Losing weight is a slow and difficult process for most people. However, for individuals with a fatty liver it is even more challenging. Fatty liver is an extremely common problem that affects approximately one in five people. One of the main jobs of the liver is to burn off excess body fat and get rid of it through the gallbladder and out in bowel motions. Unfortunately a fatty liver cannot achieve this task very well. A fatty liver is doing the opposite of what it should be — it is accumulating fat.
Your doctor may recommend vitamin injections or supplements. I have been diagnosed today with a fatty liver. The liver fluke is a parasite found in the bile ducts and the liver. In this article, we suggest several foods to include in a diet for fatty liver disease, as well as foods to avoid. There are two major types of fatty liver disease — alcohol-induced and nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. It is recommended that you eat whole grains, starchy vegetables, beans and lentils. At the time I was lbs, moderately active, by no means obese and don’t drink acohol but once every few months. This means more starch and sugar, for example, toast, crackers, crumpets or tea-cakes, bread and honey.
This section gives advice on diet for people with particular liver problems. We only have space here to cover some of the information that is available. You may have other questions or worries about your particular condition and the best person to talk to is your doctor or dietitian. If you have already been advised to follow a special diet it is essential to talk to your doctor or dietitian before making any changes. The first stage of injury to your liver, if you have been drinking alcohol excessively, is the build-up of fatty deposits. This can be reversed completely, if you abstain from alcohol. This may be due to several factors.