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I am 40, and for a long time I've been told I have a non-alcoholic fatty liver.
I sometimes have light color stools and sort of yellowish eyes but doctors don't seem to really care about it.
I do not drink (maybe a wine here and there only on social occasions)
I am overweight 20 kilos perhaps
I am a love eating, however I am not a junk food type of eater, I like to eat home cooked meals with plenty of stews, veggies, fruits.
I am sedentary
A month ago I had a blood exam and these were my results:
BILIRUBIN: 11 (Normal)
GOT: 39 (Normal)
GPT: 67 (HIGH), the range is apparently between 3 and 50.
Gamma GT 61 (HIGH), the range is apparently between 8 and 55.
Doctor told me it's most likely genetic in my case and that I should lose weight.
Would you say my liver count is serious or worrisome? I have started TODAY with exercise, I am determined to get better, but I am nervous!
Are those liver counts serious?
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