Berries: It’s smart to add blueberries, strawberries, and raspberries to your meals and snacks because they’re rich in fiber. Berries also contain many antioxidants, including ones called anthocyanins.
Grapes: Like berries, grapes contain fiber and antioxidants. More specifically, grapes contain an antioxidant called resveratrol.
Nuts: Nuts are full of healthy unsaturated fats, which are a good addition to your diet for multiple reasons.
Beans: The American Liver Foundation recommends reducing saturated fat and red meat in your diet. One great way to do that is to occasionally replace red meat with beans, lentils, and chickpeas.
Fatty fish: Oily or fatty fish — such as salmon and trout — is a good source of omega-3 fat. NAFLD is associated with diets that are too high in omega-6 fats (like from vegetable and seed oils) and too low in omega-3 fats.
Coffee: Coffee is good for liver health, but it works best when you don’t add a ton of sugar, because excess sugar is bad for your liver.
Tea: Tea, specifically green tea, contains compounds — called catechins — that have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects.