How to Treat Fatty Liver Disease in Kids

Fatty liver disease is a greater health concern for children who are overweight or obese. As a parent of a child who struggles with excessive weight gain, it is important to understand the risk factors associated with fatty liver disease and ways to mitigate them. Here is our best advice for how to create a healthy lifestyle for your family.

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