Liver is the largest digestive organ, which secretes bile. Bile functions to burn up the fat in your body. Liver works to decompose all foods or drugs before they are moved to the other part of your body. When liver function decreases, people feel some symptoms, such as poor appetite, vomiting, nausea. Thereby, patients need to manage a proper diet for hepatitis.
Foods to Eat
– Whole grains such as oats, brown rice, barley, and quinoa.
– Low-fat or non-fat dairy products.
– Plenty of fruits and vegetables.
– Healthy fats like those in nuts, avocados, and olive oil.
– Lean protein such as fish, skinless chicken, egg whites, and beans.
Foods to Avoid
– Salt. Hepatitis patients should also severely limit their salt intake.
– Processed food items. Processed breads, cheese and almost all fast -food items are best avoided during Hepatitis, as they can worsen recovery times.
– Sugar. Sugar intake should be limited for a healthy liver. This includes all artificial sweeteners as well as fruits juices.
– Hydrogenated oils. Hydrogenated oils must be replaced with healthy oils. In fact for a lifelong healthy liver it is a good idea to switch to healthy oil choices.
– Alcohol, including alcoholic beverages, should be totally avoided for people with hepatitis.
– Some Chinese herbs, such as felwort, akebiaquinata, which are harmful for both liver and kidney.
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