Dining Out the Liver-Friendly Way

Dining Out the Liver-Friendly Way

‘Dining out has to be enjoyed but because you’re on liver cleansing, you’re excluded of the luxury.’


Good news is, it is not necessarily true. If you know how to pick your foods well, you don’t need to fret over not being able to enjoy your food choice since they’re liver-friendly.

Listed below are tips on best foods to enjoy without disrupting your liver cleansing process. Eat right and enjoy!

Italian Cuisine

  • Settle for lentil dishes, vegetables, fish and seafood risottos, soups and salads like roasted capsicums and tomatoes.
  • Choose sugar-free salads.
  • Avoid pizzas and creamy pastas.

French Cuisine

  • Avoid rich desserts.
  • As much as possible, avoid white bread, pastries and creamy soups and sauces.

Middle Eastern Cuisine

  • Request for a falafel plate with hummus and babaganoush dips on the side.
  • Avoid couscous, pita or Lebanese bread.

Japanese Cuisine

  • Avoid deep-fried dishes, tempura and breadcrumb coated meats.
  • Brown rice, sushi roll and a cup of miso soup is a good combination especially for lunch.
  • Choose fresh tuna, salmon, avocado and cucumber.
  • Sushi, sashimi, rice noodle dishes, and buckwheat noodle ramen soup are recommended.

Indian Cuisine

  • Choose vegetable, lentil, and tofu dishes.
  • Coconut dishes spiced with curry, turmeric or chili are good choices.
  • Avoid high-fat, dip-fried dishes

Chinese, Thai and Vietnamese Cuisines

  • Green papaya salad and Asian seafood salad are good choices.
  • Try coconut dishes and fresh rice paper rolls.
  • Try rice and bean noodle dishes.
  • Hot pots and stir-fries are also good dishes.


  • Avoid soft-serve ice cream and settle for sorbet or gelato icecream.
  • Fresh fruits are great desserts.
  • Omelettes and scrambled eggs with grilled vegetables are good picks.


Dine out right and enjoy your meal!

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