What to Avoid Eating in Liver Disease?


What I should not to eat during Liver Disease?

Hepatitis B is a type of hepatitis. Because it is highly contagious and easily induces cancer, it is a very worrying disease. In fact, hepatitis is divided into many types, and different types of hepatitis harm the body. This article is here. Take a closer look at the types of hepatitis and the dietary contraindications for patients with hepatitis.

Hepatitis is mainly divided into the following situations

I. Drug-induced hepatitis

This is because some components of the drug or its metabolites cause liver inflammatory diseases. Common drugs such as sulfa and isoniazid may cause this disease to occur, and the liver is very important in the drug's metabolic process. Therefore, it is easy to become one of the target cells for adverse reactions.

II. Viral hepatitis

As the name suggests, this is a disease caused by the hepatitis virus. It is a systemic infectious disease mainly based on liver inflammation and necrotic disease. Viral hepatitis is divided into several different types, including A, B, C, D, E Hepatitis B, Ji and Geng, of which Hepatitis B is a well-known disease, because it is highly contagious and harms. 
In addition, simplex virus and cytomegalovirus can also cause hepatitis, which has different symptoms and characteristics in different diseases.

III. Toxic hepatitis

The appearance of this disease is related to the physical, chemical and other hepatotoxic substances in the environment. For example, phosphorus and arsenic can cause liver inflammation and hepatitis.

IV. Autoimmune hepatitis

The cause of this disease is not clear so far. It is a disease that causes inflammatory lesions of the liver with hyperglobulinemia and a variety of autoantibodies, and the onset is relatively slow and difficult to detect. In addition, autoimmune hepatitis Most have a certain heredity.

V. Alcoholic hepatitis

This disease is caused by long-term consumption of medical treatments containing ethanol. Clinical reports show that drinking more than 80 grams per day for five consecutive years can cause alcoholic liver disease and alcoholic hepatitis.

VI. Non-alcoholic hepatitis

These patients have fatty degeneration and necrotic inflammation in their livers. Although their symptoms are similar to alcoholic hepatitis, they do not have a history of drinking alcohol. They can usually only be detected by liver biopsy.

What foods Hepatitis patients cannot eat?

Diagrammatic Dissection of Hepatitis virus

High Protein Food

There are certain abnormalities in the liver of patients with hepatitis. If a large amount of high-protein foods are used to increase blood ammonia in the body, the liver cannot quickly convert blood ammonia to urea. Therefore, hepatic coma and severe appearance will be induced over time. Patients are advised not to consume food such as goat liver and beef.

High cholesterol food

Cholesterol needs to be metabolized in the liver, so eating high-cholesterol foods often increases the burden on the liver. Therefore, patients with hepatitis should preferably eat less high-cholesterol foods such as trotters, egg yolks, and animal livers.
Virus of Hepatitis Formulae

Spicy and stimulating food

Spicy and stimulating foods can help dampness and heat, and are not good for recovery, so patients with lamb, dog, and pepper should also avoid it.


Alcohol has to be metabolized by the liver after entering the body. If the liver has been injured, it will undoubtedly worsen the liver.


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