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

5. Avocados

This fruit is a great option that everybody should eat more of in their diets, they are delicious and full of nutrition, they are extremely concentrated in fat content unlike any other type of fruit which is usually very high on carbohydrates, avocados, and avocado oil are as beneficial as olive oil with their high content of oleic acid a heart-healthy monounsaturated fatty acid that is responsible for the many health benefits of avocados, these unsaturated fats help you reduce the levels of triglycerides and total cholesterol in the blood which saves internal organs from unhealthy visceral fat accumulation, especially around the liver.

Avocados also have lots of fiber which is known to enhance gut health by promoting gut microbiome diversity and forming a healthy stool consistency.

Avocados are high on antioxidants that lower the rate of inflammatory cytokines in your body and protect you from the oxidative damage done by the reactive oxygen species that arise as byproducts to the various metabolic processes in our cells.

Avocados are great also for controlling insulin and glucose levels in the blood since they have a low glycemic index giving an overall weight loss promoting action and helping maintain ideal body weight.

Their fat content as well helps you absorb fat-soluble vitamins like vitamins A, D, E, K more effectively which could be hindered if you have a liver problem since liver diseases can lead to malabsorption syndrome they are high in vitamin C and folate as well to rejuvenate your cells and boost your immunity.

Avocados can be used in all sorts of recipes they make wonderful silky smooth creamy drinks, they make delicious dips most famously guacamole the great Mexican dip that fits perfectly with all types of food, it can be diced and added to different salads along with a healthy protein option like chicken or salmon, avocados can be sliced and put on top of breakfast sandwiches and in tacos, burritos, even on top of burgers, it is also fantastic in desserts in making creamy chocolate mousse, and fudgy brownies as a substitute for heavy dairy products.