1. Brussels Sprouts.
Fatty fish is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which are the good fats that help reduce inflammation. These fats may be especially helpful in the liver, as they appear to prevent the buildup of excess fats and maintain enzyme levels in the liver.
Avocados increase the body’s glutathione production. Glutathione is a compound that aids the liver in removing stress-related toxins, environmental pollutants, and heavy metals.
One 2016 review suggests that green tea may help reduce the risk of liver cancer in female Asian populations. However, the study notes that more research is necessary.
5. Dairy Products.