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What is the best diet to be followed in an HBsAg patient ?

hi sir, Am 24 year old, Am suffering from hbsag +ve since 4 yaers, and Am taking treatment from that time, The HBV DNA level At that time is 7,50,000 copies/ml, after treatment 6 months ago its value was 1,20,000 copies/ml, but recently again i have done the test and present level is 10,00,000copies/ml, even though as per doctor( gastroenterologist ) suggetion am using tablets, the level is not coming down, doctor suggested that there is no food restriction for this desease, and some doctors telling don t take foods which have fat, take only High protien, carbohydrate food.. and also recent tests showing hbeag +ve, What is the solution for this, what is the food diet i have to take, I am in very much confusion state, some times my mind getting disturbed... Thank you.
Mon, 23 Jan 2012
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Hi Bhaskar, Welcome to HealthcareMagic Forum.
Most people with hepatitis B don't need a special diet. What is more important is, try to eat healthy foods and do not gain weight. Since your Body needs energy to fight infection, you may want to eat healthy nutritious balanced diet which should include fresh fruits and green leafy vegetables. Avoid junk and High calorie foods. Exercise regularly and Practice Yoga and Meditation. Know more about your Condition, this will help you stick to your Treatment Plan and will help you understand yourself better. Kindly have Patience and don't lose hope. Go for regular follow up.

Wish you Good Health and Do Take Care.
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