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Oct 05
A new mouse study reveals that adding fructose to high fat diets disrupts fat burning in the liver through effects on fat oxidation genes and mitochondria.
Sep 24
High levels of the liver enzyme ALT indicates liver damage. Taking steps to lower ALT levels through diet, exercise, and other methods can help the liver recover. Learn more here.
Sep 19
Researchers find strains of gut bacteria that turn carbohydrates into alcohol. This may contribute to nonalcoholic fatty liver disease.

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Adam Mikolajczyk, MD

AASLD member Dr. Adam Mikolajczyk is a third-year fellow in the combined ABIM GI/Transplant Hepatology Pilot Program at the University of Chicago.