Healthy Diet for jaundice

It is a yellowish tinge to the skin and whites of the eye, and body fluids may also be yellow. The whites of the eye and color of the skin will vary depending on the level of bilirubin. It is the waste material founds in blood. A healthy diet plays an important role in precaution and cures jaundice. Our liver processes everything we drink and eat. What we drink and eat has a direct impact on the liver. If we drink and eat a healthy diet then it allows our liver to work efficiently and clear all excess toxins from the body.

What we should eat and drink:

Digestive Enzymes:

These items have naturally occurring digestive enzymes which help us to reduce bilirubin.
• Pineapple
• Honey
• Mango
• Papaya
• Oranges

Fiber:

Fiber helps move bile out of the liver, especially soluble fiber. This can decrease toxicity.
These all-important nutrient are found in these foods:
• Nuts
• Whole Grains
• Vegetables
• Legumes
• Fruits
Food that contains high fiber are:
• Oatmeal
• Quinoa
• Brown rice
• Cruciferous Vegetables
• Almonds
• Berries

Vegetables and Fruits

Best fruits and vegetables for best liver health are:
• Grapes
• Brussel sprouts
• Mustard greens
• Grapefruit
• Grapes

Water:

Water is the most important thing for us. We should drink at least eight glasses of water a day, it will help your liver to flush out all the toxins from the body. Water also thins the blood and also helps to maintain a healthy weight which is very helpful for the liver to filter.

Herbal tea or coffee:

Limited coffee consumption is very helpful for our body. Improves liver health by reducing the risk of cirrhosis, inflammation and maintain the level of harmful liver enzymes. It also increases our antioxidant level which is very important and it clears toxins from the body.

Things on which we should control:

1. Fat= High fat is very dangerous for us. We should eat fried foods in moderation or eliminate completely. They can cause the buildup of fat in the liver.

2.Salt= Diet which contains a high amount of salt may also contribute to water retention liver damage. By eliminating canned food and processed food is an easy way to reduce the high intake of sodium.

3.Iron= Iron is important for us but limited excess iron can cause cirrhosis.

4.Sugar= High fructose corn syrup, refines sugar and other forms of processed sugar cause fat build up in the liver. We should avoid processed food which contains a high amount of sugar.

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