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Ep. 68: Oxidative Stress, Choline Deficiency, and Exporting Liver Fat (NAFLD Part 6)

Duration: 01:06:37
In this episode we discuss:

How excess oxidative stress causes fat to accumulate in the liver




How a choline or methionine deficiency can contribute to fatty liver




Another mechanism by which PUFA cause fatty liver disease




How folate and vitamin B12 deficiencies can contribute to fatty li
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In this episode we discuss:

How excess oxidative stress causes fat to accumulate in the liver




How a choline or methionine deficiency can contribute to fatty liver




Another mechanism by which PUFA cause fatty liver disease




How folate and vitamin B12 deficiencies can contribute to fatty liver




How PUFA decrease LDL and why this is NOT beneficial for general metabolic health or liver health




 

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Timestamps:

3:48 – how fat gets exported from our livers and why it matters in NAFLD

8:40 – how a choline, methionine, folate, or B12 deficiency can inhibit the liver’s ability to export fat


19:05 – how oxidative stress caused by PUFA and other factors inhibits the liver’s ability to export fat

27:50 – research showing that PUFA causes oxidative stress that inhibits the liver’s ability to export fat


42:11 – why lowering LDL by eating PUFA is NOT beneficial, both for general metabolic health and liver health

59:57 – other factors that drive oxidative stress and inhibit the liver’s ability to export fat
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