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Diet, exercise, treatment for a patient diagnosed with fatty liver?

Myself Kuldeep, dear doctor my SGPT: 155 ,I intake alcohol with in a week or 2 week. Last year i did an ultrasound of abdomen which was Fatty Liver of stage 2 and 3. Today i have tested my blood which have SGPT 155. Please tell which type of food should i take to maintain this. Type of exercise? Currently I am taking a homeopathic medicine Heptason for liver problems. Should i continue this or not? Thanks in advance
Asked On : Sun, 2 Dec 2012
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General Surgeon 's  Response
Apr 2013
Hi and welcome to HCM Thanks for the query.
There is no specific exercise for fatty liver,it shold be aerobic exercises and you need to regulate your body weight by exercise and dietary changes. especially limit sugar and fats intake,alcohol intake. YOu need to eat lot of fruit and vegetables.If there is lipid levels elevation or sugar blood elevation you need to take medicines for it. Also,there are certain medicines for fatty liver but it should be taken only if it cant be regulated by dietary and lifestyle habits
WIsh you good health. Regards
Answered: Wed, 6 Nov 2013
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