Regular fast food consumption linked to liver disorders

A new study from the University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine has linked regular consumption of fast food to life-threatening liver disease.

The study published this week suggests that eating fast foods may increase the risk of developing non-alcoholic fatty liver disease

While regular consumption of fast foods has been linked to obesity and diabetes

the researchers say it's one of the first studies to show a negative effect on the liver as well.

As part of the study, the researchers found that people who are obese or diabetic and also consume 20% of their daily energy

 from fast foods have incredibly high levels of fats in their livers compared to the same subgroup of people who eat less

Among the general population, people who get 20% of their daily energy from fast food also enjoy a slight increase

in liver fat compared to those who don't eat as much fast food.

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