Adding healthy food to the diet can help control fatty liver. At the same time, avoid or limit the intake of the following foods.
Sugar and added sugar
Sugar and added sugar can cause blood sugar levels to rise and increase the fat content in the liver. Patients with fatty liver should usually control the intake of refined sugar and drink less sweet drinks.
Alcohol has a great impact on the liver, causing fatty liver, cirrhosis and other liver diseases. Patients with fatty liver should try to avoid drinking alcohol.
Refined grains are highly processed to remove dietary fiber, and excessive intake will raise blood sugar levels. Patients with fatty liver can use whole-grain foods or whole grains instead of some refined grains.
Fried or salty food
Eating too much fried or salty food will increase the risk of calorie intake and weight gain. Patients with fatty liver can use steamed or roasted cooking methods, try adding spices and herbs to make the food delicious and less salty.
Beef, pork and cooked meat products all contain a lot of saturated fat, and patients with fatty liver should avoid eating it. Lean meat, fish, and tofu are healthier choices.