Physical activity and liver diseases.

  title={Physical activity and liver diseases.},
  author={A Berzigotti and Uttara Saran and Jean François Dufour},
  volume={63 3},
UNLABELLED Regular physical activity beneficially impacts the risk of onset and progression of several chronic diseases. However, research regarding the effects of exercising on chronic liver diseases is relatively recent. Most researchers focused on nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), in which increasing clinical and experimental data indicate that skeletal muscle crosstalking to the adipose tissue and the liver regulates intrahepatic fat storage. In this setting, physical activity is… CONTINUE READING
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