Yeast: One of the Biggest Culprits of Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease

Yeast: One of the Biggest Culprits of Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease

What is the major factor in developing fatty liver disease or NAFLD (non-alcoholic fatty liver disease)?

Are you overweight?

Can’t quit with the carbs?

Ever been on antibiotics?

That’s it!

Up until about 10 years ago fatty liver disease was a rarity and only reserved for people with alcoholic issues. People can actually drink themselves to death and then cause liver dysfunction to the point that the body will shut down and die all while demanding more of what was killing it…more alcohol! Amazing that we as human beings can slowly and habitually kill ourselves and not be able to turn the thing around as the toilet is being flushed on our lives.

Fatty Liver…not just for alcoholics anymore!

Fatty liver is the new catch-phrase that is taking the health world by storm. We, at Skinny Up!® have had the opportunity to address this successfully in recent years.

Turns out that our liver does pretty much everything, making it second only to the brain in magnificence.

The liver:

  • Runs our B vitamins, Vitamin D, and Vitamin A
  • Produces bile which breaks down fats in our diet
  • Makes cholesterol which is very important for almost everything concerning the brain, blood vessels, etc.
  • Is in charge of blood sugar conversion to glycogen
  • Clears the body of toxicity (both environmental and pharmaceutical) by removing ammonia, bacteria, and yeast
  • Helps with blood health concerning bilirubin and hemoglobin through the processing of iron. That’s why mom used make you eat liver…to build the blood…and she didn’t even know it!

Obviously the liver does it all and when it all starts to head south. You don’t realize it but the symptoms slowly become your reality. Your protein becomes a problem, your hormones start to get off balance, your digestion gets screwed up and your immune function takes a huge hit.

Why Skinny Up!®?

Skinny Up!® Yeast Redux is specifically designed to address the major component in why the body would continue, like an alcoholic, to abuse itself even when it is unhealthy. You see, yeast overgrowth due to over judicious use of unnecessary antibiotic therapy shouldn’t be overlooked and should be a major consideration when it comes to non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.

Like an alcoholic, sugar is addictive… duh! Like an alcoholic, yeast is a driving force in a body that is overtaken.

Sugar is the answer to why there is chronic yeast overgrowth in the body. Just like alcohol, the habit will not be quelled, silenced or subdued. Chronic yeast overgrowth has to be drained of its resources. The cause must be removed and constant vigilance must be employed to protect against reinfection.

If this overgrowth isn’t taken care of, the liver is overcome with fat as it is overtaken bit by bit. It becomes dysfunctional at first then useless as time goes on as it becomes unable to supply the body with nutrition or blood but becomes a solid piece of meat, not a functioning life-giving and life-saving organ.

Skinny Up!®  Yeast Redux is that answer.

Specifically designed to address the yeast overgrowth in the gut and elsewhere, Skinny Up!® Yeast Redux gives refuge to the ailing liver when sugar is causing the body to demand even more sugar under the rulership of yeast. Too much sugar must be stored as fat. In fact, too much sugar creates so much fat that the liver can no longer burn it which creates a storage problem called obesity. This inescapable cycle is self propagating and self destructive. Yeast propagates yeast propagates yeast…more sugar eaten…more sugar eaten…more fat produced…more fat produced…bigger butt…bigger butt. I think you get where I’m going with that.

So, it truly isn’t your fault. Not that we’re blaming everything on your doctor or parents, but that yeast is the driving factor of your obesity…not sugar. Sugar is the byproduct of the demand by yeast to propagate and flourish.

Skinny Up!® Yeast Redux…The beginning of the treatment of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.