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Background: While evidence has been highlight that obesity may be associated to the increased incidence of Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), these data have depended on defective measures of obesity such as body mass index (BMI), and usually have not clearly well-known relationship between body composition (including fat within the nonfat mass) with NAFLAD. Methods: In a case control study of people aged 20–75 years, we directly measured body composition (using bioelectrical impedancedoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-27899/v1 fatcat:lp6jss6v3ffrhbl5tmmdgkxybq