Top 10 Foods That Reverse Fatty Liver

by DailyHealthPost Editorial

6. Artichoke

You may be familiar with artichoke from dipping your corn chips in a bowl of delicious artichoke-spinach dip, but they are known for their numerous health benefits — which extends to liver-protecting ones, too.

On top of being known for helping fight hyperlipidemia — high fat levels in the blood, artichokes are antioxidative and enhance bile production.

Many people don’t know this, but bile actually helps remove waste..


Also, artichoke leaves have long been used in folk medicine as a potent detoxifying agent.

Artichoke leaf extract is a robust liver-protective agent [7] and a common supplement given to individuals suffering from liver diseases. It helps to protect the liver and promotes the growth of new tissue. [8]

5. Broccoli family

Kale, collards, cabbage, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, arugula, and daikon radish — you can’t go wrong with the members of the broccoli family if you‘re looking to strengthen your liver function.

How does this work?

Through indole, a compound plentiful in cruciferous vegetables, which has both protective and reversal[9] effects for fatty liver disease.

Turns out your Mom was right — you should be eating your greens for vitamins, minerals, and — as it turns out — indole.

4. Dandelion Root

Dandelion root has had a longstanding presence in traditional medicine, as it has been used to alleviate stomach and liver ailments.


To this day, dandelion root in the form of herbal tea, tincture, or capsules is consumed to lower the stress on the liver and support its bile production.[10]

On top of that, it fortifies the liver’s ability to filter out potentially harmful compounds from the food we consume.

If you prioritize your liver health, you might want to consider adding an earthy and health-giving cup of dandelion root tea to your repertoire of beverages.