to anyone that can help..
i just signed up for this sight to actually help my brother to find a way to lower his sgpt level..
after medical exam they found out that his sgpt level is way too high.
his sgpt is 192.. (that's maybe the level) and he needs to have 42.
he drinks a lot of alcohol this past 6 months so maybe that explains why.
according to the doctor, he doesn't have any damage to his liver only too much fats. they recomend exrcise and proper diet.
in one month he drinks no alcohol,he excersise a lot and diet to his food.. actually he lost a lot of weight already..
but after two weeks, when he came back for the test his sgpt level is still too high 182.
my question is .. what proper food can definitely lower that sgpt? the doctor said he doesnt need any medication beacause his liver is totaly fine.. and is it possible to lower sgpt in a week or two???
pls help.. he needs the job but he must pass his medical test.
your brother will have to stop alcohol totally, eat green leafy veg, raw veg juice, exercise, if he is over weight he will have to lose weight too, no red meat, fish and chicken are ok preferably grilled, twice a day with food he can take ursocol 300mg,and viboliv 500mg once a day with food, drink 4 to 5 lts of water a day, hope your brother gets well soon.
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