In the daily life of patients with liver disease, diet is particularly important. Many foods are not suitable for patients with liver disease, such as sunflower seeds, sashimi, etc., which may induce acute hepatitis. People are eating in life After more greasy food, you will often get used to drinking a cup of tea, which can remove the greasy feeling of the food, and can also reduce blood lipids, but it is best not to do this for patients with liver disease, because it may cause toxins to accumulate in the liver. In the future, the burden of liver function is increased. Next, the editor will give you a specific introduction to several misunderstandings that patients with liver disease should avoid in their diet. I hope to bring you some help.
 Frequently eat fried foods
People with frequent liver diseases are often the elderly. For elderly patients with liver diseases, fried foods are not suitable for such people because they contain some carcinogenic Substances may cause canceration of cells. In fact, it is not just a little food, including barbecued and pickled foods, etc., which can damage the liver of patients. In addition, many canned foods that people often eat are artificially added with many additives. You should eat less.
【2】Drink tea immediately after eating
As mentioned earlier, patients with liver disease are not suitable for eating fried foods. This type of food is very Is greasy, so can we solve this problem by drinking tea after a meal? Drinking tea after a meal not only fails to relieve the greasy effect, but also causes constipation in the elderly, causing toxins to stay in the body, especially if it stays In the liver, it may cause liver disease.
Although many elderly people are morePay more attention to health preservation, but there are also some elderly people who still overeating, regardless of the burden of liver and kidney, eat more food, and eat faster. The elderly group is a frequent group of liver diseases, and overeating will only cause Liver disease is more serious, which increases the burden on the entire metabolic system and causes metabolic disorders.
In generalIt is said that patients with liver disease, especially elderly patients with liver disease, should avoid drinking tea after eating greasy food, which may cause acute hepatitis and damage the patient’s liver. In addition, elderly patients with liver disease should not overeating, which can damage the functions of the patient's stomach, liver, and kidneys.