7 Worst Foods for Your Liver

Here are some foods that, if eaten regularly, can damage the liver, cause fat accumulation in the liver, scarring and liver disease.

Fried foods

fried foods
Fried foods are the “enemy” of your liver

Fried foods are the “enemy” of the liver. A burger and french fries are high in saturated and trans fats, making it difficult for the liver to function properly. Overeating, over time, can lead to inflammation and increase the risk of liver disease.


Eating much sugary foods can lead to fatty liver

Sugar can be one of the worst foods for the liver. Eating a lot of sugar damages the liver by forcing it to convert excess sugar into fat, which means that the liver not only works less effectively, but also increases the risk of fat accumulation. Over time, this can lead to fatty liver.



There is some evidence that a high-salt diet damages the liver by contributing to fibrosis. Fibrosis is the first stage of cirrhosis and can inhibit its function. You should cut back on processed foods that are high in salt.

Canned foods

Canned foods are high in sodium. High sodium levels can lead to fibrosis, the first stage of scarring of liver tissue. Some canned products also contain many other harmful ingredients, which is best not to consume regularly.

Dried fruit

Dried fruit

It may be hard to believe, but consuming large amounts of fructose-rich fruits like raisins and dried fruit can lead to inflammation and fatty liver.
The reason is that the fructose in fruit, which can cause abnormal fat levels in the blood, can cause hepatitis if eaten in excess.

Red meat

Red meat is high in cholesterol. Eating too much red meat increases the risk of liver disease, hepatocellular carcinoma.
It is especially dangerous if the body has had difficulty breaking down red meat in the first place. This can cause a buildup of toxins, leading to encephalopathy.



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