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Liver function test done. SGPT, SGOT high. How to reduce through diet?

hellow doctor earlier my sgpt was 185 nd sgot was 87 on 30/1/2013 then aftr 10 days i took the liver function test again nd my sgpt beccame 60 nd sgot 55 which is still high what should i do doctor tell me sir i will be very thank full to u sir please nd tell me the diet what diet i should take i m nt a drinker nt smoker nd i m a pure veg guy nd i dnt hav happetitus
Asked On : Wed, 13 Feb 2013
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Orthopaedic Surgeon 's  Response
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The mild rise in the liver enzymes that you have are not worrisome. Most of the times these do subside on taking a low salt diet and avoiding spicy foods, alcohol and non vegetarian diet. Please do not worry.
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Answered: Thu, 14 Feb 2013
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General & Family Physician Dr. Pavan Kumar Gupta's  Response
Alcohol consumption is a very important cause for high liver enzymes but since you are not taking it so let us concentrate on other ways to reduce them.
There is no specific medicine to bring down your SGOT and SGPT levels. 
 Ways to reduce your high liver enzymes are....

1...Regular aerobic exercises for 40 minutes a day    
2..., avoiding junk foods like maggie,noodles,pasta,pizza,white bread,burgers and colas.    
3...Consumption of green leafy vegetables and fresh fruits.    
4... Avoiding deep fried and fatty foods    
5... Take super B complex vitamin along with 1000 mg VIT C,once a day.    
6....Keep your weight in your required BMI range.    
7...Avoid sweets and colas. 

Your SGOT and SGPT levels would  become normal in another 6 to 8 weeks. 
Answered: Thu, 14 Feb 2013
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