Did you know that a fatty liver is not as efficient at removing harmful substances as a healthy liver? It makes sense, doesn’t it?

Fatty liver is the result of fat accumulation in the liver. It is the fastest growing disease of the digestive systemcaused by the “modern way of life” and Western diet. The most common cause is elevated liver enzymes.

Don’t worry, you’re not alone. Statistics show that this chronic liver disease affects 34% of the general population, 55% of individuals with type 2 diabetes, and 75% of obese people.

The liver is the largest gland and the second largest organ in our body, responsible for over 500 vital functions. It is also the only internal organ that has the ability to regenerate itself.

4 main stages of fatty liver development – Take action as early as the first step

  1. Fatty liver – excess fat accumulates
  2.  In addition to excess fat, inflammation occurs
  3.  Inflammation leads to the formation of scars in the liver 
  4. The scars expand and result in liver cirrhosis , a life-threatening condition that can cause liver failure.

To recognize signs of fatty liver, pay attention to the following symptoms: 

Fatigue and weakness, mild pain in the center or below the right rib cage, elevated liver enzymes, elevated cholesterol and/or triglycerides in laboratory findings.

During the inflammation phase, loss of appetite, nausea and vomiting, moderate to severe abdominal pain, as well as yellowing of the eyes and skin may occur. Therefore, it is very important to have regular medical check-ups.

Treatment and Prognosis

Proper diet, weight reduction, treatment of digestive disorders, etc., usually lead to recovery.

Fatty liver is a condition that can be cured if recognized and provided with timely medical advice and assistance. Generally, it has a good prognosis with rare exacerbations of the disease.

How can you further help your liver and support fat metabolism?

The plant milk thistle has long been known for its protective and regenerative effects on the liver, thanks to its main active ingredient silymarin.

Numerous studies have confirmed that milk thistle, either alone or in combination with vitamin E and other antioxidants, can reduce inflammation and damage in fatty liver.

Our digestive system actually has difficulty utilizing milk thistle, which is why phytosomal extracts are better (simply put, milk thistle is enclosed within microscopic oil droplets).

Phytosomal form demonstrates better absorption and more efficient intracellular penetration compared to conventional extracts on the market. Due to its higher bioavailability, phytosomal milk thistle extract is effective even in smaller doses.

DAMASALIS has developed a product for the health of your liver, with a unique composition and a 7-in-1 action:

SILYSMART® contains a phytosomal form of milk thistle extract that our body can better utilize, resulting in a 7 times stronger absorption compared to conventional products on the market – it regenerates and protects the liver, cleanses the body from free radicals and toxins from medications, supports the liver and gallbladder in fat digestion, slows down the growth of tumor cells, protects against oxidative stress, reduces fatigue, and restores energy.

  • Reduced glutathione, the strongest antioxidant in our body, which further protects the liver from accumulated toxins 
  • Choline bitartrate promotes fat breakdown and supports liver function 
  • Vitamin E protects liver cells from oxidative stress

The liver doesn’t cause pain, but we cannot survive without it! Pay attention to the symptoms of an overloaded liver and take immediate action.

*Product results may vary from person to person and may differ from those described on the website.


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