Nutritionist Lovneet Batra shares 5 foods that help keep your liver healthy

Liver health: beetroot juice is rich in antioxidants and helps reduce oxidative stress in the liver

In one of her recent Instagram reels, nutritionist Lovneet Batra explains the importance of having a healthy liver. She further shares 5 foods that have been shown to improve and manage our liver health.

She explains, “The liver is the powerhouse of an organ. It handles everything from removing toxins from your blood to promoting digestion and storing vitamins for your body to use later, and more.

Keeping your liver in good shape is important for maintaining health.

She further adds, “So here is a list of liver healthy foods you need to eat daily.

1. Wheatgrass

Wheatgrass is rich in chlorophyll and chlorophyll helps eliminate toxic substances and helps support healthy liver function

2. Beet juice

Beet juice is a source of nitrates and antioxidants called betalains which help reduce oxidative damage and inflammation in the liver, as well as increase natural detoxification enzymes.

3. Grapes

Red and purple grapes contain many beneficial plant compounds, a notable example being resveratrol which increases antioxidant levels and reduces inflammation.

4. Cruciferous vegetables

Cruciferous vegetables like broccoli and Brussels sprouts can help increase the liver’s natural detoxification enzymes, protect it from damage, and improve blood levels of liver enzymes.

5. Nuts

Of all the types of nuts, walnuts are among the most beneficial for reducing fatty liver disease. This is due to their higher content of antioxidants and fatty acids. Walnuts contain the most omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids, as well as antioxidant polyphenols.

Take a look at its reel:

Add these 5 foods to your daily diet to ensure better and longer liver health.

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