It’s the deadly disease most Americans don’t realize they have.
I’m talking about the “silent killer” better known as non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
By the time you realize you have it, NAFLD has often already progressed to scarring or hardening of the liver (cirrhosis)… or even fatal conditions.
Fortunately, new research has found a “spicy” way to SLASH your risk – and all you need is THIS wonder supplement…
Protect your liver… the “spicy” way!
NAFLD is the most common liver disease in the U.S.
In fact, reports show that roughly 80 to 100 million Americans are affected by it.
And that’s a BIG problem… because NAFLD can lead to liver cirrhosis, liver failure, or liver cancer.
So what’s the answer?
Curcumin. That’s right… the main ingredient of turmeric, the fragrant orange spice used for thousands of years for its medicinal purposes.
In a new study published in the journal Drug Research, researchers recruited 87 patients diagnosed with NAFLD and split them into two groups:
- One group took 1,000mg of curcumin daily for eight weeks;
- And the second group received a placebo in the same time frame.
The researchers found curcumin supplementation significantly reduced body mass index and waist circumference.
And that’s great news because obesity is a major risk factor for NAFLD!
What’s more, ultrasonographic liver scans showed that 75 percent of those who took curcumin experienced significant improvements in overall liver health.
And they also experienced significant improvements in liver volume, liver blood flow, and liver vein diameter.
If that doesn’t make you want to run out to your local pharmacy – or shop online if your state has stay-at-home orders right now – I don’t know what will.
I recommend taking 1,000mg of curcumin daily.
There are lots of curcumin supplements on the market right now, but whatever you buy, make sure to pair up any use of curcumin with black pepper.
Black pepper’s active compound, piperine, is what makes curcumin do its magic. That’s because piperine shields curcumin from damaging your digestive juices and acids so it reaches your cells.