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Ernährung bei Leberkrankheiten

  • M. Plauth
  • J. Stein

Zusammenfassung

Angesichts ihrer funktionell wie anatomisch einzigartigen Position für die Aufrechterhaltung der metabolischen Homöostase unter unterschiedlichen Bedingungen wie Fasten, Hungern, Nahrungsaufnahme oder körperlicher Arbeit verwundert es keineswegs, dass Ernährungsfehler zu Lebererkrankungen und umgekehrt Lebererkrankungen zu Störungen des Ernährungszustands führen können.

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  • J. Stein

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