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Eat Your Way to a Healthier Liver

Eat your way to a healthier liver

What you consume influences the health of your liver. For instance, unhealthy lifestyle choices contribute to the lion’s share of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) cases. NAFLD is the most common liver condition in the U.S. Anyone can develop liver disease. Modifying your diet will help you eat your way to a healthier liver. How Food Affects … Read more

Liver & Heart Disease—What’s the Link?

Liver disease and heart disease- What's the link_

It’s not uncommon for health conditions to overlap; read our latest blog on liver and heart disease to see what the link between the 2 is! According to the American Heart Association, about 25% of adults worldwide experience an accumulation of fat buildup in their liver. This buildup is referred to as non-alcoholic fatty liver … Read more

What is a Fibroscan | Testing Preparation, Procedure and Results

So what's a fibroscan anyway?

As a part of our metabolic health initiative (MHI) here at Synergy Healthcare, we offer FREE fibroscans for adults at risk of developing liver disease. So, what’s a fibroscan anyway? This simple test provides many benefits to you and your health. Here’s what makes this technology such a valuable healthcare tool. Transient Elastography FDA-approved transient … Read more

NASH: How It’s All Connected

Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH)

Our bodies are a framework of interconnected systems working together. Often when an ailment attacks one part of our body, we have a higher risk of developing issues in other parts. Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) is a liver disease common in individuals with hypertension and diabetes. How it’s all connected is the driving force behind a … Read more

The Link Between Fatty Liver Disease and Diabetes

The link between fatty liver disease and diabetes - learn more in our blog.

If you have fatty liver disease (NAFLD), your risk of developing diabetes is much higher than that of someone who doesn’t. With November being national diabetes month, we want to take this opportunity to talk about the link between fatty liver disease and diabetes. You can learn all you need to know about this connection … Read more

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