Sangati Jogwar

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  • Fatty liver disease can be caused by sedentary lifestyle and bad eating habits.
  • It can be reversed slowly by including nuts like walnuts and making changes in your daily diet.

Liver problems are more common in people who are heavy drinkers. But even those who have bad eating habits and lead a sedentary lifestyle can get affected by liver issues such as fatty liver problems that can lead to liver cirrhosis. Unfortunately, the majority of people are not aware that they have a fatty liver issue or their liver can get damaged by their eating habits.

Fatty liver has different stages and it is possible to reverse or stop the advancement of this disease at an early stage by adopting a healthy lifestyle. Including certain foods also can help you fight fatty liver problems.


Avocados are good for detoxing the liver as it increases the speed at which the liver cells work. It also promotes secretion and activation of certain digestive enzymes while its antioxidants not only melt that extra fat but also attach themselves to the fatty particles and ensure that they are flushed out of the body.

Whole grains

Whole grains are good for treating fatty liver issues as they are dense in fiber and promote the growth of liver cells. Whole grains also promote the rapid growth of liver cells and increase the speed with which they perform bodily functions thereby reducing metabolic disturbances. These grains also prevent fat from accumulating in the body.


Kidney beans, chickpeas, and all the other types of beans also help to combat fatty liver problems. Since legumes do not have saturated fat and are rich in fiber, they help in improving and boosting the functioning of the liver.


Nuts like walnut, hazelnut, and others are extremely good at decreasing oxidative stress, inflammation, and insulin resistance. Nuts also lower NAFLD incidences. A study has shown that increased intake of nuts, especially walnuts lowers NAFLD incidences and better the functioning of the liver in case of fatty liver disease.

Sunflower seeds

Sunflower seeds are rich in Vitamin E can speed up metabolism, digest fat and protect against damage to the liver. These seeds also prevent fat accumulation in the liver and help to keep it healthy.