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fatty liver grade 2
Im 43 years, today i Diogenes after ultra sound scan, i have fatty liver grade 2 NAFLD ,No lesions in RIF.
im not  drink alcohol ,  my height 5.2. weight 69 kg.

what do i want to do. pls advise
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Obesity, diabetes mellitus, alcohol ingestion are all risk factors for developing fatty liver. High cholesterol carries with it a high risk of heart disease. The liver is the primary site of manufacture of new glucose; triglycerides. Since the liver is fatty and enlarged the metabolism of triglycerides is impaired leading to high triglycerides. Avoid hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated oils (Trans fats), vegetable oils such as corn, sunflower and safflower oil, processed foods, processed meats, added sugars, soft drinks, and drugs which can affect the liver. There are also some foods that may help to lower cholesterol levels, particularly garlic, soya, oats, corn and selenium-enriched cereals. The important supplements for liver support and regeneration are vitamin E and C since they are antioxidants and can reduce liver damage caused due to oxidants. Omega 3 has been found to be very effective in lowering triglycerides. Fatty liver is a reversible condition. Reduce your weight and adopt a healthy lifestyle. Your prevention and treatment depends on you. Regards!
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