What food to eat to lower high liver enzymes?

Avoid carbs. The most common cause of elevated liver enzymes is called non-alcoholic fatty liver. It helps to avoid carbs. Avoid sugars (especially fruit juice, baked goods, sodas) and starches (like flour, rice, potatoes) and see if you can walk 20-30 minutes a day.
See Doctor. Infectious hepatitis can be a reason for elevated liver enzymes. Acetaminophen related products such as Norco (hydrocodone and acetaminophen) can also cause this. Some turn to certain supplements for assistance. Milk thistle, nac, Alpha lipoic acid have all been studied for liver support. Nac is actually used in the er to protect the liver from Acetaminophen toxicity. Avoid alcohol. Get doctor assistance and monitoring.

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I'm 18 and been eating very healthier to get fitter and for high liver enzymes and hbp but I just now binged on a ton of unhealthy food. What to do?

Eat healthy. Don't get disheartened, go back to your schedule and promise to be better next time. Read more...
Breaking diet. It's fantastic that you are watching your diet and focusing on heart healthy foods. Breaking or cheating on a diet is common. The important thing is to get back to your healthy diet. You should come up with a plan to curb or limit the cheating to as little as possible especially if you have medical problems like hypertension or elevated liver enzymes. Read more...

Can you tell me how to lower high liver enzymes?

Depends on cause. Alcohol intake is a common cause or elevated liver enzymes. If you drink, stop entirely. Other common causes are viral hepatitis, side effects of drugs and heart failure. It is not an issue for self diagnosis or self treatment. Please consult your doctor. Read more...

Can you tell me how to lower high liver enzymes, please help me?

Find the cause. Probably one of the following -- alcohol, some medication you're allergic to, hepatitis B or C, hemochromatosis, Wilson's, autoimmune hepatitis, antitrypsin deficiency, being overweight / not exercising. All are manageable, and all are danger to your life. Don't 'treat a lab value'. Get to the cause. This would be a great time to get trim & fit regardless. Read more...

If u sober up and eat real healthy after knowing u have high liver enzymes can everything go back to normal?

Maybe. If the high elevation in liver enzymes was due to alcohol, there is a possibility that things can return to normal. There is also a possibility that it will not. Liver enzyme abnormalities are very likely to recur with any alcohol use. Abstinence must be lifelong. Read more...

How to lower elevated liver enzymes fast?

Need to know reason. For the elevated enzymes. Common causes of elevated liver enzymes are alcohol intake, hepatitis virus infection, reaction to medications. The action to be taken depends on the reason for the enzyme elevation. This is not an issue for self diagnosis or self treatment, please consult with your doctor. Read more...

How fast do elevated liver enzymes lower?

Depends. It depends how much high the levels are, in thousands or hundreds ; what is the cause- medication or liver disease? How much is the liver damage? What are other co-existing medical conditions? The patient's prognosis! thanks. Please read jaundice http://doctorrajput.Com thanks. Read more...

What can I eat to minimize my high liver enzymes? I have fatty liver and higher liver enzymes (50+) but only 5 kg more than normal?

Liver? What important is to avoid alcohol , since if u did not have hepatitis most likely u elevated lft is related to alcohol, and let u doctor know. Since some medication can do that too. Read more...

Will adding 1/2 tsp of cinnamon 4 times a week to healthy diet hurt my liver? I already have high liver enzymes, im just trying to eat healthier.

Should be fine. Why do you have elevated liver enzymes at 18? If its something called gilberts syndrome don't sweat it. That looks like it is actually healthy. As far as the cinnamon goes it should be fine either way. Read more...
No. Depends on type of cinnamon and how much. The toxic component of some cinnamon species is coumarin which in high doses could lead to liver damage. I would use sri lanka cinnamon over cinnamon cassia or chinese cinnamon as lower levels of coumarin are present. Congrats on wanting to eat healthier!, remember to also avoid all alcohol and tylenol (acetaminophen) products as these damage the liver. Read more...