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Have high Cholesterol, TGL and ALT. Any way to reduce it quickly?

Dear Sirs, During my pre employment medical test , my liver function test and lipd profile were found to be unremarkable. Total Cholestrol was 231, TGL 211 and ALT 112. I was aked to consult one doctor and he has asked me to losse some weight. I lost around 9 Kg in two and half months time. When i gave my second test last week, ALT reading improved to 60 and total chloestrol to 212. Doctor has prescribed to take phospholipids tablets along with Vitamin E for further reduction as i wanted my LAT to be below 45 to pass the pre employment test. During last week, i took 1200 mg of essentilae forte 300 mg phospholipds tablets per day. Also reducsed 2.5 Kg s of weight. I gave my medical test yeterday and surprisbgly my LAT level has gone back to 98. AST is normal at 41. total cholestrl is at213 and TGL at 98. Dr., I ma worried as i need to give my preemployment repeat test next week, Is tehre any quick releif for this problem. Kindly help as this is related to my career.
Asked On : Thu, 14 Feb 2013
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General Surgeon 's  Response
Apr 2013
Hi and welcome to HCM.
Nothing can be done quickly in medicine. i am not sure why is this test important for employment but ok. you should treate it primarly by changing lifestyle and dietary habits .eat healthier food and lose weight,avoid alcohol ,stress and smoking. If this is not helpful,you ll need certain medications such as statines. Also,these findings are hardly predictable so it may periodically increase and decrease. Wish you good health. Regards
Answered: Sat, 28 Sep 2013
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