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Fatty Liver Diet

Foods to Eat and Avoid

What is fatty liver?

A fatty liver is a risky health condition that develops when your liver stores too much fat.

Foods to eat

A healthy diet can help manage fatty liver disease along with exercise. Here are some recommended foods you should eat:

  • Leafy Greens - A 2021 study found that eating spinach lowered the risk of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD).

  • Legumes - Include lentils, chickpeas, soybeans, and peas into your daily diet

  • Fatty Fish - Omega-3s present in fatty fish may benefit those with NAFLD by reducing liver fat.

  • Oatmeal - Studies have found that a diet rich in high-fibre foods like oats is effective for those with NAFLD.

  • Nuts  - People with fatty liver disease who eat walnuts have improved liver function tests, according to research.

  • Tumeric - Curcumin present in turmeric may help reduce markers of liver damage in NAFLD.

Foods to Avoid

Here are some foods you should eliminate from your diet for a healthy liver.

  • Alcohol - Excessive alcohol consumption can lead to liver scarring if left untreated.

  • Sugar - Stay away from sugary foods like candy, cookies, sodas and packaged fruit juices.

  • Fried Foods - These are dense in calories and high in fat, therefore should be avoided.

  • White flour - Cakes, white bread, pasta made from maida etc can lead to high blood sugar.

  • Red Meat - These are high in saturated fats, need more processing and are unhealthy for your liver.

Our team of specialists can help advise you on your liver health. Get in contact today. 

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