Short-term Dietary Interventions for the Management of Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver

Author(s): Caroline S. Stokes*, Frank Lammert, Marcin Krawczyk.

Journal Name: Current Medicinal Chemistry

Volume 26 , Issue 19 , 2019

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Abstract:

Background: Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) affects millions of individuals on a global scale and currently no gold standard treatment exists. The risk of developing NAFLD is considerably higher with increasing body mass index. Consequently, weight loss should be recommended to all overweight patients with fatty liver. However, lifestyle interventions, irrespective of weight status, may also influence the condition. The aim herein is to present examples of short-term interventions which assess direct effects of dietary-related components on hepatic steatosis.

Methods: This review includes studies with short-term dietary-related interventions of up to 16 weeks that evaluate their efficacy in reducing intrahepatic lipid contents (hepatic steatosis). This review primarily focuses on the three main macronutrients: dietary carbohydrates, fats and proteins.

Results: High saturated fat intake and high consumption of carbohydrates, particularly from simple sugars such as fructose are reported as risk factors for hepatic steatosis. Overall, shortterm hypocaloric diets have shown beneficial effects in reducing intrahepatic lipid contents. Macronutrient manipulations such as carbohydrate restriction as well as the consumption of unsaturated fatty acids are also reported to have efficacious effects.

Conclusion: This review highlights the different dietary interventions that can influence hepatic steatosis in the short term, illustrating both pro and anti-steatotic effects.

Keywords: Carbohydrate, fructose, hepatic steatosis, hypocaloric, nutrition, protein, vitamin D.

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