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Liver test done, abnormal values for GGTP, SGOT, LFT. Diet recommendations?

Hi- My name is XXX, my brother age 32 just got his health check up done in which his liver report was not very good, his ggtp, sgot and lft test was nt good at all. We have shown him to the doctor and is on medicines. I have maintained in diet by reducing oil and fatty stuff and alchol which is much less what he used to take. Just wanted to ask u what diet should he follow to maintain his report well. Thanks
Asked On : Tue, 4 Sep 2012
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He is having high SGOT/SGPT level with your history it seems he is having Alcoholic hepatis or Fatty live due to damage by alcohol .The most important step is complete and permanent abstinence form alcohol. You may take help of experts in this regard also.
You can check a enzyme called GGT for liver injury. A Sonography of liver and if required a Biopsy will confirm a diagnosis.
Serious complication like cirrhosis develops in long run ?
As far as diet is concerned a well balance diet with vitamins and minerals trace elements is all that is required.
take help of Dietician and aGastroenterologist.
All the best

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