Fatty Liver Disease Diet | What Foods to Eat & What Foods to Avoid

2. Walnuts

Nuts are considered to be of the most nutritionally dense foods packed with high total fat content,  walnuts, in particular, have polyunsaturated fatty acids in them as the predominant type of fat and loads of omega 3 fatty acids such as alpha-linolenic acid that helps protect your liver and cardiovascular system. walnuts are also full of protein and fiber that helps you stay full for longer and lowers your cravings and food consumption as well as promote gut health and give you healthy bowel motions.

They are very rich in vitamin E which has strong antioxidant properties, polyphenols, and phytosterols that are capable of lowering LDL cholesterol levels and free radical damage

Walnuts are rich in magnesium, glutathione, and the amino acid arginine which have some anti-inflammatory properties and help remove the toxic ammonia from the liver and convert it into urea that gets eliminated in the urine

It was found that people who follow the Mediterranean diet and consume more walnuts have lower blood pressure levels, better diabetes control, and overall better liver health

Walnuts also support healthy brain function and improve your learning and memory skills and slow down the progression of some neurodegenerative diseases like dementia

Walnuts are a great snack to have they are toasty, crunchy, and satisfying with a mix of other types of nuts, they can be used to add texture to baked goods like pies and cakes they can be added to salads or chopped in granola bars or on oatmeal and low-fat yogurt if you want a light healthy snack.