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What medicines and diet should be taken to reduce SGPT, sugar, cholesterol, triglycerides?

Hello Doctor Good day to you, by the way I am Janice , I would just like to seek an advice from a specialist like you on how to reduce the SGPT , Sugar, Cholesterol , Triglycerides. What medications should be taken. And also what are the safety diet should my father have. I am hoping for your response immediately. Thank you and have a blessed day.
Asked On : Sat, 22 Sep 2012
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Hi Janice.. Thanks for writing us..

Few tips to reduce cholesterol and sugar
1. maintain a healthy weight that means BMI around 20 to 24
2. less fats especially saturated, less refined carbohydrate, no to junk food
more amount of whole grain, fruits, green leafy vegetables
3. 20-30 min. brisk walk or aerobic exercise at least five days a week

medicines for sugar are various antidiabetic pills, insulin injection given according to level of sugar of the patient..
For cholesterol also many medicines are available like statin, fibrates that are also prescribed according to lipid level and clinical profile of patient
I think you are satisfied by my answer

I will be happy to answer any query if there
good day

Regarding SGPT- a marker for Liver injury, raised level indicates HEPATITIS may be due to various causes( no specific diet for that, we have to treat underlying cause)
Answered: Sat, 22 Sep 2012
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