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Natural ways to lower elevated liver enzymes include eating foods that cleanse the liver naturally, taking liver-cleansing supplements, and performing liver and gallbladder cleanses biannually, according to the Global He... More »

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The normal range for the alanine aminotransferase, or ALT, enzyme which is liver specific is 10-100 U/L, according to the Canine Liver Disease Foundation. Elevated ALT enzymes are usually due to cell damage caused by lea... More »

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Elevated liver enzymes occur when there is damage or inflammation on the liver. The damage causes the liver cells to produce a higher amount of certain chemicals, which are deposited into the bloodstream. The liver enzym... More »

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High levels of liver enzymes are not deadly, but the higher levels may indicate liver trauma, according to eMedicineHealth. However, most liver complications found through blood tests that reveal high enzyme levels are n... More »

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High liver enzymes can indicate damage to liver cells or inflammation. The damaged cells leak elevated amounts of liver enzymes into the bloodstream, states Mayo Clinic. Typically, enzymes are elevated for just a short p... More »

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The Mayo Clinic reports that elevated liver enzymes are associated with damaged or inflamed cells in the liver. The most common elevated enzymes found in blood testing are alanine transaminase and aspartate transaminase.... More »

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Certain medications, liver disease and conditions that affect the liver indirectly all cause elevated liver enzymes. A physician evaluates a patient, clinically reviewing signs, symptoms and other conditions, to determin... More »

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