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I had fatty liver, how to diet?
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Dr. Vivek Huilgol
Internal Medicine - Gastroenterology
4 doctors agree
In brief: Had or have?
Fatty liver can be big droplets of fat (macrosteatosis) - likely to respond to diet at least in the first instance for most - or small droplets (microsteatosis) caused by medications, for example.
Diet will not improve the latter. If the diagnosis has 'only' been made on ultrasound, be wary, as us only detects sound wave reflections; early cirrhosis (no alcohol necessary) can mimic. See liver md.

In brief: Had or have?
Fatty liver can be big droplets of fat (macrosteatosis) - likely to respond to diet at least in the first instance for most - or small droplets (microsteatosis) caused by medications, for example.
Diet will not improve the latter. If the diagnosis has 'only' been made on ultrasound, be wary, as us only detects sound wave reflections; early cirrhosis (no alcohol necessary) can mimic. See liver md.
Dr. Vivek Huilgol
Dr. Vivek Huilgol
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Dr. Sahba Ferdowsi
General Practice
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Seek doctor's advise
See a doctor especially if you had a medical condition in the past that is potentially serious.

In brief: Seek doctor's advise
See a doctor especially if you had a medical condition in the past that is potentially serious.
Dr. Sahba Ferdowsi
Dr. Sahba Ferdowsi
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Dr. Jamie Berkes
Internal Medicine - Hepatology
In brief: Low fat, low calorie
Your diet should be low in fat, especially saturated fat and trans fat.
Equally important is low total caloric intake and exercise with the goal of gradual and sustained weight loss.

In brief: Low fat, low calorie
Your diet should be low in fat, especially saturated fat and trans fat.
Equally important is low total caloric intake and exercise with the goal of gradual and sustained weight loss.
Dr. Jamie Berkes
Dr. Jamie Berkes
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