The normal range of GGT
is 0 to 51 international units per liter (IU/L).
GGT is contained within liver
cells. When these cells are damaged, the enzyme leaks into the bloodstream and can be detected with a blood test
High GGT levels are associated with liver diseases such as hepatitis
, liver tumors, and jaundice
, myocardial infarction
, heavy or chronic alcohol use, pancreatic cancer and pancreatitis
The best treatment to tackle high levels of GGT is to totally abstain from alcohol.
The role of the medicines advised to you is controversial and moreover no medicine shall work if you keep on consuming alcohol.