You need to get the right balance between different foods and drinks to help your body work properly and be healthy. The evidence shows that for most people a well-balanced diet is the best way to stay healthy and manage your weight.
Fad diets are usually weight loss diets that promise you can lose weight quickly. These diets usually involve crash dieting; calorie intakes may be drastically reduced or certain food groups such as carbohydrates removed almost entirely. These diets tend to provide a short-term fix but are difficult and potentially dangerous to maintain in the longer term. They are generally not recommended for people with liver disease.
As the majority of these products are not classified as medicines they are not licensed. This means that their production is not controlled and there is no requirement for them to undergo rigorous testing for quality or effectiveness.
It is important to maintain a healthy weight. To do this you need to balance the amount of food you eat with the energy you need. If you eat more than you use, your weight will increase. If you eat fewer calories than your body uses you will lose weight. There are two ways to shift the balance of calories and lose weight. Eat a healthy, balanced diet. And be more physically active.
At the same time your liver is also working to detoxify substances which may harm your body such as alcohol, other drugs and some of your body’s waste products. If you have a liver problem, then your liver may not be able to do these jobs as efficiently as it should.
Cirrhosis and advanced liver disease.
eliminate all alcohol eliminate most saturated fat and no red meat eliminate all non skim dairy products eliminate trans-fat and all hydrogenated oils eliminate all high fructose corn syrup eliminate all added dietary sugar eliminate processed grains, no white flour or white rice Avoid most products hustled by the supplement industry Make sure that any medications you take are not harming your liver.
Complementary and Alternative Medicines.