Fast food intake ‘significantly more deleterious’ among adults with obesity, diabetes

Consuming at least 20% of daily calories from fast food correlated with an increased risk for nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, with more damaging effects among individuals with underlying metabolic comorbidities.“Fast food consumption has been linked to diabetes and obesity, but there is very little clinical or population-based data on how eating fast foods impact the risk of fatty liver, which is a diet-sensitive liver disease that can lead to cirrhosis and liver cancer,” Ani Kardashian, MD, assistant professor of gastrointestinal and liver disease at the University of SouthernRead More

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