General & Misc

What is a Fatty Liver?

All of our organs contain some level of fat. This is not necessarily a bad thing, because fat cells are protecting, and they are a great resource for storing extra energy.

After having a meal, the intestines absorbs the fat, and the fat enters the bloodstream, which transfers the fat straight to the liver. The fat is converted by the metabolic process in the liver, and eventually converted to energy.