Re cutting down drinking and fatty liver?

I am overweight probably cos I drink too much. I know I should stop but dont seem able to for now. If I at least cut down on my drinking and watch what fatty stuff I eat, would my liver still improve substantially, if I worked on it substantially? I know I should give up altogether but dont think I want to do this. Thank you

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago
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    Good news is that the liver is a remarkable organ and can repair itself quite quickly once you stop drinking (assuming you're not so far gone that it's beyond repair but let's assume not!)

    So short answer, probably yes. Cutting down on drinking will help in lots of ways, not just your liver. You might consider giving up for a while though to give your body and liver a chance to have a break and recover, and when you start again, go gently.

    Good luck.

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  • Taylor
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

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