Understanding, Preventing, and Managing Fatty Liver Disease

In contemporary society, the acceleration of lifestyle pace and changes in dietary habits have made fatty liver disease a common liver condition. Unlike colds or fevers that come with obvious discomforts, fatty liver disease silently invades our health.

Fatty liver disease, also known as hepatic steatosis, is a condition characterized by an excessive accumulation of fat within liver cells. This pathological state isn't an independent disease but rather a liver alteration caused by various factors. Normally, liver cells contain no fat or just trace amounts. When the fat content in liver cells exceeds 5%, it's classified as fatty liver disease.