As you probably already know, the liver is an important organ as it transforms toxins into waste, which the body then removes through urine and feces. This is a rather demanding function as nowadays, our way of life is full of toxins.
Unfortunately, as time passes by, the liver can become sluggish and overwhelmed and this usually results in the inability to eliminate toxins properly. Instead, it stores them in fat cells, mostly in the belly area.
Two types of fatty livers diseases exist Non-alcoholic fatty livers disease and alcoholic livers disease. The alcoholic livers disease appears as a result of excessive consumption of alcoholic drinks, and the non-alcoholic fatty livers disease is a result of some non-alcoholic factors such as high cholesterol, large consumption of processed and fast foods, genetics or chemical influences.