Experts: Moderate drinking cuts fatty liver risk in men

Regular but moderate alcohol intake reduces the risk of fatty liver disease, experts reported at the International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research. Japanese researchers said a regulated amount of alcohol reduces fatty liver risk by as much as 60%, emphasizing that moderate drinking might improve markers for fatty liver disease.

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