Sue Jones Wahroonga Dietitian
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Sue Jones Wahroonga Dietitian
02 9347 2404
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Liver Disease and Diet

Specific nutrients can become an important part of the management of liver disease.

There are two different dietary treatment/management options for liver disease, as there are two quite different types of liver disease.

Cirrhosis of the liver may require adjustments to dietary protein, salt, fluid and total kilojoules/calories. Often weight gain or prevention of weight loss is a dietary goal. Managing your protein intake each day can be an important part of managing your symptoms.

Managing your salt and fluid levels each day can be important for managing your symptoms.

Sue can help you to sort out which of these dietary factors is a priority, and how to work out what to eat each day.

NAFLD (non-alcoholic fatty liver disease)

Fatty liver disease can lead to serious health complications including inflammation of the liver and cirrhosis of the liver.

NAFLD requires adjustments to dietary factors to enable weight loss, and often attention to the particular types of carbohydrate in the diet.

NAFLD affects about 10% of all Australians. Risk factors and associated health conditions include: obesity, insulin resistance, type II Diabetes , high blood lipids (cholesterol and triglycerides) and increasing age.

The good news is that fatty liver is reversible if detected early enough. Talk to Sue about what dietary changes you might make to help reduce your risk.

Read more about insulin resistance, managing your weight and blood lipids management.

Make an Appointment
Meet Sue
Our Services
Make a Plan

Liver Disease and Diet

Specific nutrients can become an important part of the management of liver disease.

There are two different dietary treatment/management options for liver disease, as there are two quite different types of liver disease.

Cirrhosis of the liver may require adjustments to dietary protein, salt, fluid and total kilojoules/calories. Often weight gain or prevention of weight loss is a dietary goal. Managing your protein intake each day can be an important part of managing your symptoms.

Managing your salt and fluid levels each day can be important for managing your symptoms.

Sue can help you to sort out which of these dietary factors is a priority, and how to work out what to eat each day.

NAFLD (non-alcoholic fatty liver disease)

Fatty liver disease can lead to serious health complications including inflammation of the liver and cirrhosis of the liver.

NAFLD requires adjustments to dietary factors to enable weight loss, and often attention to the particular types of carbohydrate in the diet.

NAFLD affects about 10% of all Australians. Risk factors and associated health conditions include: obesity, insulin resistance, type II Diabetes , high blood lipids (cholesterol and triglycerides) and increasing age.

The good news is that fatty liver is reversible if detected early enough. Talk to Sue about what dietary changes you might make to help reduce your risk.

Read more about insulin resistance, managing your weight and blood lipids management.