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Tests showed elevated cholesterol, triglycerides, SGPT, SGOT. What type of diet is advisable?

I am 44 year old male. My weight is 84.7 Kg. During recent test my Cholesterol is 215 LDL 152 HDL 38 Triglycerrides is 195 Kidney profile, Uric Acid is 6.2, Creatinine is 1.1, Blood urea Nitrogen is 6 , In lever Profile (Bilirubin .75, Alanine Amninottransferase (SGPT) 123, Aperatate Aminotransferase (SGOT) 61 what food do you suggest and in home.
Asked On : Mon, 15 Oct 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2012
Hi, welcome to HCM.
From the above report, it is evident that you have borderline level of cholesterol and LDL and triglyceride, low HDL . Kidney profile is normal except the uric acid level which is in borderline level.
Now, in liver function test SGPT and SGOT are elevated.
So, you need a low fat, bland diet. and avoid alcohol and very rich diet.
Answered: Mon, 15 Oct 2012
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Dietitian & Nutritionist Neha Chandna's  Response
hello.. you are overweight with high lipid profile, slightly high uric acid and poor liver profile.. weight loss should be your focus to reduce all other parameters..i suggest you need to start with brisk walks/ jog daily for 1 small meals every 2-3 hours like fruits, nuts, salads, egg whites, sprouts etc.. salad with dinner.. reduce carbs like breads/ rice for dinner..drink lot of water.. avoid fried, sweets, pizzas, burgers etc.. for high uric acid you need to avoid red meat, organ meats completely and cut down on fish, chicken, eggs, spinach, beans intake.. drink plenty of water...avoid alcohol and creamy well..
Answered: Sat, 24 Nov 2012
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  User's Response

Thanks for approaching.

You should include these things in your diet to lower your cholesterols:
1)white oats
2)oat bran
3)instead of corn flakes ,have muesli or wheat flakes as breakfast cereal
4)Fenugreek seeds
5)Olive oil for cooking
6)No juices,prefer having fruits like pomegranate,apple,papaya,pear,jamun,strawberry
7)Avoid corn flour
8)In biscuits,can have high fiber mutigrain biscuits
9)use wholewheat,multigrain atta(cn add besan in small proportion).
10)Avoid drinks.can have red wine .

Hope to follow these instructions in your diet..Stay healthy!!

Dr. Tanju kHurana
Ayurvedic Doctor and Nutritionist
Answered: Tue, 16 Oct 2012
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