Natural Remedies For Treating Fatty Liver

The liver is certainly one of the most vital organs in our body. Today, people are living very unhealthy, which greatly affects the health of the liver and other organs. Fatty liver, or steatosis, is one of the most common diseases affecting this vital organ. In its simplest form it does not represent a threat to livers normal function, however, larger amounts of deposited fats can cause numerous complications.

Fatty liver occurs when fat takes up 5-10% of the liver. One of the ways to clean your liver is to consume whey regularly. In the majority of cases it is detected in people with diabetes and in people older than 50 years. Many people find that fatty liver causes no major complications. 

Fatty liver is usually called the "silent disease" because it is often not accompanied by any symptoms, especially in the initial phase. In the advanced stage - after a few years passes, sometimes even decades - may appear atypical signs such as general weakness, loss of weight or appetite, nausea, confusion, or problems with concentration. In addition, there may be pain in the central or upper right abdomen, dark spots on the skin of the neck or forearm, and enlarged liver. Fatty liver symptoms in alcoholics are usually worsen after a period of excessive alcohol consumption. If the liver cirrhosis is developed, it means that liver function was significantly violated and it is usually manifested by retaining fluid in the tissues, loss of muscle mass, jaundice, internal bleeding and liver failure.

Fatty liver can be caused by excessive consumption of alcoholic beverages. Three specific sign of liver disease include yellow skin (due to the accumulation of bilirubin levels in the blood), easy bruising and itching.

Currently there is no specific way to treat fatty liver. However, regulation or treatment of any hidden or primary causes that may disrupt liver function, such as diabetes, is very essential. When it comes to alcoholic fatty liver disease, the most important thing is to completely stop drinking alcohol. In fact, this measure is also useful for the nonalcoholic’s that are suffering from fatty liver.

Healthy Diet

It is very important, that people who have fatty liver, take care of their diet, they need to eat healthy. Fatty liver diet contains:
  • Reduced fat in the diet, especially saturated (margarine, butter, sour cream) and preparing meals by steaming, grilling or boiling in water, or with a minimal amount of olive oil, is an obligation for those who have liver problems.
  • Avoid unnecessary medications. This is also an effective measure for stopping or slowing down disease progression. Even certain vitamins and minerals in the form of supplements can cause health problems, which is why it is recommendable to take vitamins from the original natural source (fruits and vegetables).

Natural home remedies for treating fatty liver


Studies shown that it is very good in the treatment. Ginger contains antioxidants, but also helps regulate levels of triglycerides. 


Pour over 2 tablespoons of ginger root hot water, let it stand for a few minutes and drink. Another option is to add grated ginger as a dressing to your salad.

Tea made from dandelion 

Dandelion is known from the ancient times as a traditional medicine. Dandelion is recommended to those who have problems with fatty liver because it purifies the blood and acts as an antioxidant.


Pour over 2 teaspoons of finely powdered dandelion root 2 dl of boiling water. Cover and let it stand. After 20 minutes, strain and drink. Drink this tea in the morning and in the evening.

fatty liver natural remedies
Food That Cleans The Liver


It contains enzymes that activates the substance responsible for the oxidation of fatty acids. Also, grapefruit lowers fat throughout the body, and therefore in the liver. 

Tea made from milk thistle


Pour over 1-2 teaspoons of dry thistle 2 dl of boiling water. Cover and let it stand for 15 minutes. Stir and strain. Drink one cup three times a day.

Mixture of herbs as a treatment of liver cirrhosis


20 g nettle

20 g of calendula
20 g chicory
20 g of yarrow
20 g bitter clover
20 g horsetail
20 g of hops
20 g Chelidonium
20 g of corn silk 

Make a tea mixture, take a tablespoon of this mixture and pour with 2.5 dl of water. Let it stand for a few minutes. Strain and drink unsweetened.
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