Eliz Greene

Nearly ten percent of American children have chronic liver disease caused by inappropriate storage of fat in the liver.  Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) speeds the development of heart disease by raising blood pressure.  NAFLD is often undetected until heart and liver damage has already begun.  Understanding the connection between childhood obesity and the increased risk of heart and liver disease is crucial in preventing early onset and death.

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About Eliz Greene

Eliz Greene survived a heart attack at age 35 while seven months pregnant with twins. Her down-to-earth strategies to manage stress and improve heart health and reduce stress are used by thousands of busy people all over the world. She is a motivational wellness speaker, author, and job stress researcher. Visit elizgreene.com to book Eliz for your next event.

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