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    Protect your liver from fatty liver disease with these ten food items

    As per a study conducted by researchers at Texas A&M AgriLife Research, indole, a natural compound found in many widely consumed vegetables can help combat fatty liver disease. The research shows that indole can reduce inflammation and fatty deposits and thus control non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). The largest internal organ in the human body, the liver plays numerous roles – from filtering the blood which comes from the digestive tract before it goes to the rest of the body, detoxification to the production of bile that helps digest our food and protein synthesis to storing vital fats and minerals.

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    Kim Kardashian's epic kitchen tour revealed her 'plant-based' diet. Here's what that means

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  • 10 Bollywood actors who have adopted a vegetarian/vegan diet
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    10 Bollywood actors who have adopted a vegetarian/vegan diet

    Indian skipper, Virat Kohli, recently spoke about how turning a vegetarian has made him feel much lighter and that he has “never felt better in life.” While the choice of diet is purely a personal one, many Bollywood celebrities have opted to turn vegetarian and vegan to lead healthier lives, and also to do their bit for planet Earth. After reading it while on a flight, Shahid Kapoor decided to give up meat and even inspired his then girlfriend, Kareena Kapoor, to turn vegetarian. In 2011, Kapoor was named PETA’s Asia’s Sexiest Vegetarian Man and in 2016, was PETA India’s sexiest vegetarian celebrity, along with Sonam Kapoor.