I’ve written before about fatty liver here, here, and here, for example. Fatty liver by itself may not be very harmful but sometimes it progresses to liver inflammation called steatohepatitis. Which can lead to cirrhosis. Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease is the second leading cause for liver transplantation in the U.S., after viral hepatitis.
You only have one liver, so be nice to it.
How common is fatty liver in the U.S. among those with T2 diabetes? From Diabetes Care:
The overall prevalence of NAFLD [non-alcoholic fatty liver disease] was >70% (47% with NAFL [non-alcoholic fatty liver] plus 26% with NASH [non-alcoholic steatohepatitis], for a total of >18 million patients with T2D having NAFLD (not including patients in the U.S. with undiagnosed T2D).
Source: Time to Include Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis in the Management of Patients With Type 2 Diabetes | Diabetes Care
Steve Parker, M.D.
PS: One way to get fat out of your liver is to lose excess fat body weight. Let me help you.