Is sugar damage reversible? When does body damage from sugar become permanent? Endocrinologist and prominent nutrition expert, Dr. Robert Lustig, MD, explains how sugar damages liver, and when the damage becomes irreversible. Is sugar damage reversible? Sometimes scars form in liver because of fat accumulation, damage done by excess sugar becomes irreversible. How to reverse the damage of sugar addiction? You have to eat real food with high fiber content and low glycemic index. Is Sugar Making You Stupid? Sugar damages your brain and liver potentially irreversibly. Is sugar damage reversible or permanent for brain and liver? Video interview with Dr. Robert Lustig, MD. Video interview with leading expert in pediatric endocrinology and nutrition. Dr. Anton Titov, MD. Medical second opinion confirms that sugar liver damage diagnosis is correct and complete. Dr. Anton Titov, MD. Medical second opinion also confirms that sugar liver damage treatment is required. Dr. Robert Lustig, MD. We do not know for sure if sugar damage is reversible. Dr. Anton Titov, MD. Medical second opinion helps to choose the best treatment for liver damage caused by sugar. Get medical second opinion on liver damage by sugar and be confident that your treatment is the best. Is sugar damage reversible? Dr. Robert Lustig, MD. Is the damage that is done by high doses of sugar reversible? Dr. Robert Lustig, MD. (Pediatric neuroendocrinologist, UCSF). That's a very good question. It depends on this organ and how severe the damage is. Sugar causes liver fat accumulation the same way that alcohol causes liver fat accumulation. At a certain point liver scarring will occur. When scarring of liver occurs, that is not reversible. But if you only have fatty liver disease without scarring, you could conceivably reverse that entire problem. There are data in diabetics that suggest that once you withdraw sugar, you can actually improve various cell metabolic processes. That potentially could lead to life quality improvement. Maybe even to life extension. Dr. Anton Titov, MD. I think that the short answer is this. Most to the sugar damage is reversible. But not necessarily all. Is sugar damage reversible? Video interview with Dr. Robert Lustig, MD. Is liver damage permanent? Recovery is possible but only before liver scarring forms.