The problem of liver-related diseases is increasing due to irregular eating and random lifestyle. Fatty liver is a major problem in liver problems, which can cause various serious diseases and health complications including diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, and high blood pressure. “By controlling the amount of fat or fat of the liver, keeping it below five percent, then these serious diseases and health complications can be avoided.”
Professor Shiv Kumar Sarin, director of the Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences, New Delhi, has said these things. He was addressing an online event organized by CSIR-Central Drug Research Institute (CDRI), Lucknow on the occasion of 79th Foundation Day of the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR). Professor Shiv Kumar Sarin shared interesting ways to spread awareness about the importance of liver health for a healthy, happy, and long life.
The liver, also known as the liver or liver, is an important internal organ of our body. The liver is also known as the largest gland of the body and the second largest organ. Bile producing liver helps in the breakdown of fat. Its function is to detoxify various metabolites, make biochemical elements necessary for protein synthesis and digestion.
A normal liver definitely contains a certain amount of fat. However, sometimes the amount of unnecessary fat in the liver cells increases. This condition is called a fatty liver, which is a serious disease. Fatty liver problems can usually occur in two forms – non-alcoholic fatty liver and alcoholic fatty liver. Incorrect food intake, regular and high intake of body fat, obesity, and genetic factors may be responsible for fatty liver.
Professor Sarin reported that “ALT / SGPT enzymes in blood serum to keep the liver healthy, also known as alanine aminotransferase/serum glutamic-pyruvic transaminase, are lower than 30 international units per liter (IU /L) in men. And women should be less than 20 IU /L. This enzyme is released into the blood when liver tissue is damaged. ” Professor Sarin stated that ALT / SGPT enzyme is an indicator of liver health. By looking at the level of criteria related to this, one can remain alert to the health of his liver. He has also expressed willingness to do research in this direction with CSIR-CDRI and Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences.