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What is the management of NASH and nafld in 24 y BMI of 19.5 healthy male no alcohol or meds or anything synthetic, even home made food?

What is the  management of NASH and nafld in 24 y BMI of 19.5 healthy male no alcohol or meds or anything synthetic, even home made food?

No standard: The key will of course be increasing your level of aerobic fitness. I trust the diagnosis is right & that other causes of fatty liver / elevated enzymes (especially hepatitis c) have been ruled out. I hope you will not let somebody's idea that "synthetic is bad" limit your willingness to take medication. Betaine in beet juice, and of course vitamin e, are things to talk about with the team. ...Read more

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What is the management of NASH or nafld in 24 y healthy male BMI 19.5 no alcohol no meds good lipid profile?

What is the  management of NASH or nafld in 24 y healthy  male BMI 19.5 no alcohol no meds good lipid profile?

Fitness: There's no consensus, but this pathologist has seen a lot and would recommend you find an aerobic-intensive sport that you actually enjoy and go crazy doing it. Even without nash / nafld, it's one of the finest gifts you can give yourself. ...Read more

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What is the management of nafld or NASH in a 24 year old asymptomatic. Great lipid profile BMI of 19.5 and no alcohol or medications or supplements?

What is the management of nafld or NASH in a 24 year old asymptomatic. Great lipid profile BMI of 19.5 and no alcohol or medications or supplements?

Fitness: There's no consensus, but this pathologist has seen a lot and would recommend you find an aerobic-intensive sport that you actually enjoy and go crazy doing it. Even without nash / nafld, it's one of the finest gifts you can give yourself. "health doesn't come out of a pill bottle." cheers. ...Read more

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Does alcohol increase fats?

Does alcohol increase fats?

Alcohol: Alcohol calories are usually carbohydrates. But these are unneeded and not nutritional carbohydrates. So, when the liver sees this much sugar they make triglycerides, or fat storage molecules. Thus this sugar is made into fats that can be dangerous. ...Read more

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Does alcohol affects teenage growth?

Does alcohol affects teenage growth?

YES: alcohol use in excess may have many bad side effects on many systems of your body including nutrition, livers, kidney and brain . May result in nutritional deficiencies and hormonal influences affecting growth ...Read more

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Which is worse: alcohol or chocolate?

Which is worse: alcohol or chocolate?

Champagne n choclat: In small amounts (1 standard glass wine/beer etc/day), both alchol and chocolate have been associated with some positive health effects for some, but too much alcohol will damage your kidneys, liver, heart, esophogus n more. Too much choclate will also cause weight gain and the associated health risks. Serious health consequences from alcohol is probably much more common - than chocolate overdo. ...Read more

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Why is rubbing alcohol good for pain?

Topical, right?: I am assuming you mean topically during massage. Rubbing alocohol can do a couple of things to help get a massage deeper into muscles or relax them. First, the temper change and sensation on nerve endings in your skin can help muscles relax. Second, the alcohol acts as a varying lubricant on your skin that changes through out the massage that allows different pressure. Hope this helps! ...Read more

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What types of alcohol is least harmful?

What types of alcohol is least harmful?

Not methanol: The only drinking alcohol is ethyl alcohol and this is what is contained in most potable beverages. It is not so much the type of drink you are using as it is the amount of ethanol you are consuming on a regular basis. Alcohol is generally harmful only when used to excess. A bottle of beer usually contains about the same amount of etoh as a shot of whiskey. ...Read more

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What is the effect of excessive alcohol?

What is the effect of excessive alcohol?

Excessive alcohol: 1. Addiction 2. Loss of role obligations 3. Poor health 3. Economic loss 4. Legal problems get professional help, treatment works. ...Read more

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Which organ gets most damaged by alcohol?

Which organ gets most damaged by alcohol?

Your brain, your: Heart, and your liver. So what may be in store are alcohol persistent delusions, alcohol related cardiomyopathy, and cirrhosis of the liver. Why take such a risk? ...Read more

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