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Is a non-fat diet recommended for a patient with mild liver dysfunction ?

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Dr. Siranush Cholakian
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In brief: No

It is important to know what is the cause of the dysfunction.
If it is related to removal of the gall bladder- do not use too much oil and fats. Fat, ie- extra verging olive oil on your salad will help the absorption of the fat soluble vitamins in it). Good in general for the liver would be fruits, honey, cottage cheese, other light, easy to digest foods and not too much meets.

In brief: No

It is important to know what is the cause of the dysfunction.
If it is related to removal of the gall bladder- do not use too much oil and fats. Fat, ie- extra verging olive oil on your salad will help the absorption of the fat soluble vitamins in it). Good in general for the liver would be fruits, honey, cottage cheese, other light, easy to digest foods and not too much meets.
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