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Fatty liver grade 2, eating raw vegetables and fruits. What to do now?

hello, my name is sumit i am a civil pilot .last month airforce doctors put me down because of fatty liver grade as i was 97 kg and height 6 feet .then after that i lost weight now i m 85 kg but fatty liver grade 2 is still there and eating raw veg and fruits no fatty food please suggest me what to do and how long it will take to get rid for thanks
Asked On : Thu, 8 Nov 2012
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hi, fatty liver now a days is a very common finding. recently doctors are very much concerned about it. it is mainly a lifestyle disorder mainly related to our eating habits. fatty and oily foods are the most common cause, and if the person is a alcoholic than it is a worse situation. so dont worry. avoid oily/ fatty diet. regular aerobic exercices and consume fruits and green veggies rich in antioxidants. not to worry unless you stick to precautions.
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