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means that there are parts of the liver that have in more fat than is expected, if it gets worse it can lead to complications.
Fatty liver can be as a result of alcohol use or it can be called non alcoholic fatty liver.
Non alcoholic fatty liver tends to occur in person who may have excess weight though there are other causes that are not as common.
Your blood tests (the liver function tests) are normal so that is a good sign, it implies that the liver is still working properly.
Fatty liver can progress to inflammation of the liver but if lifestyle changes are started this does not have to happen and some of the present problems in the liver may be reversed.
The lifestyle changes will help with the diabetes
as well. The HDL
cholesterol, which is the good cholesterol , is a little too low. It is suppose to be greater than 40 for a male and 50 for a female.
In terms of the lifestyle changes your would need to , if possible: (1) increase your level of activity to at least 150 mins a week
(2) decrease your use of sodas and fruit juices, these contain fructose which is thought to play a role in developing fatty liver. Use water instead
(3) increase your use of fruits and vegetables, these should be half of your plate for your main meals and be a part of your snacks
(4) decrease your use of fried foods
(5)decrease your carbohydrate
intake, this would also help control your blood sugar. These are found in rice/ flour/ roti/some breakfast cereals/bread and biscuits/pasta. when you decrease it you may need to speak to your doctor because the amount of insulin
you need will decrease.
I hope this helps