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Veli-Jussi Jalkanen,
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Fatty liver is a common ailment

Finnish nutritional recommendations encourage people to eat a lot of carbohydrates, and sugar 10% of energy.

When you do this the intestine develops carbohydrate-favoring bacteria, which creates an addiction to quick-absorbing food. This ensures continued weight gain and deteriorating public health, just as has happened already.

The active advocate of sugar and high carbohydrate is Professor of Nutrition Fogelholm from the University of Helsinki, who is also a member of the State Nutrition Advisory Board and thus the country's "top" nutritional advisor. Of course, his policy is explained by the fact that he has made also "projects" for Coca Cola.

The pharmaceutical industry has taken care or its "sales promotion policy" so well that many Finnish nutrition researchers and opinion leaders think, atonishingly, along the same lines.

Independent nutrition researchers all over the world recommend low-carb (ketogenic) diet that concentrates mainly (40-60% of energy) on good fats (fish, butter, seed, nut, egg, and avocado, coconut, olive, hemp, shiya and flax cold pressed) with a large amount of seed and other vegetable fibers (50 g / 1000 kcal) and vegetables and high quality protein. Only  whole grain based carbohydrates are recommended, and only about 30 g / day.

This way the liver will remain healthy, one keeps slim and medical expenses are history.

Of course, this does not please the huge medical care cluster who gets its money (over 20 billion!) from ill people, and therefore the false nutrition advice is continued, the state does not make a preventative public health program, and the citizens, starting with the children, get fat with their fatty livers.