Thank you for the query.
Your liver tests are slightly elevated. The reason of such results can be bad diet, alcohol abuse
or obesity. This is called fatty liver
. If left untreated can lead to irreversible liver cirrhosis
. Luckily fatty liver is reversible. To improve your liver, diet is the most important thing. Mentioned medicines are helpful, but wont do the whole job.
You should definitely change your diet and lifestyle. Please avoid fatty foods, spicy foods, fried foods. Increase vegetables, whole grains, mineral water intake. Start some physical activity. Do not drink alcohol, try to avoid painkillers.
Hope this will help.