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Could your fatigue, weight gain, high triglycerides and abdominal discomfort be signs of a fatty liver?
One middle aged woman was shocked to be given this increasingly common diagnosis when her doctor became concerned about her abnormal liver enzyme levels.
Georgia Noble saw her doctor to find out why she was feeling a persistent dull ache under her rib cage, occasionally felt dizzy and was fatigued even after drinking her third cup of coffee for the day. Her ultrasound results confirmed that she had fatty liver disease. Since Georgia doesn’t drink alcohol and tries to follow a healthy diet, she was baffled by this unsettling news. Then when her doctor said a biopsy would be needed if it got worse, she decided to take action and do some research.
Georgia learned that non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), can affect postmenopausal women who’ve gained weight even when eating so called “healthy foods”, such as whole grain bread. Elevated cholesterol levels, particularly triglycerides, and prediabetes can cause the liver to build up fat, leading to inflammation and a decrease in liver function.
Thankfully, she visited my website, annlouise.com, and learned about an important nutrient deficiency that afflicts many women today – choline! Choline increases bile production in the liver to help break down fat in the foods we eat. It also helps to thin the bile so that it can do the important work of flushing accumulated toxins from the liver.
Choline plays a crucial role in facing the current challenge of COVID. More than ever before it’s important to cleanse fat from our livers. A new study shows that people with healthy livers are up to 85% less likely to suffer severe COVID infections than those with fatty liver disease. Part of the reason for this is that a fatty liver can’t effectively balance blood sugar. And high blood sugar can lead to diabetes, which, along with inflammation, heart disease and high blood pressure are all co-morbidities connected to negative COVID outcomes.
Little did I know when I helped to develop Uni Key Health’s Bile Builder supplement that it would come to the rescue at such a time as this. It contains 500 mgs of choline, which is the physician recommended daily amount for helping the liver to break down fat. But Bile Builder goes even further with its synergistic combination of choline, taurine, beet root, pancreatic lipase, ox bile and Collinsonia root (stone root) to help your body produce, thin out and move bile efficiently to support liver and gallbladder function.
With her doctor’s approval, Georgia began taking Bile Builder 2x per day while improving her diet and walking more. After a week she noticed her energy returning. And a month later she got the good news from her doctor that her blood work was significantly improving. Now, thanks to Bile Builder, two years later Georgia says she still feels amazing and energetic.
Jasmine T., another satisfied Bile Builder customer, recently wrote, “After my first purchase, I never want to have to go without it. After large meals especially, I oftentimes feel heavy and have such slow digestion. This helps my stomach feel lighter because I am able to digest so much better.” And Susan V. says, “Love this product! I take Bile Builder before every meal! Helps in digestion of fatty foods and also has kept me from gaining weight.”
Valerie F. also feels that she can’t live without Bile Builder. “This product has been a life-saver for me since I no longer have a gallbladder. It has really helped with keeping my weight down and my liver flushed as well.”
Please check out my latest blog, The Little-Known Cholesterol Test That Could Save Your Life and do take the time to listen to my recent podcast, Pandemic Prevention and Protection at The Cellular Level – Episode 58, with Dr. Leo Galland.
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