Bee pollen with fatty liver?

by tc
(nj)

Is it safe to take bee pollen when you are diagnosed with fatty liver?


Angela's Comments:

A fatty liver is the result of the accumulation of excess fat in liver cells. Fatty tissue slowly builds up in the liver when a person’s diet exceeds the amount of fat his or her body can handle.

Bee pollen is low in saturated fat, so it should not be a problem to consume it if you have a fatty liver. However, speak to your Doctor before consuming bee pollen to be safe.

Bee healthy,
Angela

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