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Fatty Liver

Hi there,

I have been diagnosed with a fatty liver which is also inflamed. I did my lipids tests and have very high Cholesterol, Triglycerides level (> 1000), LDL and a low HDL.

I have developed a typical peer shaped body which is identified for the fatty liver patients.

Can some one recommend good remedy for the liver inflammation and fatty liver and bad lipids profile?

Thanks.
Amersown
 
  amersown on 2012-05-26
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Amerson,

Let this post be your treatment post.
I will refer the other post about the
neck to this one.

One person needs to look over
'everything' about you, physical and
mental.' You cannot put posts in for
different body parts, bc you will then
get different people prescribing different
things, not knowing about the other
things??? and the treatments will go
against each other and not work.

Regards,
Simone
 
simone717 8 years ago

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