In this case study, we explore the goals of an NAFLD Patient, and the dietary changes required to achieve these goals, including Food Lists and Sample Menu.
In the majority of patients, NAFLD is associated with metabolic risk factors such as obesity, diabetes mellitus, and dyslipidemia. The management of patients with NAFLD consists of treating liver disease as well as the associated metabolic co-morbidities.
Makes 2 servings Ingredients: 2 mangoes, peeled, pitted, diced 150 ml soy milk 250 ml plain soy yogurt 2 tablespoons lemon juice 3 tablespoon sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla extract Recipe directions: Try to buy mango without fibers. Place the mango…Read More
Ingredients: 1 scoop of Soya Life meal replacement drink 1 cup Non-fat Plain Yoghurt 1/2 cup of Mixed Berries (Blueberries, Strawberries, Raspberries) Mint Leaf to garnish (optional) Directions: Mix yogurt and Soya Life meal replacement in a bowl. Once all…Read More
3 tablespoons Soya Life Meal Replacement Powder Half a cup skim milk Half a cup fat free vanilla yoghurt 1 handful of ice cubes 10 strawberries – chopped Add all ingredients into blender and mix together until smooth. The smoothie…Read More
Ideal after-sport refresher
Make 3 Servings = 2153kJ; Carbs: 105g; Prot: 10.5g; Fat: 5g
Make 3 Servings = 1771kJ; Carbs: 82.5g; Prot:10.5g; Fat: 5g
Blend together in a blender/mixer: 1 cup (250ml) Soya Life Instant Meal Replacement Drink (reconstituted) 1 Frozen banana ½ cup …Read More
Low in saturated (bad) fat; rich in cholesterol-lowering soluble fibre.