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Blood tests showed elevated sgpt, cholesterol, ultrasound showed fatty liver. What type of diet will help reducing sgpt?

Hi m a 35 yr old female . my recent blood test showd that sgpt is 111 n cholestrol is 233 . my bad cholestrol is also high. i underwent ultrasound n it showed a fatty liver . dr has put me on tablets to bring down cholestrol n sgpt. i would very much like to know what eating habit wil help me to bring down my sgpt to normal, because all d time im feeling nausea . kindly advice me on wat to eat n wat not to eat.
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If other causes for Hepatitis (liver inflammation) have been ruled out and the only evident cause for it seems to be the extra deposition of fat in the liver, then diet high in saturated fats should be avoided.

Such a diet would include butter, Ghee and milk with cream etc

You should go for diet rich in unsaturated fats specially one that contains omega 3.

Besides this exercise and weight loss would be a crucial thing to go for.

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Answered: Sun, 22 Jul 2012
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