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A two-trial repeated measures design will be employed in this investigation. Both the control trial and the exercise trial will last for 3 months. During a week before the start of the study, participants will complete dietary recalls and record their habitual physical activity using accelerometers. Thereafter, body composition, ultrasound imaging of the muscle and liver, biochemical and hematological markers were measured. This range of measurements will be repeated the ended ...
Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease is the most common cause of chronic liver diseases. The benign non-alcoholic fatty liver, characterized by excessive fat accumulation, can evolve into non-alcoholic steatohepatitis and liver cancer. The recommendation nowadays is a lifestyle change with physical exercise and diet to reduce liver fat and improve inflammation. Besides this, a leaky gut and dysbiosis have an impact on the liver, and exercise ameliorates the diversity of gut micro...
The type of physical activity such as, aerobic or resistant exercise required to reduce liver fat content in patient with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) remains unclear. The purpose of this study is to determine whether aerobic exercise should provide improvement of hepatic fat content and inflammation as well as metabolic profiles and anthropometric parameters better than resistant exercise.
The purpose of this research is to provide a better understanding of how exercise (walking) affects non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) in overweight people. NAFLD, which is common in obese people, occurs when the liver has too much fat.
This project examines the effects of a 4 month structured exercise intervention program in patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). We will examine changes in total and depot-specific (i.e.in different tissues, liver, muscle and pancreas)fat. We will correlate these with measurements of the insulin from the liver. The hypothesis is that by reducing fat in these specific depots we can reduce insulin resistance and prevent progression to diabetes.
Moderate exercise with a low fat and/or a moderate fat with low processed carbohydrate diet will have a greater effect on slowing disease progression and reversing hepatic steatosis and/or necro-inflammation in the liver of adult patients with NAFLD and NASH when compared to a regular healthy diet alone.
Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease is the most common cause of chronic liver disease in the western world, affecting one in every three subjects. The investigators hypothesize that a patient population without known liver disease has a certain percentage of patients with liver fibrosis who are undiagnosed and not monitored.
Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease is the most common cause of chronic liver disease worldwide. It is defined as the accumulation of fat (>5%) in the liver cells in the absence of excessive alcohol intake or other causes of liver disease including viral, drug-induced, or autoimmune. Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease is a hepatic manifestation of metabolic syndrome.
Approximately 65% of obese individuals have non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), and this condition is strongly related to the development of insulin resistance and diabetes. Innovative lifestyle strategies to treat NAFLD are critically needed. The proposed research will demonstrate that alternate day fasting (ADF) combined with exercise is an effective non-pharmacological therapy to help obese prediabetic individuals with NAFLD reduce fatty liver and prevent progression ...
The principal purpose of this study is to determine whether increased intakes of n-3 polyunsaturated (omega-3) fatty acids will reduce the amount of fat stored in the liver in patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
Background: - Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease is the most common form of liver disease in the United States. It includes many conditions. Researchers want to study fatty liver disease by looking at people who have liver cirrhosis. They also want to look at people who are or were listed for liver transplants. Genetic studies may provide more information on the causes of these conditions. Objectives: - To study possible genetic causes of non-alcoholic fatty liver...
The non-alcoholic fatty liver disease is increasing and associated with obesity, diabetes and hyperlipidemia in recent years. Aerobic exercise indeed reduces adipose, hepatic insulin resistance and hepatic fat. However, diaphragmatic breathing improves cardiopulmonary function, the oxygen content of the body and therefore reduces inflammation of cells. The aim of this study is to ameliorate hepatic inflammation by using diaphragmatic breathing exercises instead of aerobic exerc...
Fatty liver has been associated with high risk of progression to inflammation of the liver, liver cirrhosis (hardening of the liver), and eventually can lead to liver cancer. So far, the treatment for this condition involves controlling the cholesterol level in the body by practicing low fat diet and daily exercise. However, recently there has been evidence that alteration of the normal population of various types of bacteria that lives in the intestines may contributes to the ...
in this study, the investigators compare the effect of interval training exercise and electroacupuncture on liver functions in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease patients
The prevalence of NAFLD is 50-70% in obese people. A decrease of calorie intake and increase of physical activity are recommended as an effective approach for the prevention and treatment of NAFLD. However, the exercise model for NAFLD intervention is understudied. In the present study we aim to compare the effect of intensive and conventional exercise interventions on NAFLD.
Aim: 1. To determine the prevalence of fatty liver in a cohort of patients hospitalized with chest pain in the Cardiology department. 2. To assess the effect of statins on the prevalence of fatty liver by a cross sectional survey of patients hospitalized with chest pain.
This study investigates the relation between the gastrointestinal tract bacteria and the progression of fatty liver disease .
Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is the leading cause of chronic liver disease in the United States. The most advanced forms of NAFLD are associated with increased liver-related mortality and lower overall survival. The current standard of care for NAFLD is lifestyle changes through diet and exercise. The human genome and regulation of gene expression is influenced by physical activity. NAFLD is a prothrombotic state with derangements in all three phases of hemostasis l...
The purpose of this study is to evaluate how the liver receives and uses fats for energy. This will help the investigators further understand the physical and chemical processes responsible for Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD) in overweight females with or without NAFLD who are scheduled to undergo gastric bypass surgery.
It is an observational study of non alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) patients with a calculated sample size of 90. Liver biopsy proved NAFLD patients will be recruited in this study for 2 years follow-up. Patients will be assessed at baseline, at every six months for blood count, liver function test, fasting blood-glucose, fasting insulin, ferritin, liver ultrasonography, and liver stiffness.
Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is the most common type of liver disease in the United States. The incidence of NAFLD is very similar to that of obesity, type 2 diabetes, and the metabolic syndrome. The investigators hypothesize that there may be a relationship between over-nutrition, decreased physical activity and the development of fatty liver. The purpose of this study is to identify the types of fats and proteins, and the quantity of each, that are associated w...
background: Obesity, diabetes mellitus type II and fatty liver disease combining with low levels of physical activity are prominent health risks for mortality and morbidity. More than 1/3 of the current population is suffering from obesity with a significant proportion to medical complications which can negatively influence their quality of life. These complications comprise alterations of the metabolism of glucose and fat, insulin resistance and diabetes mellitus. Objectives T...
L-carnitine is an amino acid that is naturally produced in the liver and kidneys, it is involved in transporting fatty acids across the mitochondrial membrane, it could be an important component in treating a fatty liver disease. The investigators conduct a study to evaluate the efficacy of the combination of L-Carnitine and Magnesium as a treatment for fatty liver.
Frailty is common in patients with end-stage liver disease. It's characterized by reduced strength, low endurance and reduced physical function. While exercise intervention can improve frailty in geriatric patients without liver disease, whether or not exercise intervention can improve frailty in liver transplant candidates remains unknown.
Fatty liver is known to be one of the most frequent liver pathologies in IBD patients (35-40%). Despite this fact, there are only few publications that evaluated the prevalence of fatty liver in IBD patients. Moreover, the pathogenesis of this phenomenon in IBD has not been widely investigated. The paradox of lean patients and fatty liver can be explained by high use of steroids, by rapid weight loss, and by the abundance of TNFα cytokine in IBD patients that causes insulin ...