What To Take For Fatty Liver

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Amit Says:
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Hi, pls advise whether I can take evion for fatty liver or urcosol? I was diagnosed with fatty liver. I drink whiskey on weekends. Regards.



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Rakesh Says:
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Non alcoholic fatty livercan be reversed with lifestyle changes. Make sure your Lipid profile, blood sugar and bp is under control... Rigorous exercise (5 days in a week), lot of fruits and vegetables can definitely reverse the disease... There is no medication for the treatment of fatty liver disease... Ursodox 300 and udilliv are prescribed for reducing the cholesterol absorption in the gall bladder and hence preventing any formation of calcium deposits or stones..

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