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What type of diet should I consume to reduce LDL levels and maintain my SGPT level ?

hello doctor my name is Awees and i m 30yrs old doctor i make my blood tests for HDL normal, LDL high, SGPT 130, HBS -ive, HCV -ive. so i knw i must care my cholesterol n i started diet but i m confuse, can i eat olive oil , fish, omaga3 etc caz this reduce cholistrol but increse SGPT level kindly answer me
Asked On : Sun, 4 Sep 2011
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You must start statin drugs for your high LDL and check your SGPT again after 4 weeks.
If SGPT increases then you stop your statins and simultaneously start aerobic exercises for at least 30 minutes a day as a lifestyle change measure.
Yes you can have fish but it should be roasted.
Red meat is not advisable.
You can have nuts like almond and walnuts in your diet.
If you are overweight reduce your weight.
Any further query is most welcome
take care
Best wishes
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