10 Foods to Reverse Fatty Liver 

June 3, 2022

By Ashwani Kumar


Adding oatmeal to your diet helps the liver work at its best due to its high fiber content. It also helps to lose weight which helps to reduce the risk of developing fatty liver.


When our body digests caffeine, it forms a paraxanthine chemical that slows the growth of scar tissue involved in fibrosis. Drinking coffee can lower the risk of liver disease cirrhosis and NAFLD.


All nuts, especially walnuts, are high in omega-3 fatty acids. Eating nuts in moderation can help reduce non-alcoholic fatty liver diseases. (NAFLD)

Fatty fish such as tuna, sardines, salmon, and trout are high in omega-3 fatty acids. They help prevent NAFLD by preventing fat buildup, reducing triglycerides, and promoting HDL cholesterol.

Fatty Fish

Studies have shown that olive oil can reduce the fat deposit in the liver. Extra virgin olive oil can reverse the effect of NAFLD.

Olive Oil

Grape Fruit

The high vitamin C and antioxidant properties of grapefruit can help repair liver damage. It detoxifies the liver and reduces inflammation that can cause liver diseases.


Garlic contains a mineral called selenium that can clean your liver. It activates the liver enzymes and flushes out the toxins from the liver.


Cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli and Brussels sprouts help the liver detoxify, protect against liver damage, and improve liver enzymes' blood levels.


The Soy product tofu can reverse the symptoms of fatty liver. It has antioxidant properties which act as a functional food to prevent liver damage and accumulation of liver fat.

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