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besides not drinking alcohol or eating fatty foods, is there anything i can do to keep my liver nice and healthy!?

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Dr. Kristel Hunt
23 years experience Hepatology
Stay healthy: fatty foods have no inherently damaging properties - but you yourself should stay as active and healthy and trim as possible. livers are pretty forgiving organs so 'everything in moderation' will go a long way.
Answered on Jun 20, 2016
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Dr. Robert Killian
28 years experience General Practice
And remember as far as the liver goes it is sugars in high amounts that are the enemy, not fats.
Jul 10, 2014

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