An Analysis of the Causes of Fatty Liver in College Students and Their Health Prescriptions
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Sheng Mao, Dengfeng An
The purpose is to explore the factors that affect the degree of fatty liver disease in college students, and to provide scientific basis for the prevention and treatment of fatty liver. As a method, 271 students aged 45 years were analyzed by univariate and regression analysis. Results age, drinking, body mass index (BMI), blood glucose (FPG), blood lipid (TC, TG, HDL-C, LDL-C) showed significant influence on the degree of fatty liver (P < 0.05). The severity of fatty liver increased with age, but there was no significant difference between 30-40 years old and 40-45 years old (P > 0.05). Alcohol dependence can worsen fatty liver disease. The higher BMI, the more serious fatty liver. Conclusion four ages, drinking, BMI, glucose and lipid in blood have significant effects on the degree of fatty liver. Controlling the diet of obesity, low fat and low sugar and stopping drinking can reduce the severity of fatty liver.
Fatty Liver; Influencing Factors; College Students; Prescription