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Diagnosed with Gilbert's syndrome, high levels of liver function parameters. Diet?

Im a 19 year old male .. weight 68 kgs / height 5 7 all my liver function parameters seem to be a bit raised BILIRUBIN -DIRECT 0.43 mg/dl BILIRUBIN - TOTAL 2.66 mg/dl BILIRUBIN (INDIRECT) CALCULATED 2.23 mg/dl 0 - 0.9 SGOT 44 U/l SGPT 54 U/l ALP 113.6 U/l GGT 66 U/l i do no not have any signs or symptoms as of now...but i had earlier been diagnosed with GILBERT S SYNDROME can plz tell me what all i am required to do or eat to achieve normal values Thank You (all above values by photometric method)
Asked On : Sun, 26 Aug 2012
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Your liver enzyme parameter (SGOT, SGPT, ALP, GGT) are well within normal range.
Your direct bilirubin is also normal. Only your indirect and total bilirubin (normal upto 1.4) values are high
Total bilirubin = direct + Indirect.
Gilberts syndrome is congenital which causes increase increase in indirect to direct bilirubin ratio.
Your ratio is increased.
Mostly Gilbert's_syndrome dont have any symptoms and usually no treatment is needed.
For the diet, it should be whole grains, vegetables and fruits ie most of the diet should be of carbohydrates, moderate amount of fat. Consume less amount of protiens.
Strictly no to alcohol
Hope i am of some help to you
Answered: Sun, 26 Aug 2012
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