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How to overcome grade I fatty liver and reduce weight ?

Hello Doctor i am 30 years old.when i was at the age 17 i was detected for jaundice and the doctors told liver was badly affected and i was suggested liv52. by that time i was in normal weight.but after i was continuously putting on weight and now i am 79kgs and my height is 5 1 only after taking so many medications i am not decreasing my weight.and my scan is telling Grade I Fatty liver . i am having type II diabetes also.(when i was pregnant i got but after 3 years it is not in control). doctors are saying if i reduce my weight surely sugar will comes under control. want advice to overcome fatty liver and reduce weight. Thanks
Asked On : Fri, 17 Jun 2011
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hi liver is an organ that can well revert back to normal even though its been affected some part of the life.
Fatty liver grade 1 as reported to you is quite common if BMI is more. It can be reverted back to normal on having control over fatty diets and over food stuffs containing high content of triglycerides.
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