Thanks for posting your query.High cholesterol
can cause fatty liver
. Fatty liver is the most common cause of raised ALT. An ultrasound
scan of the abdomen may be done to look for fatty liver.Lipitor
which is used to treat high cholesterol can also damage liver and cause elevated ALT.
High GGT alone may indicate alcohol intake. Along with other raised liver enzymes, it may indicate obstruction to bile flow which is not a feature of high cholesterol.
I hope that answers your question.