10/16/2007

The risk for non-alcoholic fatty liver disease may be higher for people who eat high glycemic index diets compared with people who eat low GI foods, a new study found. Researchers said high GI diets spur insulin secretion, which may lead to fatty buildup around the liver and, subsequently, conditions such as hepatitis, cirrhosis and other liver-related conditions.

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