I think it would be turmeric you were recommended, see the link below for some other foods that support a healthy liver.http://www.whfoods.com/genpage.php?tnam ... d=11#title
I love these sites, carrying on and on about foods that "support" various aspects of liver functioning, but never once saying how the function is measured. Just what about "liver function" improves with these foods? I think that someone has looked at various metabolic sequences that occur in the liver, and note any substances in the pathways that are in common with some food, and assume that adding that substance must be a good thing. Sulfur, for example in this article. But they still don't say what's being measured as improved. Oh, by the way, be really careful not to eat too many egg yolks--they have all that nasty saturated fat and cholesterol!
I think that if you give more than passing attention to "liver function" you're worrying way too much!
Eat turmeric because it makes your food taste good!