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Author Topic: Foods to avoid  (Read 7997 times)

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Offline Hepboy

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Foods to avoid
« on: December 22, 2013, 12:01:50 am »
Are there foods to avoid eating for people with Hep B?

Offline iana5252

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Re: Foods to avoid
« Reply #1 on: December 22, 2013, 03:44:57 pm »
Our friends at the Hepatitis B Foundation (http://www.hepb.org) offer the following helpful tips:

  • Avoid alcohol and smoking as they can be extremely harmful to a liver already infected with the hepatitis B virus.
  • Although there is no special diet for people who have chronic hepatitis B, a healthy, well-balanced diet that is low-fat and includes plenty of vegetables is recommended.
  • Avoid eating raw shellfish, since they can contain bacteria that are harmful to your liver.


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