Diet with increased bilirubin in the blood

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Diet with elevated bilirubin in the blood is an effective way to restore the level of the indicator without using strong medications. We will tell you about the products, nutrition rules and reviews about this diet.

Diet will help to improve health

Diet with increased bilirubin has one goal – to relieve the liver, so the menu is made up of harmless foods. An increase in this indicator can lead to more serious problems, because bilirubin is a natural toxin capable of destroying cells in our body.

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Sausages and sausages are better to exclude

Observing the diet, you need to remember that all products are now divided into 3 groups:

  1. Lowering the level of bilirubin.
  2. Neutral, which you can eat without fear.
  3. Products that increase the level of bilirubin or have a negative effect on liver function.

The first enemy with an increased level of bilirubin is alcohol and salt, and it is recommended to exclude them completely from the diet. Ready meals can be sprinkled with seasonings, herbs, but without salting. Therefore, throughout the entire diet will have to eat only home-made meals.

In the purchase of sausages, sausages, canned food and other things there is always salt, which you are contraindicated.

For the duration of the diet, it is necessary to limit the consumption of any bread and fatty butter. Also, you can not eat pastries and other foods containing soda, yeast, baking powder.

What foods does the diet menu for increased bilirubin in the blood?

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From sweet you can afford jelly

The diet menu is based on such products:

  1. Milk and sour-milk products.
  2. Kashi.
  3. Fresh natural juices, compotes of fresh and dried fruit berries, jelly and jelly, tea and water without gas.
  4. Vegetables and fruits with low acid content.
  5. Low-fat meat and fish.

As we said, there are 3 product groups. Consider those who, when dieting, reduce elevated bilirubin:

  1. All dairy products, but it is better to give preference to food with low fat content.
  2. Soups with vegetable broth or milk.
  3. Egg boiled or steam egg.
  4. Sweet fruits and berries such as strawberries, apricots, watermelons, melons, raspberries and strawberries.

It is also important how you eat. It is recommended to eat small, but full portions of 6 once a day, but not later than 6-7 hours of the evening. During a diet, drink plenty of water, compotes and juices.

For breakfast, necessarily eat porridge

  1. Menu No. 1.
    • Breakfast: always porridge, it’s rice, buckwheat or oatmeal, which is added 1 art. spoonful of low-fat sour cream. For dessert – a ripe banana.
    • Second breakfast: 150 grams of boiled carrots and a glass of low-fat yogurt without dyes.
    • Lunch: rice soup with a piece of chicken, jelly from raspberry.
    • Snack: baked sweet apple.
    • Dinner: cottage cheese casserole with sour cream, a glass of milk.
    • Last supper: 100 grams of boiled rabbit meat, 100 salad from boiled carrots, not strong tea.
  2. Menu No. 2.
    • Breakfast: steamed pancakes from carrots, oatmeal with 1 spoon of sour cream, tea.
    • Second breakfast: 1 a large persimmon or sweet apple.
    • Lunch: 1 boiled potatoes, 100 grams of steam cutlets from rabbit meat, a glass of milk.
    • Snack: steam cheese cakes, a glass of apricot juice.
    • Dinner: milk soup with rice, cottage cheese with banana.
    • Last supper: 100 grams of baked fish, boiled cauliflower, a glass of milk.

During the day you can drink water, juices. If there is a feeling of hunger, then you can have a bite of fruit, and it is better to drink 200 ml of kefir, milk or curdled milk. When making the menu, plan it in such a way that the heavy foods are not combined in one meal. So, it is not recommended to eat meat, cottage cheese, fish together, and even with milk.

Remember that meat and fish are perfectly combined with porridge or with soup ingredients, and cottage cheese is a wonderful independent dish.

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Miriam Josey
Miriam Josey is an RD and expert in healthy diets and sustainable lifestyles. She has a B.S from Cal State (Nutritional Science) and an M.S. from the University of Southern California (Nutrition, Healthspan, and Longevity). Miriam’s professional chef certificate allows her to develop rich, non-restrictive diets for weight loss.


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