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Post Info TOPIC: Foods that your Liver loves & foods that your Liver hates


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Matt,

This will be a great thread....I will take any advice on foods ya wanna through my waysmile

Love avacados!

 



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Geno type 1A Started Abbott clinical trial mid Jan 2013. :-)

Viral load when I started this trial 4.75million  Went 12wks on placebo and started real meds on 4/5/13 after 1wk  on real meds 25 after UND @3wks,6wks.w00t: Done trial 6/27/13 and still UND.

 



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Hello fellow members, thought might be interesting to ask our members for their personal observations on what food and drink seems to agree with their Liver and body in general. Also what food and drink causes irritation to their Liver or pain.

This little analysis is not for judging and criticizing your views but to find and learn more about how to consume food & drink that does not exacerbate our liver condition. Sometimes we can benefit from anothers insight. We all realize we have different tastes and preferences but every bit of food is processed by the liver and in my case sometimes I can feel irritation after eating certain foods.

Regarding the thread, Please only list one food or drink per post, but post as many times as you wish. The reason being its will give all an opportunity to contribute.

Here is my first contribution, don't feel you have to get this heavy on the data.

FOOD - Avocado / does not have to be organic

VIEWPOINT  -  A Liver Super food, my personal favorite high quality food that does not cause any problems with my liver or body. Can be prepared in lots of creative ways.

DATA -  Avocados Nutrient Profile

1.One-fifth of a medium avocado(1 oz.) has 50 calories and contributes nearly  20 vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients, including 8% of the Daily Value (DV) for dietary fiber, 6% of the DV for folate, 4% of the DV for potassium and vitamins E and C; and 2% of the DV for iron per 1-oz. serving, along with 81 micrograms of the carotenoids lutein + zeaxanthin.

 2.Avocados act as a nutrient booster by helping the body to better absorb fat-soluble nutrients, such as alpha- and beta-carotene and lutein, from foods that are eaten with the fruit.

3.Avocados contain less than 1 g of sugar per 1-oz. serving (one- fifth of a medium avocado)



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61 year old Geno type A1, F4 Cirrhotic, started 24 weeks on Harvoni 12-17-14 ,EOT-5 week = UND, 8-31-15 =UND , SVR-24 Baby YES! 

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