Clear evidence shows coffee benefits liver: improves enzymes, reduces disease risks. Black tea may also help but less effective.
Here’s another one that you may associate with heart health, but nuts don’t just benefit your ticker. Nuts contain healthy fats and antioxidants
Olive oil: Rich in healthy fats & antioxidants, supports liver health. Use in dressings, roasting, baking. Versatile & beneficial!
Mushrooms offer liver support with antioxidants. 2020 study: eating ≥4 times/week = 24% lower risk of fatty liver disease.
Turmeric may protect the liver; curcumin in it is beneficial in animals, but limited human data exists. Use it in food for potential benefits.
Choose yogurt with live cultures, no added sugar. Probiotics may lower bad cholesterol & protect the liver (2019 study).
H2O: Crucial for liver health. A 2021 study found men who had ≥8 glasses/day were less likely to develop NAFLD. Replace a drink with water.
Know what's nuts? A cup of pistachios will provide you with 510 IU of vitamin A. Meanwhile, what do cashews and almonds give you? Nada!
Broccoli is a total winner when it comes to vitamin A. The fibrous veggie packs in 3,788 IU per bunch, plus it's also super high in protein, vitamin C, and calcium.
Talk about superfood. You'll score 26,822 IU of vitamin A in just half a cup of dried goji berries — it's a great portable snack or oatmeal topper.
Who doesn't love this tasty tropical fruit? One mango comes in at 3,636 IU of vitamin A, making it the perfect way to sweeten your day.