I have non-alcoholic fatty liver grade 2, bilirubin 1.7, and creatinine is 1.2. How to reduce cholesterol and bring back to normal liver function?
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Your fasting glucose is high so that you might also have diabetes. Should treat it adequately, apart from diet and lifestyle changes. Cholesterol is fine, and if you follow the changes in diet and lifestyle regimen, cholesterol will get normalized too. Excessive sleeping and always feeling tired is due to alcoholic fatty liver damages. Should stop drinking alcohol and increase water intake. Stinging nettle supplement will help detox your liver. Keep following up with gastroenterologist regularly.
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