about it? MJ: Well, its not a high protein diet that
we put people on. Its really an adequate protein diet. SC: Yes. MJ: Whereas in the past, they may have had
two eggs on toast for breakfast, we ask them to have two eggs on a plate and have some
vegetables for breakfast. SC: Yes. MJ: And for lunch, they may have had tuna
in a sandwich, well we ask them to have that tuna with vegetables. So its really a vegetable
diet, and that can only be a good thing…surely. Music SC: Research has shown that diets don’t
work, and this is because they don’t really balance your appetite hormones. MJ: That’s right. SC: The key is balancing the appetite hormones.
We’ve talked about one of them, which is insulin, but there are some other ones which
are really interesting that are newly discovered. You see, syndrome X was discovered in 1988
by Professor Gerald Reaven. He called it syndrome X because no body would recognise it. X for
unknown. He said, “Wow, I’ve found the holy grail of weight loss”, and I think
he probably followed on the footsteps of Atkins in a way that, you know, they both thought
the same way, that carbohydrate was the main enemy here for people who were overweight.
And I agree with them. But then about 10 years later, we had these other hormones being identified
in research, and the ones that I find interesting are leptin and ghrelin. Ghrelin is a hormone
produced in the stomach and its secreted when your stomach is empty. It makes you hungry
straight away. And something that’s really interesting is that new sleeve surgery, you
know the gastrectomy where they remove part of your stomach, that’s sleeve gastrectomy,
they’re actually removing part of the stomach that makes the ghrelin. And I spoke to someone
recently who had just had that operation, MJ: Me too… SC: Sleeve gastrectomy, he lost a huge amount
of weight, 40 kilograms or something, and he said to me “I never feel hungry Sandra,
I never feel hungry”. I said “Oh, I think I’d miss that feeling of hunger”, but
then you know, I don’t have a weight problem, so its easy for me to say. He said “yes,
somebody has to tell me its lunch time, or I have to tell myself you’d better eat otherwise
you’ll waste away”. I thought, you know, that really is strange, but it had worked. So grehlin from the stomach is obviously important,
but the other hormone leptin, which is produced in our fat, is important too. MJ: Exactly. SC: So how do we need to balance that? You
know, we’ve talked about protein and insulin, but what about leptin? MJ: So leptin is a hormone that’s made in
a few places in your body, but mainly in your fat cells, and it travels to your brain to
tell you you’ve had enough to eat and to suppress hunger. So based on how much fat
you have on your body, if you’ve got a lot of fat, you’ll make a lot of leptin, which
travels to your brain and say’s there’s enough fat on my body, I don’t need to eat
any more. So that’s the theory, which sounds good, sounds like it would work, unfortunately
in people who have been overweight for a long time, their leptin doesn’t work as well.
Their brain has stopped listening to it. So they’ve got a lot of body fat, they’re
producing a lot of leptin, which is travelling to the brain and trying to say “stop eating,
I don’t need any more food”, but they’ve developed leptin resistance. Their leptin
has been so high for so long that their brain is ignoring it now. SC: Yes. So yeah, that’s right, the leptin
is knocking on the door but the door is not being opened, MJ: No SC: its not having any effect. And I’ve
read some research that said that healthy fat is important for reversing that leptin
resistance, and that, you know, when people have been on a low carbohydrate, low fat,
low calorie diet, that because they’ve been having too much carbohydrate to compensate,
the resistance becomes very bad. MJ: Yes. SC: So what kind of fats can we have in our
diet to reverse that leptin resistance? MJ: Yes, people don’t realise that food
has a hormonal effect on you. So people often think that their hormones are responsible
for their inability to lose weight. And that’s true, but it’s the foods you eat which then
affect your hormone levels. And, so carbohydrate and sugar produces all of the wrong hormones
and protein and good fats will help you produce all the right hormones to make you less hungry
and to make it easier to lose weight. So ideally, the good fats that you’d be eating would
be omega 3 fats from seafood, and you may even need an omega 3 fat supplement such as
a fish oil supplement because its really hard to get enough omega 3 just through diet, and
monounsaturated fat is really good for your hormone levels and ability to lose weight,
such as found in extra virgin olive oil, avocadoes, macadamia nuts. And, we also recommend that
you have some saturated fat, which is actually really good for you. Its often high in vitamin
D and vitamin A, foods that contain saturated fat often have those nutrients with them.
So good healthy sources of saturated fat are things like organic coconut oil, butter can
be really good for you, depending on what the cow ate. If the cow ate grass as opposed
to grains, then the butter is quite good for you. And even meat, red meat, lamb, so any
grass fed or pasture fed meat is a really healthy source of fat as well. SC: Yes, so lamb or veal, seafood is wonderful.
Also flaxseed. I like flaxseed but I don’t really like the oil per se. I like to grind
my own fresh flaxseed and that gives me some omega 3 as well. MJ: Yes. SC: Yeah, so, you know fat is important. Your
brain is made of fat. There’s a lot of cholesterol in your brain, and cholesterol is very important
for protecting your brain, for insulating your brain, and there is nothing wrong with
eating it. If you eat cholesterol, your liver will stop making it. So that’s the process
of homeostasis, where everything stays the same, everything is self-regulating. And,
you know, if you look at unprocessed food, its generally got fat in it. MJ: Exactly, and fat makes you full and satisfied.
It makes a meal taste better. It helps you absorb the nutrients from your meal. And eating
enough good fats and protein is the best way to stop craving sugar. SC: Yes, and to balance this leptin, you know,
this naughty little leptin, to which we’ve become resistant. So if the leptin starts
working, our hunger won’t be nearly as excessive. Music

68 thoughts on “Reversing Fatty Liver

  1. Hello there! Thank you for this useful video. By the way, I notice a lot of people keep on talking about Zaliveron Remedy (google it), but I'm not sure if it is really good. Have you tried using home remedy called Zaliveron Remedy? I've heard several amazing things about it and my friend completely cures his fatty liver safely with this remedy.

  2. The Low Carb High Fat (LCHF) diet is endorsed by the Swedish Government. The Swedish National Board of Health and Welfare concluded that a low-carb diet is "in accordance with science and well-tried experience for reducing obesity and Type 2 diabetes."

    According to a 2011 study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, restricting carbohydrates is more effective than cutting calories or limiting fat for individuals who want to reduce the amount of fat in their liver.

  3. Mayo Clinic list risk factors for fatty liver: certain medications, gastric bypass surgery, high cholesterol, high levels of triglycerides in the blood, malnutrition, metabolic syndrome, obesity, rapid weight loss, toxins and chemicals such as pesticides, type 2 diabetes, wilson's disease.

    Dr Cabot has out a book – Fatty Liver: You Can Reverse It. Her website goes into more detail at liverdoctor (dot) com.

  4. Very good information I am glad I came upon Dr. Cabot's videos. I am going to apply alot of what they say to my own diet.

  5. she only lists animal products as protein, but beans and grains, buckwheat, wheat grass, etc have all the essential amino acids (protein) found in animal products without all the fat

  6. Dr Cabot i found out i have hep c i've been taking natural supplements also your liverton plus on the 17th of sept i was given a blood test for hep c my test came back negative my blood word was normal. Now i can't go by the blood test alone i still have pain on my right side some times and my energy leve is not good . i still feel like just laying down i to walk but i make myself do it. Please if you would give me some direction
    Bishop Ed Young

  7. thoroughly listened to the whole video, thank-you, I can now understand that no matter how much I exercised, I had other underlying issues, thank-you again

  8. Just found out I have Fatty Liver disease. Doing all the research I can. This video told me more in 16min than any doctor visit I had to pay for. Good Job Ladies!!!

  9. This is not a fluke and I am now a believer.  Was able to reverse my fatty liver in 7 months with her pills the knowledge attained with her books.  

  10. Doctor, is Apple Cider Vinegar, mixed with water daily good or bad, for  the liver? I'm reading all different kinds of things lately, Please help, Thanks so much!

  11. high blood sugar is caused by eating to much fat , fat all so causes insulin resistance . there insulin works fine the fat in the blood blocks insulin from taking the sugar to the cells that' s the problem . eating high starch diet will solve this problem.So they are trying to tell me that all the  Asian  people that live on rice must have fatty livers that does not sound reasonable

  12. Thank you for explaining the difference between alcoholic and non alcoholic liver disease and the risks of them both. Even for people who don't drink a lot of alcohol, changing our diets is optimal for reversing fatty liver and detoxing it. Sugar is a silent killer.

  13. I had 2 Liver Transplants back in 1992 at NYU medical center and I met ONE person that needed a transplant from Drinking alcohol. The Majority of the causes were from Hep C.  Im lucky because my reason was from Lupus. When people with Hep C get transplanted, the hep C usually infects the new Liver. Thats a contributing factor as to why Im still thriving 23 years later.  Thank you

  14. These ladies are living in the dark age in regard to proteins!!!  Check the Loma Linda Health Study, as well as Dr. John McDougall, Weimar NEWSTART, Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn in his Heart Disease Prevention & Reversal Diet, Dr. Neil Nedley,  Dr. Thomas M. Campbell & The China Study, and many others. 

  15. One thing I have done is take Epsom soaks, and it is wonderful. This is a good way to get magnesium than orally. My purpose is BP control, but it has so many benefits.

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  17. So why am I taking insulin if I have too much insulin? Does not make sense to me. I realize the insulin is not getting the muscles and where it needs to go due to the insulin resistance.

  18. One dietary experiment is to eat absolutely no grain of any kind for three weeks. My 90 year old mom amazed her doctor by losing 20 pounds right away.

  19. Just been diagnosed with fatty liver, I was wondering why doesnt the good doctor advise eating proteins from non meat sources, what happens if you are Vegan or vegetarian? Or dont Vegans get fatty liver? I have cholesterolosis (cholesterol polyps in the gallbladder wall) and now fatty liver. Have bee overweight for two decade and been taking prilossec and paxil for all that time, I know that exercise and weightloss is good for fatty liver and eating a clean diet but which one? Vegan or Keto, low carb. Currenty been fasting on friut and veggies juices during the day and eating complex carb in the evening, but now wonder if these carbs will make my liver worse, should I start eating eggs and eat and veggies and no friuts?? Confused conpletely here, soem say take Milk thistle but I read on a forum one patient was told by her doc dont take it …. huh???????? Any advise will be appreciated guys, thanks

  20. Been using Magnesium every night for 2 years.. but still have Fatty Liver ! 🙁  Chromium gives me headaches and racing heart

  21. How you can get rid of lower torso and back pains caused by your fatty liver disease.

  22. She's really great. I have seven of her Books and she's helped me tremendously.

  23. Professors Predicted My Fatty Liver Will Kill Me. But Contrarily to their Prediction, I Reversed My Fatty Liver 100% Naturally!>>>[ ]>>>>

  24. you're wrong about animal protein. while vegetable protein is good animal protein causes insulin resistance. have a look at

  25. Interesting discussion but to say that diabetics eventually die of heart attacks is complete nonsense.God know s how she came to this conclusion. Amazing !!!!!

  26. Excellent presentation. Thanks for the info on how damaging sugar is and how helpful high quality fats and proteins are.
    Really helpful. Good job ladies!

  27. I had been told I had fatty liver problem. This fatty liver treatment method “Vοzοzο humu” (Google it) made every little thing so much simpler. Not only do I now understand my condition and what caused it, but I know precisely what I need to do to make myself a lot better. I feel healthier than ever before and the results are quick.

  28. I`ve had fatty liver for Seven years and I seriously thought there was nothing I can do about it. I`m so delighted I discovered this fatty liver treatment solution “Vοzοzο humu” (Google it) just before it was too late. My liver is now recovering and my health is improving generally, even if I did not shed weight.

  29. There are new studies that eggs and other animal proteins are bad for our body. A plant-based diet will improve insulin sensitivity. I am ype2 diabetic and I switched to plant-based diet and I don’t take anymore medication. I don’t have insulin esistace anymore.

  30. Excellent video except for recommending protein for lowering insulin / metabolic syndrome. Whey protein spikes insulin enormously.

  31. Appreciate Video! Apologies for butting in, I would love your initial thoughts. Have you researched – Millawdon Fatty Liver Trick (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now)? It is a good one off product for learn how to reverse fatty liver minus the normal expense. Ive heard some pretty good things about it and my m8 finally got great results with it.

  32. Can I vape? I was told I have a bit of a fatty liver after doing blood tests to check for diabetes. I don’t know how bad it is. But this is a BIG concern of mine. I know e-juice has alcohol and sugar from research I’ve done, but does vaping metabolize through liver as food does?

  33. I just got diagnosed with moderate not mild fatty liver disease two Drs said it’s not reversible. I’m really scared I do need to lose weight I also have Hashimoto’s thyroiditis

  34. –Nice video ! …thank you !
    For your health read ; …A "Estrogenic" obese body is created by sugar , high carbs ,refine carbs , eating too much fat and over eating protein .Sugar is sugar .. fruits , ,refine carbs , fructose (sugar) in fruit . Eating toxic factory food , fast food ,, dairy ,cheese ,milk , , mayonnaise , all salad dressings , penut butter , whey-protein shakes are all "damaged fats" are toxic to your liver, brain and heart , , all vegetable oils ,,"polyunsaturated fats"" , over consumption of any fat including healthy fats like saturated fats will make you gain weight . Drinking alcohol including red wine are toxic to the liver ., The less you eat the longer and healthy you will be . A slow unhealthy liver cannot metabolise process any fats including healthy fats .

    The biggest problem with controlling diabetes (insulin) and weight through diet is that people are lazy . You can lead a horse to water but can't force them to drink. Most people rather eat fast food , , wheat , white flour , factory frozen food ,, can food , protein powder and dairy full of casein that destroy the cells in the pancreas and cause cancer and take pills or shoot insulin than to change their shitty eating habits .

    We live in an "instant gratification" society full of "lazy people" with zero 0 discipline or work ethic. Sad but true. If you want to lose weight watch your intake of "carbs" , keep your sugar level below 110 by intermittent fasting and eating less .People who eat less live longer . Be careful since the equivalent of 12 teaspoons of sugar happens very quickly. For example:

    1 cup of milk equals = 2 teaspoons of sugar *
    1 cup of rice (cooked) equals = 9 teaspoons of sugar*
    1 banana equals equals = 5 teaspoons of sugar •
    1 baked potato equals = 7 teaspoons of sugar •
    1 sweet potato = 8 teaspoons of sugar •
    1 cup of strawberries equals = 2.5 teaspoons of sugar (low sugar)*
    1/2grapefruit = 2 teaspoons of sugar –
    Coca cola (one can) – 8.25 teaspoons of sugar –
    Raisin Bran cereal – 7.75 teaspoons of sugar (per 100grams) –
    Grapes fruit – 4 teaspoons of sugar (per 100grams) –
    Tomatoes – 0.7 teaspoons of sugar (per 100grams) –
    1 Muffin (one chocolate chip muffin) – 4.75 teaspoons of sugar –
    Special K cereal – 3 teaspoons of sugar (per 100grams) – Corn Flakes –
    2.4 teaspoons of sugar (per 100grams) – Alpen cereal –
    5.75 teaspoons of sugar (per 100grams) – Mangos fruit –
    3.2 teaspoons of sugar (per 100grams) –

    A cup of seedless prunes has, in effect, 25 teaspoons of sugar ! Scientists find in comparing the sugar levels in the blood after the consumption of a snickers bar that has 8.5 teaspoons of sugar the same as two bread slices ! .
    The sugar equivalent is of 1 large bagel a whopping 12 teaspoons of sugar !…It is beyond what the body , the liver and pancreas can metabolize. We are practically growing "" cancer farms " .

    Lastly, it is worth noting that there are many breads that a single slice of which will raise your blood sugar more than a US Snickers bar (which has a GI of 68/97)…if the Glycemic Index can be believed.
    to be healthy you must keep your blood sugar below 110 ..everything including eating protein will raise your insulin !

    Keep your protein portions and meals small you cannot cheat your body Not even with paleo diet or ketogenic diet will not work for every one . Eating healthy and intermittent fasting is best solution to be slim and healthy for "" Me "" ) ..find what works for you , do experiment with your self and one day you will hit the solution that works for you …keep trying !

    Only water will not raise "insulin" hormone everything else including protein will raise your insulin , Try intermittent fasting . No carbs no cookies , no baked goods , keep your blood sugar around 110 or under .. The less you eat the better you control your insulin hormone and blood sugar and you gain no weight .
    If you're addicted to carbs and sweets you will not lose weight .Get rid of your addiction ! and control your "mental health" ;Cortisol and stress .Eat Salads with no oils , only with lemon or vinegar .If you go to bed late you will not lose weight , if you have sleep Apnea it will be very hard to lose weight go see a sleep doctor ,""sleep Apnea "" is a very serious sleep disorder disease .

    You can browse the table yourself to see. I’ve included some of the more interesting ones below. Breads that have a higher Glycemic Index than a Snickers bar: Also don't eat fruit if your plan is to lose weight ; all fruit will cause your blood sugar to go up .

    Every morning Instead eat one lime or lemon (organic) with warm filtered water everyday ,detox your liver ,kidneys with water and lemon . natural vitamin c from lime or lemons make your arteries strong and healthy and cleans your liver and kidneys water and lemon (warm) cold water is bad for your liver .
    For breakfast eat a high protein diet or better don't eat breakfast !..No refine carbs ,, not nuts ,lectins eat a Lectin-free diet , eat no fruit but eat salads every day . If you feel hungry drink a cup of organic coffee or eat oat meal with no sugar this will calm down your hunger spams .Coffee will calm down your hunger but don't drink more than two cups a day . Anything you eat should be organic close to mother nature .No factory food .Avoid all Restaurant food .

    Eat for your blood type are good diets for losing weight .Very important If you eat high protein diet with vegetable high in fibre make sure you take vitamin B-6 ,folic acid ,B-12 , choline , Vitamin C 3 grams a day to keep your "homocysteins" low in your blood so you don't get heart disease .Avoid all white flour , beans , corn but eat vegetables . Avoid damaged fats ,no cheese , no frying , no mayonnaise . no salad dressings . No fruit juice , no fruits are very high in sugar . Also over eating too much protein will raise your insulin and cause you to gain weight . Eat small not over eat on protein .

    To detox your liver and bring down estrogen eat sulphur vegetables ,Broccoli , cabbage ,onions ,garlic ,Red beets et.. Best supplement for the liver is ; ""Trimethylglycine"" (TMG) and "liopic acid " take 600 mg a day best for liver health to lose weight and drink no alcohol (NO Alcohol) . .

    "Excess sugar ""eventually affects every organ in the body, but initially, it is stored in the liver in the form of glucose (glycogen). Since the liver’s capacity is limited, a daily intake of refined sugar (above the required amount of natural sugar) soon makes the liver expand like a balloon. When the liver is filled to its maximum capacity, the excess glycogen is returned to the blood in the form of fatty acids.
    These are taken to every part of the body and stored in the most inactive areas: the belly, the buttocks, the breasts and the thighs. But then it affects vital organs like the heart and the kidneys.reason two meals a day is so beneficial is because it keeps insulin low and GH high. Insulin is the main hormone in your body that is responsible for fat storage.

    Every time we eat a meal ""insulin is raised"" . When "insulin is high" you will not be burning fat or losing weight. GH -"Growth hormone" on the other hand is the main fat burning hormone in your body. Therefore it would make sense that we would want to increase this as much as naturally possible. A combination of "intermittent fasting" and only having two meals a day can increase GH drastically. Increasing fat loss and weight loss results dramatically.

    Avoid all soy and flax seeds oils and fish oils supplements , avoid all polyunsaturated oils and food . Soy and flax seeds Though are not a chemical estrogen, but it is a plant-based estrogen, and can throw off your hormonal balance. Eat a anti-estronic diet ,Vitamin B-6 ,100 mg a day its good to take to lower estrogen ; Work out: Studies show that moderate exercise lowers estrogen levels. A 2011 study, for instance, found that premenopausal women who engaged in aerobic exercise for 300 minutes a week lowered total estrogen by nearly 19 percent.

    A 2013 study also found that aerobic exercise helps the body break down estrogen so it’s easier to flush away. Get enough sleep: When you don’t get enough sleep, you can not lose weight !! go to bed early 10:00 p.m. .. The levels of the so-called “sleep” hormone called melatonin is disrupted and you will not lose weight ! sleep !

    Turns out that melatonin hormone has a protective effect against ""excess estrogen" . A 1999 study, for example, showed that melatonin helped block the growth of ""estrogen-induced cancer cells"" . Use a water filter: Public water supplies often contain chlorine, fluoride, and other industrial chemicals that act as xenoestrogens. Use a quality filter to reduce your exposure best book for weight lose ;

    The only thing that doesn't raise the insulin hormone is plain water .Go buy this book and read it at least 4 times until all the information in the book is memorised in your brain ; The book by Dr. Jason Fung called ;

    The Obesity Code: Unlocking the Secrets of Weight Loss…/dp/1771641258

  35. Dropping the carbs, sugar and saturated fat is the key. Been diagonsed with fatty liver and had insulin resistance for years. Since dropping the above, increasing exercise, taking milk thistle and magnesium have been losing weight. But will look into her books and Livatone too.

  36. Excellent videos..You’re helping me & folks who struggle with weight & health issues. Thank you ! This Englishman Professor Roy Taylor impressed me years ago at reversing diabetes within weeks..Using a 600/800 Calories per day routine..Brilliant under rated man.. but very little Doctor or MSM interest..
    Big Companies cannot make money from Roy Taylor’s strict short term eating plans !

    This is Link to Reversing Diabetes by specific diet alone, by Professor Roy Taylor Newcastle University England.
    Cheers for all your excellent ideas !

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