The most common causes of acute liver inflammation are viral infections like hepatitis A, hepatitis B and hepatitis C, mononucleosis, herpes simplex, Epstein-Barr, yellow fever virus, adenovirus and cytomegalovirus.
All of these can cause common liver injury and liver necrosis. In the initial phase of liver infection main symptoms usually are lack of appetite, fever, dull pain under right rib cage ports (pain in the liver – the abdomen), nausea and vomiting. Patients who suffer from liver infection do not vomit, at least not extensively. They are usually put on a strict diet and very soon all symptoms disappear. Pay attention that you take all necessary and essential nutrients. When we started talking about diet, here is something you are advised consume.
Try conducting tea diets at the beginning of acute liver inflammation, when you have no appetite and cannot consume food at all. Try to drink tea (chamomile, mint, lemon balm, rose hips, fennel) sweetened with sugar or honey. If it suits you, try to consume: a compote of apples, vegetable soup with rice, semolina or pasta. Strict diets for the transition period are still very conservative and consist of dishes and drinks that do not affect the digestion and liver.
In addition to a tea, you can, especially if your appetite comes back, take: yogurt (low fat would be excellent choice), low fat cottage cheese, grits or rice pudding, slimy soups, soups with the addition of rice, oats and barley.
Protective diets is applied after the strict, transitional diet, if you feel well and returned to your appetite. In this phase you can return to your normal eating habits. It might be difficult for you, but try to stick with the plan. If you do, you will do yourself and your body a big favor. In a very short period you will see results.