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Liver Habits Score

Exercise gives you the right to drink.
Exercise and alcohol are opposites when it comes to liver fat.
Added sugar is almost gram for gram as hard on your liver as alcohol.
Everyone knows that alcohol is bad for their liver, but few recognize that added sugar is a similar villain that’s worthy of just as much focus.
Liver fat and the Mediterranean Diet
Changing your dietary habits so you can enjoy alcohol with less risk.
A primer on the Liver Habits Score™
What it does, how we made it, and how drinkers can use it.
Why we’re launching the Liver Habits Score™
100 million Americans are at risk for later-stage liver disease. Heavy drinkers are especially at risk—but so are moderate drinkers. Cheers® is working to reduce the risks of disease for all drinkers.
You can be a drinker, or you can be overweight, but you can’t be both.
How alcohol and BMI have a synergistic interaction in negatively affecting the health of your liver.
Why drinking every day is its own risk factor — and also, one of the easiest things to change to reduce your risks.
The CDC recommends that women consume no more than 1 drink per day, and 2 for men. But what does the literature say about 7–14 drinks spread over 4 days instead?
How many drinks per week does it take to destroy your liver?
Understanding the most common metric used to quantify drinking levels.
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These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.