Patients Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and NASH
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Posted on 1/24/19 6:20 AM
Does anyone have any good recommendations? Books? Anything?
Beginning of the discussion - 1/27/19Diet tips/programs for treating NASH https://www.carenity.us/forum/nonalcoholic-fatty-liver-disease-and-nash/treatments-for-nonalcoholic-fatty-liver-disease/diet-tipsprograms-for-treating-nash-709
Posted on 1/27/19 4:35 PM
I started searching Pinterest recipes
Posted on 2/4/19 3:37 PM
The Mediterranean Eating Plan is perfect for us.
Posted on 3/22/19 12:55 AM
Try to focus on eating low-GI foods and limiting overall fat intake, but most importantly cut out all trans fats and as much as possible, saturated fats.
Posted on 4/28/19 1:40 AM
@GloriaDunham Thank you Gloria. Do you have a link to the website where I can find more information about this or any place I can buy a book related to it?
Posted on 4/28/19 10:14 PM
@idontdrink here is what I found and it gives you a brief breakdown but a Google search of the Mediterranean Diet offers many more informational links too! I am implementing this diet. As of now, can't say I have had any huge results, but just started.
Hope this helps.
Posted on 4/28/19 10:16 PM
@GloriaDunham how long was it after you changed your eating habits to the Mediterranean Diet that you noticed results or any difference in health, condition, etc? If any?
Posted on 2/11/20 5:44 PM
Did you see the article we published in the Health Magazine on managing NASH symptoms? Diet and exercise are mentioned there, you might find it interesting. You can read the article here.
And leave us a comment to let us know what you think!
Posted on 2/25/20 4:36 PM
@Lee__R Diet and exercise are absolutely necessary. It's the only way you can even start to get better. I'm trying to gradual go vegan and sugar free. Already seeing results.
Posted on 3/12/20 4:24 PM
@idontdrink @robinlarson @GloriaDunham @livinginSEA @Bibi1953
Has anyone tried the keto diet or know anything about it? I've heard it's really good for losing weight but would a high fat diet be bad for us?