Excessive accumulation of fat in liver cells and filling spaces between tissues, leading to inflammation and damage to liver cells, it is called fatty liver disease. First symptoms of the disease are not well-defined and ambiguous problems including chronic fatigue, weight loss or loss of appetite, weakness, nausea, dizziness, lack of concentration, dark circles under the eyes will be experienced by patients. Fatty liver in severe cases can cause liver fibrosis and eventually cirrhosis and liver failure, and in the end could causes death. Treatment and control of this disease in every grade is required in all patients. Fatty liver disease divided into two types, Alcoholic and non-alcoholic.