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The metabolic associated fatty liver disease responses of lifestyle changes using diet and exercise

Benash Altaf1, Mahaneem Mohamed2,
Shireen Jawed3, Wan Syaheedah Wan Ghazali4

Abstract

Objective: This review is aimed to study MAFLD responses of lifestyle modifications using Diet and Exercise.

Methods: The sources for this MAFLD review following PRISMA protocol were PubMed, Google scholar, Scopus and Science Direct. Quality of evidence was assessed by consistent results with previous studies. Assessment of quality was done by Joanna Briggs Institute criteria. Quality of evidence was assessed by GRADE approach tool.

Results: This review included 12 studies, from which five were qualitative and seven quantitative. The later showed poor dietary habits and sedentary lifestyle exhibiting MAFLD which eventually affect their quality of life. Further studies suggested that by introducing healthy lifestyle in MAFLD group using diet and exercise caused reduction in BMI, obesity levels, improved glycemic control and reversal of liver fat content with improved liver enzymes.

Conclusion: Subjects with MAFLD experienced poor quality of life. Altering lifestyle by diet and exercise can improve their physical wellbeing.

KEYWORDS: Metabolic associated fatty liver disease, Quality of life, Adult, Lifestyle modification.

How to cite this: Altaf B, Mohamed M, Jawed S, Ghazali WSW. The metabolic associated fatty liver disease responses of lifestyle changes using diet and exercise. Pak J Med Sci. 2023;39(6):1875-1882. doi: https://doi.org/10.12669/pjms.39.6.7990

Reprinted from Pakistan Journal of Medical Sciences. 2023;39(6):1875-1882. doi: https://doi.org/10.12669/pjms.39.6.7990

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