Doctors never tell you to change your diet because people tend to make excuses and argue with them about it. So I went to a dietician who said to stick to more of a Vegan type diet... Dairy has natural bacteria in it which can agitate the immune system setting off an auto-immune attack so dairy is bad if you have an auto-immune liver disease... almond milk is the best and non-soy vegan substitutes for your dairy products. Also real butter has animal fat in it as does beef and pork. Animal fat is sludge for the liver. If you have to have meat, try to stick to lean chicken, turkey or fish with low mercury levels. No eggs or soy, and shellfish is too risky as is any alcohol. Try to limit your gluten intake (wheat, rye, and barley). Even if you test negative for Celiac’s Disease (an allergy to gluten), people with liver disease tend to be gluten sensitive anyway. Lastly, try to stick with organic, non-GMO, low sodium, no salt substitutes, low processed sugars, no sugar-substitutes, chemical free, no preservatives, and no artificial colors or flavors. As your liver is compromised and cannot filter correctly, avoid eating the things that are poisoning it to begin with. I have PBC, but it would make sense that any liver disease would be a similar type of diet.