Food and Diet

Some updates about finding a drug to cure fatty liver disease

After so many years fatty liver disease was not receiving enough attention, it seems that all major health institutes are changing their view on this disease.

One of the major of such groups, The Liver Meeting® (AASLD), which a a global health organization about liver diseases, held its annual meetings in 2014, and they decided to switch their main agenda to Fatty Liver Disease. This is mainly because now there is a really effective cure for Hepatitis C, so the next “big” thing is Fatty Liver.

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Milk Thistle for Fatty Liver

If there are supplements that are beneficial for your liver, Milk Thistle is one of the most important ones, if not the most. It’s a powerful liver protector because the simple fact that it features an antioxidant flavonoid called Silymarin.

Milk Thistle and Fatty Liver

This is why it is considered by many as “liver tonics” – it has so many protective benefits for liver tissues, including improving liver’s function and protect it from damage.

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Whole wheat bread benefits for Fatty Liver

Whole wheat bread is highly rich with nutrition, including fiber, vitamins B6 and E, zinc, chromium, magnesium and folic-acid. Out of these nutritions, the most important one is Fiber.

Whole wheat bread benefits for Fatty Liver

Both white and whole wheat bread are made from wheat berries, which originally have three nutrient parts: the bran (the outer layers), the germ (the innermost area) and the endosperm (the starched part).

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Tuna in Fatty Liver Diet

Whether you like the taste of Tuna or not is a personal preference. But there is no doubt in one thing – easting Tuna is healthy. How much healthy you ask? And can eating Tuna help with your Fatty Liver diet?

Well, it turns out that Tuna has a lot of Omega-3 which is well-known thanks to its health benefits.

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