Foods that lower liver enzymes levels?

It depends. It depends on the reason for elevation.For example if its caused by alcoholism then simply avoiding alcohol is good. If its caused by "fatty liver disease" then following weight loss diet and losing weight might help you with that ....
None. Alt and ast are enzymes release from dying liver cells, if not from other tissues. Alkphos can be released from biliary tract radicles, and ldh from multiple sources. Diet will not influence these.

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