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What is the diet for fatty liver ?

I am 39 years old and I have grade 1 fatty lever with high SGOT/SGPT levels 49/99 and low HDL 24.... what should be my diet . I stopped smoking / drinking / red meats after the results and try to walk for half an hour a day. Does this help
Asked On : Thu, 11 Aug 2011
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Cardiologist 's  Response
hi well come to Hcm.
Your hdl is low lever enzymes as well on higher side.Giving up dtinking will help to
reduce the enzymes.And exercise and healthy life style will help to increase Hdl.
Normally it should be around 50. Higher value of Hdl willhelp to prvent coronary
heart diseas
Good luck by
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Diabetologist Dr. Rajesh Yadav's  Response
Welcome to HCM. Forum
As you mentioned your HDL level is very low it should at least 40. And low HDL level causes more risk to heart problem. Since you have stopped drinking Smokimg nag meat it's very good. Only easiest way to increase HDL is exercise other medicine has lot of side effects. So continue healthy lifestyle.
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