If you don’t drink alcohol, it is still possible to get liver disease. Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease causes your liver to become marbled in fat and can obviously cause you many health issues. Luckily, cruciferous vegetables are there to help fight the liver disease. A simple way to get these vegetables into your diet are to start eating things like organic kale, cabbage or cauliflower. We don’t necessarily know how the gut relates to the liver yet as more research needs to be done, but adding those vegetables to a diet can’t hurt.
- Scientists did a study that featured 137 subjects and it showed that people with higher BMIs had lower indole levels in the blood.
- Adding more cruciferous vegetables to your diet can help you prevent fatty liver and these vegetables include kale, cabbage and cauliflower.
- When you get non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, your liver basically becomes marbled with fat.
“Beyond this recent study, research conducted a couple of years ago also discovered benefits of eating cruciferous vegetables for better liver health. Broccoli sprouts have been shown to improve overall liver function and any liver abnormalities, as well.”