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What diet plan should I follow to help my grade 1 fatty liver and weight reduction?

Query: Hello doctor, I have grade 1 fatty liver. I am 154 cm in height and weigh about 65 kg. I am trying to lose weight. Can you suggest me a diet to cure my fatty liver as well as reduce my weight?  Read Full »

Dr. Afroze Gul

Dietician, Nutritionist

Answer: Hello, Welcome to Here are some nutritional guidelines that you need to follow. I will tell in detail about the foods that you need to include in your diet. Include nuts in your diet especially almonds, peanuts, hazelnuts. All types of nuts have healthy fats in them which have been p...  Read Full »

Liver shows coarsened echotexture and increased echogenicity in ultrasound. Why?

Query: Hello doctor, I had discomfort recently in my right upper rear torso. I recently had an ultrasound and a CAT scan. The results covered a variety of body parts. But I am interested in speaking to a liver specialist regarding what the results said about my liver. I would like a doctor to explain t...  Read Full »

Dr. Klerida Shehu

Medical Gastroenterologist

Answer: Hi, Welcome to I read your US reports and I can say that: 1. You have fatty liver disease (steatosis). 2. With regards to second ultrasound indeterminant subcapsular posterior right hepatic lobe, 13x9 mm hypoattenuation means that ultrasound cannot identify the reason. Often it is r...  Read Full »

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