First of all I would want a proper diagnosis.
Blood tests of liver function may show some abnormalities. Other tests such as ultrasound scan or CT scan may suggest a fatty liver disease. I certainly would not trust a diagnosis made by iridology.
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There is no specific treatment for NAFLD (non alcoholic fatty liver disease) that all doctors agree on.
However, there is good evidence that gradual weight loss coupled with increased exercise can reduce the amount of fat in your liver.
In mild cases of fatty liver, most doctors will concentrate on treating conditions such as obesity and diabetes that can cause fat to build up. They will also treat disorders such as high blood pressure and high cholesterol that often go along with fatty liver.
Most people with simple fatty liver who do not drink excess alcohol are obese. The factors that determine who will develop fatty liver are not known. Some mildly overweight people develop fatty liver while some who are severely obese do not.
Simple fatty liver usually causes no problems and rarely progresses. However, as mentioned, it can be a 'marker' for heavy alcohol drinking, which if continued, can cause more serious problems. Simple fatty liver may reverse and go away by stopping alcohol (if alcohol is the cause), with weight loss (if obese), or with good control of diabetes (if diabetes is the cause).
Such problems as low blood sugar liver disease diabetes parasites metabolic dysfunction menopause or emotional stress may also trigger excessive sweating and body odor. Patients with liver disorders may smell of ammonia,
Factors that can make body odour worse include:
* Being obese. * Eating a diet that is high in spicy foods.
* Having certain medical conditions, such as diabetes.
Please note that overweight and anxiety can be the cause of body odour and fatigue.
Being anaemic can cause fatigue, so can auto immune diseases.
If you are really troubled you should consult a doctor, not believe someone who goes on the colour etc of your iris. That is most unreliable