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Tests showed high cholesterol, SGPT, SGOT. Will diet control and quitting alcohol help in lowering levels?

dear doctor my total bilirubin = 1 Direct bilrubin = 0.20 Indirect Bilirubin = 0.80 Sgot =98 u/L Sgpt = 131 u /L alkaline phosphatase = 133 ul Total Proteins 7.40 Albumin = 4.20 Globulin = 3.20 Alg Ratio = 1.31 sir, am not a reugalr alcohol drinker. weekly 2 time drinking. 38 year old. i just check cholstrol and sugar. that time just checked the liver function. cholostrol 238 , sugar 106 . am eating oily food , chicken , fried items, and beef. now last 10 days fully veg and, and avoided alcohol. i was planning to test again after 1 week, then any off these raise, i should go for doctor. if i avoide all these alcohol and fried item the sgot and sgpt will be low level dcotor ?
Asked On : Wed, 10 Oct 2012
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Hi Manu, hello
Thanks for your query.
The values of your SGPT, SGOT, Cholesterol are raised and some other readings are borderline.
Therefore you should take extra precautions in diet. It is good that you already taken steps for that.
Take simple home made food made in refined oil and avoid taking rich oily foods.
Also add yoga and mild exercise in your schedule. This will also help in reducing the cholesterol level.
Seek medical advice if on repeated investigation, reports show no improvement.
I hope this is useful to you.
Answered: Wed, 10 Oct 2012
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