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Foods that effect liver enzymes

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23 year old grandson.... elevated liver enzymes .... no alcohol/ drug history....overweight/ junk food eater/ coated tongue/ poor endurance what can I do to help him? ...

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a lot of oily & junk road side food. I did not use to drink then. I had stopped outside food ...

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Hi Doctor, i have recently went for health check up and in the liver function test, the following ... will be the reasons for it? -What are the effects of this? -How to reduce this? ...

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. I have stopped drinking completely a week ago after going through the taper down effect using ... for each. Am I within range for my liver to heal? ...

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Evening, During normal blood work my report came back with elevated liver enzymes . After an ultra ... was oozing slightly. I am having another 'liver enzyme' blood test shortly. Where could this be leading? I ...

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Hi, I have elevated liver enzymes and I want to know how serious it is. My GGT is 110, my AST is 206 and my ALT is 313. My bilirubin levels are normal. I was tested for Hepatitis, but they all look ...

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to eat food ,he drinks milk and will eat eat dried food like cereal,crackers,cookies to me junk food) he is also very small for a 2 year old. So they did blood work and his liver level count is very high and his ...

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Ggt 302 other liver enzymes elevated but not critical iron overload value 154 have been drinking heavily for years and went on a four day binge without food and A poor diet normally have stopped drinking ...

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I am very concerned about taking a drug with liver side effects. Just lost my wife last year of liver damage caused by such a drug. Regular blood test did not show high liver enzymes until it was too ...

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My liver enzymes are high. I have had a biopsy years ago and nothing showed up. It finally was a side effect of meds. I stopped taking them and levels went down. Now today they are back up. Other than ...

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Hello, I was just receive blood work with my liver enzymes elevated. ATL 129 and AST 100. My ... that time I began taking Melatonin nightly. Could this effect enzyme levels? ...

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I am taking r cinex 1000mg since one month. LFT is being carried out every month .SGOT amd SGPT is increased. Will the drug give permanent effect on lever or it it gives only during its use. I may have ...

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to this medicine? I have very significant allergy problem from food. ...

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Hi I have done blood work and my liver level was 60 ast and alt of 65. I am over weight . 65 193#. I was drinking wine about 3 x a week and had lately have been drinking soda and fried foods I m 46 ...

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I have had elevated liver panels, symptoms started about a month ago, suddenly, thinking it was food poisoning. MRI and CT test are still inconclusive. Not losing weight, and have remained active ...

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doctor1 MD

Welcome to healthcare magic. SGOT/ SGPT are the liver enzymes which are raised due to damage to liver cells.Alcohol, certain medicines, infections increase liver enzyme. Food poisoning may elevate liver enzymes, but you need to correlate this with your past results. Hepatitis A and E are transmitted via food. Hepatitis causes significant rise in liver enzymes.

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Such results can be caused by fatty liver due to bad diet or alcohol intake. Such results are not the reason to be concerned however you should modify your diet (avoid fatty foods) and recheck liver tests in a month or so.

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Check liver enzymes.