regarding this topic, we can show you two different aspects of problems involving the liver. First one is getting a fatty liver. In this case, it is a consequence of obesity and excess of lipoid tissue in the area of the abdomen due to insulin resistance. Such resistance makes that muscle, fat, and liver cells to respond abnormally to insulin, and levels of the hormone build up in the blood.
Some of those fat molecules grow in number inside liver cells. Then, those fattened cells may lead to inflammation in the liver and later, the surrounding liver tissue gets affected too. For this type of disorder, weight loss is the primary treatment.
The second one is having weight loss as part of the problem, and its relationship with liver failures. As you can see so far, malnutrition is a standard marker in people coping with liver disease. Most of the factors of the disease affect the patient’s food intake, and it decreases. Symptoms like early satiety due to ascites or nausea and vomiting become an everyday routine. Not only that, most of the restrictive, uneatable diets advised, add to the worsening nutritional situation.