Liver Diet…healthy liver, good health, and long life

Liver Diet:

The ideal way to healthy liver, good health, and long life

The liver is a complex organ with several vital functions, acting as a housekeeper and the poison control center. The liver is essential for digestion; regulates cholesterol and hormone levels; metabolizes fats, proteins, and carbohydrates; stores vitamins, enzymes, iron, and minerals; and detoxifies the blood. An ideal way to strengthen and promote liver function is through food. The purpose is to avoid food that the liver finds difficult to process.


Foods To Avoid: Foods To Eat:
Red Mead, Fatty foods Fish, Beans, Pulses, Lentils
Sugar, Syrup, sugary foods Molasses, Cane sugar (Gaur)
Fried Foods and Chilly Sautéed or stair fried
High-Calorie Foods, Fast Foods High Fiber Foods, Fresh Foods
Fried Egg Boiled Egg
Refined Bread and cereals Wholemeal bread and cereals
Alcohol Sugar-free fruit juice Herbals Teas
Chocolate Substitute chocolate powder
Cow’s Milk Skimmed Milk, Oat milk, soya milk
Roasted Nuts Almond, sesame, and pumpkins seeds

*Restricted foods are citrus fruits, Mushrooms, Raw foods, prawns, shellfish, spinach, tomato seeds, avocadoes, and raisins. This food can be eaten twice a week. Do not have more than two handfuls of food for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Drink 8 to 10 glasses of water a day. Do not drink water while eating food. Drink half an hour before or after eating food.   

The ideal food for the liver is kichiri. India has used it for many centuries to restore health and well-being. Kichiri is known as holy food in India. It is very simple and digestible full of protein, and carbohydrates. It helps to detox and cleanses the liver, supporting healthy digestion, and weight loss, and improving digestive problems (acidity, indigestion, gas, and bloating) whilst also encouraging healthy elimination, improvements in mental clarity, emotional balance, and energizing mind.


How to make Kichiri:

Preparation time: 15 minutes; cooking time: 35 minutes

Serves two


  • 1 tablespoon of olive
  • 1 tablespoon of finely chopped red onion
  • Small cinnamon stick (e.g., 1 inch)
  • ½ teaspoon of turmeric powder
  • 1 bay leaf
  • 4 to 5 whole black peppercorns
  • 1 teaspoon cumin seed, 1 teaspoon fenugreek
  • 1 cup of soaked Basmati or red rice

Half a cup of soaked mung dhal

  • 1 teaspoon of salt (or according to taste)

Methods: In a pan, heat the oil and add cumin seed; once it crackles, then add the fenugreek seed and onion.

Allow the onion to go brown, add the whole dry spices or PRANAA khichri spice and stir it

Add the soaked rice and mung beans and mix well

Add 3 cups of water and salt to taste

Cover and allow to simmer for 15 minute

Ready to eat kichiri then garnish with coriander leaf. Eat with boiled carrot and beetroot

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Liver Diet Plan:

Before Breakfast

Drink 1 to 2 glasses of warm water


Eat Papaya or Red Apple cooked

Cooked moong beans or green sprouted lentils

Whole grains foods


Two vegetables are of two types. Broccoli, French beans, carrot, beetroot, cabbage, courgette, and pumpkin


Rice and lentils cooked together (the Indian dish known as kichiri rice mix)

Or Soup

Note: Liver Diet to follow for four to six weeks.

Contraindications: Avoid during pregnancy, breastfeeding, menstruation, high anxiety, stress or insomnia, and extreme emotional stress. If you suffer severe health problems or are on medication. Please consult your doctor before starting any detox cleanse.

Advice on a Liver diet plan, meditation, and yoga exercises

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Be Healthy

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Take care

Dr. Doja Purkit

Phone: 07703 538 928

Disclaimer: We do not make any health benefit claims. For medical advice consult your doctor and qualified health professional.

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