Sydney: Patients with a sedentary lifestyle who engage in routine physical activities have a lower risk of developing non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). The lower risk of problems associated with fatty liver did not depend on weight loss, but was a direct result of increased aerobic exercise. NAFLD affects 30 percent of the adult population and a majority of obese individuals.
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