Mild fatty liver treatment?

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  • 9 years ago
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    Fatty liver disease has different causes that may

    require different types of treatment:

    alcohol consumption (removing the alcohol),

    weight gain (lose weight), fast weight loss

    (lose weight slowly, diabetes (keep your

    sugar/glucose levels under control),

    insulin resistance (should you be placed on

    a pill or shots), high cholesterol or triglycerides

    (diet or statin drugs), certain kinds of medications

    like steriods (follow doctor advice on whether to

    take any kind of medications) some develop it in the

    third trimester of pregnancy (this should be under

    doctors constant care), having a viral infection like

    Hep C makes a person more likely to develop it.

    The liver normally has about 5% fat. As the fat

    continues to build up inside the liver, it causes

    pressure. The liver is surrounded by a tight

    membrane capsule. The pressure can damage the

    liver cells. When the cells become damaged, the

    immune system of the patients body will respond to

    this and cause inflammation to develop inside the

    liver...this will cause the liver to enlarge in size

    and takes on a spongy texture. Since this is

    caused by fat, it is then known as


    You should follow all instructions that the doctor may

    give you as far as medications, diet, etc.

    All liver patients are usually told, NO alcohol and

    not to take any medications that hasn't been approved

    by or prescribed by their doctors.

    If you need to start a would be good to ask him

    to refer you to a dietitian or nutrionist that will take

    into account all your medical history; especially if you

    have diabetes.

    However, for the time being...this diet may be of help:

    Use only olive or canola oil sparingly

    Eat lean cuts of meat

    Eat fish but avoid shellfish

    Take the skin off of all poultry you eat.

    Fresh fruits and vegetables (wash good as they are handled

    in the stores) best is frozen...avoid canned.

    Avoid open salad/food bars (access to other peoples germs).

    Avoid prepackage, preservative foods, fast foods (usually high in sodium)

    Cereal that does not contain alot of sugar: good ones could be

    shredded wheat biscuits, Honey bunches of oats, oatmeal,

    grits, farina, cream of wheat, whole grain cheerios.

    Talk to your doctor about anything you may be lacking in your

    diet. Whether it be proteins, vitamins, minerals, fiber, etc.

    I hope this may be of some help to you.

    Source(s): caregiver to a liver transplant patient
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  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    Fatty liver disease affects a whopping 30% of the population. That's 30 out of every 100 people! And some estimates have it at 33%.

    And if you're overweight, it's even worse overweight people are extremely more likely than healthy weight individuals to develop this condition.

    In other words, you're not alone. Not by a long shot.

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  • 5 years ago

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    Although a person may not have any symptoms or complications from fatty liver , treatments may protect the liver and A doctor may recommend treating fatty liver by changing the patient's diet to include more fruits, vegetables, whole grains and...

    Source(s): wikipedia
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  • Anonymous
    6 years ago

    Fatty liver can be treated by many ways such as medicine or natural ways

    Avoiding unnecessary medications can also help slow or reverse the disease. Clinical trials are also looking at the effectiveness of certain antioxidants and newer diabetes medications in treating fatty liver disease (because of disease's link to oxidative stress and diabetes). These include:

    Vitamin E






    Natural ways such as: curing fatty liver naturally using home remedies & natural treatment methods

    Natural treatment methods involve: A diet consisting of low glycemic foods, having meals in a timely manner, and various prescription meds are often recommended to manage diabetes well.

    My aunt who has treated for fatty liver by natural remedies at home based on the knowledge provided by a book, so it is really effective results. you can see the book at:

    Have a good health!

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  • 3 years ago

    dont confuse thirst with hunger drink a glass of water when you feel hungry to see if thats what you re really craving

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  • 3 years ago

    make fewer foods

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  • 3 years ago

    Get rid of just as much stool as you possibly can.

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  • 4 years ago

    Do 45 minutes cardio workouts a few times a week

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  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    Choose faster-paced varieties of yoga such as Ashtanga or maybe Vinyasa to burn more calories while also getting a good stretch.

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