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10 Best Foods To Eat On A Fatty Liver Diet

It is common knowledge that we should try and limit the amount of certain fats in our diets. Consuming too much fat can lead to a range of complications, including obesity, and this has the potential to lead to some very serious consequences. Another potential problem of consuming too many fats is fatty liver disease, and it can be severe.

To help treat fatty liver disease, patients should ensure that they eat a diet which helps to reduce the levels of fats in their bodies. This will hopefully help to stop and reduce the build-up of fat in the liver, while some foods have compounds that can actively help. The good news is that there are a lot of foods suitable for fatty liver disease so you can still have a varied and delicious diet.

Fatty Liver Diet Food #1: Fish

Fish is packed full of nutrition and an excellent source of protein. What's more, fish is low in fat and calories, making it the perfect food for a fatty liver diet. In addition, fish is delicious and can be cooked in a wide variety of ways.

Most fish are suitable for fatty liver diets, especially salmon and tuna. They are excellent sources of omega-3 fatty acids which can directly help to reduce fat levels in the liver.


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