Editorial Guidelines

Welcome to the Editorial Guidelines page for this blog, your dedicated resource for everything about Fatty Liver Disease.

My mission is to provide you with all the information you need to make educated choices when it comes to reversing your fatty liver disease. This, however, should not replace the expert advice of your healthcare provider.

I am sharing high quality articles and information, based on personal experience on the matter (more on this below) as well as in-depth research of the highest quality sources available online and offline.

About the Author

This blog is the creation of Lynn Luciano (myself), a former patient who was diagnosed with Fatty Liver Disease in 2014.

Since then, I have not only managed to reverse my fatty liver, but also devoted countless hours to learn and understand the disease in order to be able to help others better understand it and learn how to reverse their own condition.

Though not a doctor, my direct experience and extensive research offers a unique and insightful perspective on this health condition. You can read more about me here.

Content Creation and Originality

I take pride in the fact that piece of content on this blog should be considered human-created and bears the personal touch of our author (myself) who has personally edited all the articles on the website.

I have not used any AI tools to generate the text in the articles on this blog. I have published over a dozen articles outsourced from other human AI writers with direct experience with fatty liver disease and asked them NOT to use artificial intelligence in creating the articles. I have thoroughly edited those articles too, to make sure that they are factually correct, complete and useful.

Commitment to Accuracy and Quality

My primary focus is to provide well-researched, accurate, and insightful content about Fatty Liver Disease.

Every piece of information is carefully vetted, and content is routinely revised and updated to maintain its accuracy.

However, given the ever-evolving nature of medical science and health advice, readers should always consult healthcare professionals for medical advice, since I am not giving medical advice on this blog and it should not replace the advice given by a trained individual.

As I mention throughout the blog, I am a patient who managed to reverse his fatty liver and I am sharing what worked, as well as all my findings in the field of NAFLD as it might prove helpful to other patients.

Editing Process

My commitment to quality also extends to the editing process. Every blog post undergoes a meticulous editing process conducted solely by myself to ensure it meets the highest standards of clarity, coherence, and factual correctness.

I have a bachelor’s degree in journalism since 2007 and extensive experience with various media publications, from traditional print to radio, TV and especially online media.

Transparency and Disclosure

I firmly believe in maintaining transparency with this blog’s readers. Any potential conflicts of interest will be clearly disclosed. The author retains full editorial control, and any opinions expressed on the blog solely reflect the author’s views and are independent.

Updates and Revisions

As part of my commitment to providing current and accurate information, I routinely review the content on this blog to reflect the most recent developments in the understanding of Fatty Liver Disease. Any significant updates to the content will be duly noted.

Final Note

While this blog aims to provide valuable insights into Fatty Liver Disease based on personal experience and extensive research, it is not a substitute for professional medical advice. Readers are encouraged to consult healthcare professionals for any medical queries or concerns.

Thank you for trusting Fatty Liver Diary as your resource for information on Fatty Liver Disease, and I am dedicated to maintaining the highest editorial standards in all the content present on this blog, past and future.