Good Foods For The Liver Things To Avoid
Berry fruit Frying (using oil)
Bircher-muesli & nuts No pork, sausages
Bran Avoid hard-boiled eggs,omelets
Cabbage/juice and egg salads. 2-3 minute soft-
Carrots boiled egg is ok.
Carrot juice Canned and processed foods
Celery Cheese products
Coleslaw Sweets (sugar, chocolate)
Cottage cheese Vinegar
Dandelion greens/tea White flour/products, baked items
Endive prepared with eggs (eg. cake)
Fruit Juice (Orange, blackberry, White rice
raspberry, grape or pineapple)
Psyllium seeds or linseed
Sesame seed snacks/honey spread
Seaweed or Kelp
Unprocessed brown rice
NOTE: These food suggestions are not based on anything other than my own research conclusions and should not be taken as "medical" advice.
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