Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease is having excessive hepatic fat (in the form of triglycerides) accumulation not due to excessive alcohol consumption or other secondary causes.

It is considered as a hepatic manifestation of metabolic syndrome.

Progression of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease is variable.

Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease Drug Information

Drug Information
Essentiale Forte N

Indication: Nutritional support in the management of damaged liver due to chronic liver disease, liver cirrhosis, fatty li...

Shine Hepavite
calcium pantothenate + cyanocobalamin + nicotinami...

Indication: Adjuvant treatment of chronic liver disease, liver cirrhosis, fatty liver & intoxication by hepatotoxic su...

Shine Hepavite Forte
calcium pantothenate + nicotinamide + pyridoxine h...

Indication: Adjuvant treatment of chronic liver diseases, liver cirrhosis, fatty liver & intoxication by hepatotoxic s...

calcium pantothenate + nicotinamide + silymarin + ...

Indication: Toxic & inflammatory liver disorders. Adjuvant in chronic liver disease.

Livolin Forte
nicotinamide + phospholipids + vitamin B1 + vitami...
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