Obese people are wary of stubborn liver

Obese people are wary of stubborn liver

Hepatic liver refers to the deformation of excessive accumulation of helium in hepatocytes due to various reasons.

Adult liver disease is a serious threat to the health of Chinese people and has become the second largest liver disease after viral hepatitis. It has been recognized as a common cause of occult cirrhosis.

Hepatic liver is a common clinical phenomenon, not an independent disease.

Its clinical manifestations are asymptomatic, and the severe cases are fierce.

In general, unfortunately, liver is a reversible disease, and early diagnosis and timely treatment can often return to normal.

With the improvement of people’s living standards and changes in dietary structure, the unfortunate liver known as the modern “rich disease” has increased significantly in its incidence.

A recent survey showed that 20% of adults with liver complications occurred in adults around 30 years old in Guangzhou.
30%, a university in Shanghai has a transformation of liver.

8%, a university in Beijing has a transformation of 11%.

What kind of disease is the liver?

What harm does it have to human health?

How to prevent and treat sputum?

On these questions, the reporter interviewed Dr. Hou Peng, director of the Department of Gastroenterology, 304 Hospital of the People’s Liberation Army

The function of the liver and Dr. He Huhou first speak from the function of the liver.

He said that the liver is the largest chemical plant in the human body, and it bears important functions such as digestion, detoxification, and secretion. People’s life activities are inseparable from it.

The nutrients we eat in three meals a day must rely on the liver for processing, in order to provide the needs of human life activities.

It can be said that if the human body has no liver, there will be no life, the liver will be damaged, and health will be compromised. Therefore, caring for the liver means caring for life.

Dr. Hou said that normal human liver tissue contains a small amount of small amounts, such as triglycerides, phospholipids, glycolipids and cholesterol, which weighs about 4% of the liver weight.

If for some reason the abnormal accumulation of the liver inside, more than 10%, or even 15% of the weight of the liver, it is called abnormal liver.

It is the scourge of eating and drinking: the common cause of liver in adults is the cause of liver in some adults. Dr. Hou said that the increase in the incidence of liver in pregnant women is closely related to the improvement of people’s living standards and changes in diet.

Including nutritional disorders, heavy drinking, diabetes, hepatitis, metabolism and endocrine disorders and many other reasons.

One of the causes: long-term alcohol abuse.

After alcohol enters the human body, it is mainly catabolized in the liver. The toxicity of alcohol to liver cells causes the liver cells to block the decomposition and metabolism of fatty acids, causing the deposition of harmful substances in the liver and causing unfortunate liver.

The more you drink, the more serious your liver will be.

The second cause: overnutrition.

Long-term intake of excessive animal waste, vegetable oil, protein and residues, these foods can not be fully utilized in the body, excess nutrients are converted into feces stored, leading to obesity, hyperlipidemia and fecal liver.

According to a study in Heilongjiang, the incidence of unfortunate liver in severely obese children is as high as 80%, and there are 8 unfortunate livers among the 10 “fat”.

The third cause: malnutrition.

Dr. Hou’s candidate said that obese people are prone to have fecal liver, but it is not that thin people will not get fecal liver. It is often found in clinical practice that some people are very thin but also have hepatitis.

Long-term malnutrition, certain certain proteins and vitamins, can also cause nutritional deficiency in obese liver.