Avoid or limit your intake of sugary foods and drinks, as they can contribute to the development and progression of fatty liver disease.
Processed foods often contain high levels of unhealthy fats, sugars, and additives. They can be detrimental to liver health.
Reduce the consumption of foods high in saturated and trans fats, such as fried foods and commercially baked goods.
Excessive alcohol consumption can cause or exacerbate fatty liver disease. If you have this condition, it's best to abstain from alcohol or drink in moderation.
High salt intake can contribute to fluid retention and liver inflammation. Reducing sodium intake is advisable.
Limit your consumption of red and processed meats, as they can be high in unhealthy fats and contribute to liver inflammation.
Foods and beverages containing high fructose corn syrup, like some sodas and sugary snacks, should be avoided.
Refined grains lack fiber and can cause blood sugar spikes, potentially worsening fatty liver disease.