A fatty liver is a hepatic condition that’s all too common. A fatty liver happens when deposits of fat accumulate around the organ, affecting its basic functions and causing inflammation. A fatty liver can be treated with a diet and lifestyle change. Below you’ll find some of the most common fruits that help neutralize the condition.
Are you aware of the powerful properties of this tropical fruit? Many studies have been done on the fruit and its nutritional value. The tamarind is an excellent cleanser that aides digestion and weight loss. Thanks to its high concentration of fibers and unsaturated acids, it also works to treat arterial sclerosis. And, would you believe it, it can help cure a fatty liver. But, how? The tamarind fruit has protective and de-congestive properties that work on the liver. It’s perfect to treat stomach bile disorders, as it helps purge the bile producing organ. It also purifies the blood and evens cholesterol levels, helping reduce the amount of fat surrounding the liver. Don’t wait to add this fruit to your diet. As a tea, it’s easy and tasty to consume; steep around 30 grams of the leaves per liter of water. We recommend at least three glasses of water daily.
-Lemons, the great cleanser
We love lemons. Drink a glass of mineral water mixed with lemon juice daily to help treat a fatty liver quickly. Lemons are a great detox agent, rich in vitamin C and healthy citric acids. The best kept secret about lemons is that they act as a digestive aide helping your body break down foods in the stomach, making the digestive process simple and effective. Thanks to lemon, you have a tool that stimulates healthy digestion and protects your liver.
-Pears, the refreshing fruit
Are you a fan of pears? Then you’re in luck. Pears not only contain a great amount of healthy nutrients, but are also sweet and refreshing treats. Just recall that old adage: the healthy figure of pear.
Pears can thank their high water concentration for their energy-giving fame, being the ideal treat in a weight loss diet. Pears also have a high concentration of levulose, or natural fruit sugars, making it a must-have for those who suffer from diabetes.
For cholesterol elimination and regulating your digestive tract, pears have the perfect amount of insoluble fiber, in addition to amounts of pectin that can aide those suffering from chronic constipation. As an aside, you should note that by eating two pears a day you’ll get the recommended 20 percent of vitamin C, close to the recommended 10 percent of folic acid and a great dose of of complete vitamin B (B1, B2 and in smaller quantities B3 and B6) and vitamin E.
All of those characteristics make pears an excellent liver aid, especially when its organic acids make it a natural remedy for stomach ailments, increasing the secretion of gastric juices, and purifying the pancreas and liver. Don’t forget to include a glass of pear juice or slices of pear in your daily diet to stay healthy.
–Melon juice and papaya seeds
Did you know that melon juice and papaya seeds are a great natural remedy? Consuming a blended glass of juice and seeds is a great way to purify your liver and reduce the fatty residues that accumulates there, allowing that amazing laboratory in the human body that is the liver to continue to complete its basic functions such as producing bile, allowing for the absorption of fats and vitamins and eliminating toxins and excess cholesterol.
Drinking a glass a day can have a huge impact on treating fatty liver. And the process is simple.
What ingredients do I need?
-Two slices of melon
-One glass of purified water
-Two papaya seeds
How do I prepare the drink?
Combine all the ingredients in a blender and blend well. Don’t strain it; instead drink slowly making sure to chew the bits of papaya seed. You’ll see the results quickly and experience a feeling of well being.
-Strawberries, the perfect fruit
Strawberries, besides being delicious, are a terrific remedy to cleanse the liver and detox your body’s system. They have fiber, vitamin C, and an antioxidant that not only protects your body but also strengthens your immune system. The natural acids found in the fruit can help protect your liver by disinfecting and acting as an anti-inflammatory. Strawberries also have a high water concentration, can help with fluid retention, reduce hypertension and reduce uric acid.
Among their many benefits, strawberries offer potassium, magnesium, iron, phosphor, iodine and calcium to your diet. When in season you should consume at least seven to eight a day. Not only do they make a delicious smoothies, strawberry tea is a healthy and tasty option. If you add a bit of lemon juice, you’ve got a great detoxifying drink to add to your diet.