Fatty liver disease, most often caused by alcohol is a growing health concern due to poor diet and limited exercise. Affecting one in three U.S. citizens, livers that contain more than 5-10 percent fat can damage the organ, leading to fibrosis, liver cancer and liver cirrhosis which can become fatal. While alcohol may be the number one contributor to fatty liver disease, obesity, diabetes, frequent prescription use and a high-fat diet can also put an individual at risk. But you know what doesn’t contribute to the condition according to recent studies; cannabis. Read more here.