Have I been cured of NASH (fatty liver+inflammation)?
3 months ago I was diagnosed with NASH (fatty liver with inflammation) through an ultrasound and elevated liver enzymes. They say a possible cause is through elevated cholesterol/triglycerides which I had. 3 months later after eating healthy and exercising, my liver enzymes have gone back to normal but high normal and my cholesterol is normal. Is it safe to say that I do not have NASH anymore? Or do I still have it and have to maintain a healthy lifestyle so I don't get it again. What are some foods that are good for the liver?
- dremadagwaLv 71 decade agoBest Answer
i studied NASH deeply and i can say that you are lucky since untreated not only affect liver but also make you diabetic or even hypertensive in the next 5 years as you might saw that you were lazy tired obese specially the abdominal part and the doctor prescribe you actos and glucophage and ursodiol and lipanthyl well now you can enjoy life BUT stick to that the sport the healthy food no junk no fast food no fatty meals no salt or XS carb and the most important keep your weight as normal as you can and test the liver enzyme every 6 month
- SusanneLv 44 years ago
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- ValerieLv 44 years ago
Obviously the drinking had cause the high levels of fatty liver. This is only the build up of fat in liver cells, this fat can actually cause no damage by itself, but something more could be happening here, such as cirrhosis. Obviously his doctor is more worried that he will have a heart attack, which if he has high cholesterol, I would put him on Zocor too. Now it is advised to not take Zocor if you have Liver Disease, obviously fatty cells is not liver disease, and if his doctor thought it was a serious threat he would never have put him on it.,
- 3 years ago
Sit on a yoga ball as opposed to a chair to work the core.
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- 3 years ago
In the mood for any hot meal? Make a enormous pot of veggie bean soup, divide into two-cup containers, and store inside freezer. Before bed, place a container in the fridge, then grab it before heading out the door every day.
- 1 decade ago
You are cured of your condition. Avoid alcohol ,which is pehaps the best nutrional aspect to take care of your liver.
- Anonymous3 years ago
For sandwich-lovers, use spinach or swiss chard leaves as an alternative to a wrap, skip the portion of cheese, and load on the veggies.
- 4 years ago
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No raw after four. Your body can’t digest raw food after 4pm so eat fruit and salad earlier within the day and stick with cooked food at nighttime.
Add cooked whole grains with a salad to increase the fibers and protein and make the meal feel more satisfying.