Q. What is the diet plan for the patient suffering from non-alcoholic fatty liver?

Answered by
Sanchari Majumder
and medically reviewed by iCliniq medical review team.
This is a premium question & answer published on Jan 22, 2023

Hello doctor,

I am a 22-year-old and need your help in planning my diet plan. I have non-alcoholic fatty liver grade II with a size of 162 mm, two kidney stones in the right kidney having sizes of 3.5 mm and 5.2 mm, and gastritis. I get mild pain that makes me feel uncomfortable and a burning sensation on the right side. My bilirubin value is high at 1.5 mg/dL, and also I have normocytic normochromic anemia. My hepatitis B test has been non-reactive. The doctor prescribed me Cystone, Liv.52, Sucrafil, one proton pump inhibitor, and a multivitamin.

With your help, I might be able to get a good diet plan and get better. Thanks.



Welcome to

I understand your concern.

I will give you a diet chart. Try to follow this:

Early morning have light black tea with biscuits.

For breakfast, have cooked oatmeal or cooked dalia with vegetables like green beans, carrot, and onion or smashed bread white and egg white.

Mid-morning, have whole fruits such as pineapple, berry, and strawberry with stewed apple.

For lunch, have one bowl of rice, veg dal half bowl, lean chicken, freshwater fish, paneer curry, cabbage curry, and salad.

In the evening snacks, have vegetables or chicken stew with less salt or two pieces of egg white.

For dinner, have roti or rice in one cup, stewed veg (gourd, radish, etc.), and one piece of skinless fish.

I advise you to have the following:

1. Avoid eating grapes.

2. Try to avoid more salty foods, canned foods, popcorn, chocolate, brown sugar, health drinks, cold drinks, baking powder, yeast, cake, pastry., soft drinks, potato., spinach, tomato sauce, soy sauce, alcohol, peas., lentils.

3. Take an apple, pineapple, papaya, pear, and guava among fruits.

4. Take skimmed milk boiled with garlic cloves and sour curd as a protein supplement.

5. Avoid oily and spicy food.

6. Drink five cups of water daily.

8. Do not take stress.

9. You can take sago porridge for breakfast.

10. Sleep for at least eight hours.


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