Foods high in saturated fats, such as fatty cuts of meat, processed meats, full-fat dairy products, and fried foods, should be limited.
Foods and beverages high in added sugars, including sugary drinks, sweets, pastries, and desserts, should be minimized.
Foods made with refined grains like white bread, white rice, and pasta should be limited. They can raise blood sugar levels and promote liver fat accumulation.
Foods containing trans fats, such as commercially baked goods, fried foods, and processed snacks, should be avoided.
Alcohol is a major contributor to fatty liver disease. It is essential to avoid alcohol completely or limit it to the recommended safe levels .
Foods and beverages that contain high-fructose corn syrup, such as sodas, sweetened juices, and processed snacks, should be avoided.