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Cirrhosis: What You Need To Know

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What is Cirrhosis?

Liver Cirrhosis

Have you been diagnosed with cirrhosis? You are not alone. Before learning about cirrhosis, it’s important to understand how the liver works.

The liver performs over 500 functions in our bodies. Everything we eat, drink and breathe goes through the liver. Toxins such as junk food, alcohol, and cigarettes negatively impact liver health.

When the liver is severely damaged, scar tissue forms. New cells do not regenerate because of scar tissue. This is called cirrhosis.

Cirrhosis prevents the liver from functioning properly. Scar tissue makes blood flow more difficult and slows the liver’s processing of hormones, drugs, toxins, and nutrients.

There is no cure for cirrhosis because scar tissue cannot be repaired.

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Symptoms of Cirrhosis

Symptoms of Cirrhosis

Early symptoms of cirrhosis may be mild and easy to ignore. The following are common symptoms:

  1. Loss of appetite
  2. Fatigue (being tired a lot)
  3. Jaundice (yellowing of the skin)
  4. Blood in stool

Going to the doctor for a physical exam can help you find out more information. Your doctor may recommend a blood or liver function test to diagnose cirrhosis.

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Risk Factors

The most common causes of cirrhosis are alcohol abuse and an unhealthy diet. Some other risk factors include:

  • Hepatitis C
  • Fatty liver disease
  • Obesity
  • Exposure to toxins

Although there is no treatment for cirrhosis, maintaining healthy lifestyle habits is extremely effective in its prevention. Find out more about a healthy liver diet.

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Cirrhosis Diet

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Healthy fats

Omega 3 and monounsaturated fats improve your liver's ability to produce glucose and reduce fat. Nuts, seeds, and avocado are excellent sources.


Natural vitamins and minerals

A diet rich in vitamins and minerals helps the liver regenerate cells. Green leafy vegetables are the most nutrient dense food.


Low calorie foods

Reducing your calories will lead to a slimmer body and make it easier for the liver to function. Fruits, vegetables, and beans are low in calories and high in fiber, so you will stay full for longer.


Protein

Protein is an important part of a well-balanced diet. Choose lean protein sources with sources with low fat like beans, legumes, and fish.


Antioxidants

If nutrients aren't broken down properly, more fat develops in the liver. Antioxidants help break down nutrients. Berries, and green tea are great sources.

Avoid These!


Unhealthy fats

Trans and saturated fats contribute to a fatty liver. Eat less meat and dairy and limit your use of oil in cooking. Hydrogenated vegetable oil is particularly harmful and linked to cancer.


GMOs

Genetically modified foods contain toxins that are hard on the liver. Common sources are meat and dairy and processed foods that contain soy and corn like sugary breakfast cereals.


Simple carbs

Simple carbohydrates spike blood sugar levels because they are processed by the body very quickly. Avoid white bread, candy, and baked goods.


Salt

Sodium raises blood pressure, restricts blood flow, and inhibits healthy kidney functioning. Pay attention to how much salt is in your food by reading nutritional information on packages and cooking at home. Avoid cured meats.


Alcohol

Processing alcohol damages your liver. If your cirrhosis is due to alcoholic fatty liver diseases, do not drink any type of alcohol. For other conditions, drink infrequently and never binge.

Important Facts

  • Fatty liver disease may progress to cirrhosis. Fatty liver disease is typically caused by an unhealthy diet.
  • Alcoholic fatty liver disease can progress to cirrhosis. If you have cirrhosis, it is important not to drink alcohol.
  • Individuals with cirrhosis should avoid high sodium foods. Amsety Bars adhere to this health guideline and contain no added salt.
  • Individuals with cirrhosis may need extra protein in their diet. Research suggests that vegetable and dairy protein sources are more beneficial for liver health than meat sources.
  • Fried and processed foods damage the liver because they contain toxins that are difficult to break down.
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Super 16 Vitamin & Mineral Mix Supporting Liver Health

Super 16 Vitamins & Minerals
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Naturally supports your liver health

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Includes essential vitamins and minerals for liver health

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Balances your daily diet

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Supports daily nutrient intake

Amsety's Super 16 Vitamin and Mineral Mix is created by leading US liver specialists and food engineers to provide the essential vitamins and minerals for optimal liver health.

It's important to maintain a healthy, whole foods diet. That's why our unique blend is carefully designed to include the properties of natural foods that best support healthy liver functions.

The Super 16 Vitamin and Mineral Mix includes a carrot's vitamin A, an orange's vitamin C, and spinach's vitamin E to promote the 16 most beneficial plant-based vitamins and minerals for liver health.

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Why Amsety Bars Are Good For Your Liver

Amsety has introduced the first nutrition bar including the Super 16 Vitamin & Mineral Mix. Amsety Bars were created specifically to meet the dietary requirements of individuals with liver conditions and support liver health. Amsety Bars are only available online. Visit Amsety's online shop.

Amsety Bars Super 16
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Includes the Super 16 Mix of essential vitamins and minerals for liver health, many of which are difficult to find in regular meals or even supplements.

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Helps liver patients manage their daily diets due to healthy and nutrient dense formula.

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Provides sufficient energy intake for liver patients and supports oral intake among patients with poor appetites.

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A healthy on-the-go snack that that helps liver patients manage a complicated lifestyle resulting from liver disease.

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Sources:

The Epidemiology of Cirrhosis in the United States: A Population-based Study - Scaglione S, Kliethermes S, Cao G, Shoham D, Durazo R, Luke A, Volk ML (J Clin Gastroenterol. 2015 Sep), US Department of Veteran Affairs, Webmd.com, Livestrong.com, Mayo Clinic, Healthcommunities.com, Patient.info, Hepcnet.net.

Please note that we do not provide any medical advice, diagnoses, procedures, tests or therapies on our website. Amsety does not offer any medical diagnosis or treatment advice and our products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. As a liver patient, you should always discuss your diet with your doctor.

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