One of the most troubling signs of a liver condition is jaundice. Jaundice is the medical term used to describe the color of the skin. When there is a reduction in the bile secretion, the skin and the whites of the eyes may become yellow in color.
As fat begins to surround the liver, the ducts of the liver become obstructed, which makes it more difficult for the liver to perform its functions. This results in chemicals running throughout the body without any control. The toxins can then affect the skin by altering the color of it, resulting in jaundice.