Wednesday, July 20th, 2011

Foods to Avoid for Good Liver

liver2_final_400w__TEXTEating healthy foods for the liver can improve and support liver function on a daily basis. And having healthy liver will result in greater energy and general well-being. But before knowing which food items proves good, lets concentrate a bit on foods that experts suggest to avoid completely for healthy liver.

FOODS TO AVOID completely

  • Avoid foods with high salt, sugar or fat content: cheese, pickles, fast food and processed foods (cookies, cakes, frozen dinners, packaged foods with long shelf lives, instant foods).
  • Any kind of fatty and fried items like French fries, etc.
  •  Maida (refined flour) products like pasta, noodles, cakes, biscuits, burgers
  • Any kind of carbonated drinks
  • Too much of desserts and sweets
  • Big No to added table sugar and table salt
  • Combination of cereals like never eat rice and roti together (go for any one at a time), dal and dahi combination.
  • Any high protein food at night. Try to avoid non veg including egg at night. If you go for eat out, prefer eating roasted chicken and salad.
  • Avoid alcohol ( if feel excessive urge drink 1 beer once a month)

FOODS THOSE ARE HEALTHY for the liver fall into two main categories. First are those that promote the detoxification process of the liver like radish, buttermilk, hot water with lemon, and garlic. And second, are those that are high in antioxidants and therefore protect the liver while it’s carrying out its detoxification processes. It is suggested to stick to a nutritional, balanced diet consisting of fresh vegetables, fruits, beans, whole grains, etc.

Do Not Forget To Exercise
And to complement your liver health and overall well being, do not forget to include moderate physical activity into your daily routine.

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