Non-Alcoholic fatty liver disease is caused by consuming too much fructose. It is easy to do, because fructose is the number one source of calories in America. An excellent video is the first link that explains the whole thing. It is produced by the University of California.
Fatigue is definitely related. Also the insulin resistance. As you will see in the two videos, it is very serious. The first video explains that fructose is metabolized almost exactly like alcohol. Same pathway, same end products, same damage to the body. In fact, a twelve ounce can of soda is exactly the same as a twelve ounce can of beer.
The second video is an interview with Dr. Richard Johnson MD, one of our leading authorities on uric acid and high blood pressure and how they are related to fructose.
· 9 years ago