There are two main types of liver fatty disease— alcohol-induced and non-alcoholic liver fatty disease. Fatty liver disease affects almost one-third of American adults and is one of the leading liver failure contributors. In those who are obese or sedentary and those who follow a highly-processed diet, nonalcoholic fatty liver disease is most often diagnosed. The diet chart for fatty liver disease is usually different from that of normal people.
One of the most effective ways of treating fatty liver disease, whatever the form, is with diet. Fatty liver disease, as the title suggests, means you have far too much fat in your liver. The liver helps remove toxins in a healthy body and contains bile, the digestive protein. Fatty liver disease affects the liver and prevents it from functioning as well as it should.
Fatty Liver Diet Chart
Here’s what a typical day on a fatty liver diet plan could look like in your menu:
|breakfast||• 8 oz. hot oatmeal mixed with 2 tsp. almond butter and 1 sliced banana
• 1 cup coffee with low-fat or skim milk
|snack||• 1 tbsp. peanut butter on sliced apples or 2 tbsp. hummus with raw veggies|