Fast food 'severely' raises fat levels in liver and risk of fatty liver disease – study


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For the purpose of the research, fast food was classified as meals, including pizza, from either a drive-through restaurant or one without waiting staff.

Fatty liver measurements from 4,000 adults in the survey were compared to their fast-food consumption.

Of the 4,000, 52 percent consumed “some” fast food, while 29 percent consumed one-fifth or more daily calories from fast food.

Only those who got a fifth of their calories from fast food saw a rise in liver fat levels.



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