The largest solid organ in the body is the liver and its main function is to transform toxins into waste, and then, the body removes them through urine and feces. This is one of the most important functions of our body due to the true fact that today and nowadays we are constantly and each and every day surrounded by pollutants and toxins.
Very unfortunately, our livers can become very overwhelmed and therefore not capable to remove, which is, to get rid of the waste, that can consequently lead to storage in fat cells, most often in the area of our belly.
The is naturally an organ that contains fat so therefore there shall be some fat in it at all times, but when the case is that the fat is more than 5 to 10 percent of the total weight of the organ, it results to a fatty liver.
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.