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Labs show high LFT, ultrasound detected fatty liver. Analysis and natural treatment means?

I am a 40 year Man.I have recently done a routine blood test, Test results show following abnormal results MCH- Mean Corp hemoglobin = 26.9 (Normal range is report is 27-32) EOS% Eosinophils =7.9 (0-5) CHOL-Total Cholestrol = 223.4 (0-200) LDL- LDL Cholesterol =154.8 (0-130) Uric Acid = 6.72 (3.5-7.2) it is within the range ALT =109 (0-44.9) GGT = 112.4 (42.3-54.9) AST =53.2 (0-34.9) Doctor has advised me to go for ultrasound, Following is the report of Ultrasound Liver: Shape and size preserved. Homogeneous parenchyma. Diffused increased echogenicity compatiable with fatty liver, GRADE I/II BILE DUCT: Intra and extrahepatic biliary undilated. GALLBLADDER: Acalculous. Thin, smooth walls, impresses with little sludge biliar. PANCREAS: Size and shape preserved. SPLEEN: Normal size and shape, Homogenous parenchyma. KIDNEY: Both normal size and shape. Cortico medullary ratio preserved. Not dilated renal sinuse. My question is what is my condition,and how can it be treated in a natural way. I have never drink in my life, I am not a smoking, I do not eat much fatty food, even fast food. I am non vegetarian, and eat chicken a couple of times a week. I do not eat saturated fat, like butter or ghee. Kindly advise me that how I am improve from this. Any food which would be best suited etc
Asked On : Wed, 9 Jan 2013
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Dear Sir ..
I appreciate that you dont consume alcohol and avoid fatty food.
Fatty liver can be found due to some genetic and environmental factors. We call it Non Alcoholic Fatty Liver disease.
Since your cholestrol reading s are also high, so I would advice you to add to your life a chapter of exercise. Reduce a little weight, do moderate exercise s on regular basis.
I m supposing you are not a diabetic or hypertensive.
if you smoke stop it. Avoid potato, rice, trans fat.. avoid unnecessary drugs like pain killers.
I feel exercise will definitely help you improve your lipid profile.
Keep on regular follow up for Fatty liver.

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Answered: Sat, 23 Nov 2013
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