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Why Are Alcoholics Overweight
Not sure they do: The majority of chronic alcoholics are actually underweight. Alcoholics who drink mostly beer (a minority) are getting a large number of calories just from the beer and alcohol, so often are overweight. Alcohol itself has almost as many calories per gram (8) as does fat (9), so people drinking a liter of vodka are taking in 1000svof cals. Just from the alcohol. Heavy drinkers also overeat. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is the percentage of a fatty liver turning into cirrosis. Am 34. Non alcoholic. A bit overweight and got fatty liver since 8 yrs. Pcp said 1 %?
Unlikely: To develop cirrhosis. Fatty liver is endemic in our society and directly related to the obesity epidemic in america. A fatty liver in and of itself without symptoms causes no significant problem. I would stop worrying about some unlikely disease process and investigate weight loss options. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My husband is not alcoholic. Few month ago he took cholestrol medicine .He is over weight. His sgot and sgpt incresed. What can I do for lowering it?
Obesity related: I trust that hepatitis b, hepatitis c, hemochromatosis, wilson's, autoimmune hepatitis, and sensitivity to some medicine isn't the cause, and that he does not have statin myopathy. The metabolic syndrome itself can raise SGOT / sgpt. Perhaps you can make family fitness and healthy eating a priority and help him regain his health. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Lose that weight.: The real key to weight loss is to just watch the size of your portions at meals, eat healthy, and exercise regularly. There's no radical diet or exercise plan or pill that will magically give you meaningful and sustained weight loss. The ol' fashioned way is still be best way to lose weight for the long term. Two pounds per week is a prudent rate of loss. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Charts: Overweight is defined as having a bmi of 25-30 while obese is having a bmi over 30. Bmi is a calculation based on your height and weight. It is not perfect but a very good general guideline for most people to go by ( football athlete with lots of muscle mass may be technically "obese" on the charts while not actually having too much body fat). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Portions: People eat for a variety of reasons, Many people also dont prepare their own foods. Eating out, there is portion distortion- with larger portion sizes as one contributing factor to overweight. Less activity- and sedentary lifestyle is another contributing factor. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Oxygen : Same as the the rest of us, 95 per cent ish. ...Read more
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