The Law of Metabolic Individuality (fat loss ect) in I'm Too Fat Forum Posted April 27 3 hours ago, FracturedRabbit said: You are becoming annoying. As someone else has mentioned, you are confusing fat in the diet with fat in the body; they are not the same; and fat in the body does not arise from eating fat. Fatty liver disease is indeed linked with diabetes, although the assumption is that fatty liver is caused by insulin resistance/diabetes, and not that the fatty liver comes first and then causes diabetes; although no doubt restricting liver function doesn't help the problem. Either way, someone with non-alcoholic fatty liver will probably be insulin resistance (unless there is another cause such as Hep C). Suggest you learn a little about human physiology. Sometimes the whole truth is annoying it is not a bad thing - I suggest that you consider spending some more time doing research on the other schools of thought I agree with you that studying physiology is a good thing - but sadly I am not good enough with statistics to understand the actual research and you need to know quite a bit of graduate level statistics (and other areas) to understand the research. So instead, I use actual experience and I read those whom I trust based on their research, education and who is paying them to do their research. Note they don't agree with each other 100%. I do step by step over time study about the body and health - after having done a core body of research fulltime for many months because I have been very sick with diabetes for many years - so this is not a joke for me and I have one purpose in posting, and one purpose only; to try and help others even it is only one person - that is OK. I am currently 50% better using a whole plant-based diet. but I am not finished yet and hope to get to 80% plus better - difficult to get 100% when you lose beta cells over time.