Dr. Joe Galati shares his DOWNLOADABLE TOP 10 LIST FOR A HEALTHY LIVER. Dr. Joe Galati’s Top-Ten Tips for a Healthy Liver Limit your alcohol intake – men should not consume more than 2 alcoholic beverages/day and women no more than 1 alcoholic beverage/day. Note: beer/wine/spirit are all the same regarding alcohol content. Maintain a healthy weight. If overweight or obese, try and lose a minimum of 10% of your body weight now. Exercise regularly and attempt to complete 10,000 steps/day. Acetaminophen (Tylenol) is potentially toxic to your liver. Never take more than the recommended dose and avoid taking it if you have been consuming alcohol. If you have ever been told your liver tests in your blood have been elevated, regardless of the results, you need to have a comprehensive evaluation. Talk with your doctor. Get vaccinated for hepatitis …
Dr. Galati recently was invited to New Orleans to speak before the Louisiana chapter of Entrepreneurs’ Organization. During this half day presentation to business leaders in Louisiana, he talked about personal strategies to maintain wellness, reduce chronic disease, increase alertness to chronic alcohol abuse, and strategies to feed your families well. At the start of the program, he talked about his own family growing up in New York, the influence of his mother and father, and the importance of cooking at home, and eating as a family. He explained the origin of the three F’s which stands for family, faith, and food. The entire half day presentation will be released over the next several weeks, so stay tuned, and come back. #wellness #obesity #fattyliver #cancer #diabetes #homecooking #chronicdisease #alcoholabuse
Dr. Galati takes everyone through the various complications of cirrhosis, how they are diagnoses, and medical management. During this current COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Galati and the Liver Specialists of Texas team remain available for second opinions and consultations. Call the office at 713-794-0700 for details.
The #COVID19 #pandemic has caused significant disruption to the delivery of care we are accustomed to providing. For our referring practices and providers, I want you to know that Liver Specialists of Texas is 100% available to see your patients. Via #telemedicine, my staff and I are ready to evaluate your patients and initiate a treatment plan. Imaging and non-invasive testing remains available if required. For your patients with a liver concern, there is no need to delay getting them evaluated. Call my team at 713-794-0700 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit our website for updated practice information, and liver disease information at texasliver.com. Through this crisis, we can continue to support our patients and each other. Wishing you, your family, and staff continued peace, strength, and good health. Dr. Joe Galati Liver Specialists of Texas
A video message from Dr. Joe Galati and our efforts to maintain continuity of care with all of our patients, and keep delivering the care you expect. Contact our office at 713-794-0700 or send us an e-mail through our website. Reach out to learn more about these services, and allow us to keep maintaining your health and wellness.
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This is a very serious health concern for all of us, especially if you are in the liver disease care business. Alcohol, and its abusive consumption, is killing people, especially the youth. This past week, we were pleased to have George Joseph, founder and CEO of Positive Recovery Centers on Your Health First to talk about his insight into the proble. Take a listen to the podcast and share it with your family and friends, and have a conversations with your children and young adults. The conversation can save their life.
This past week on Dr. Galati's radio broadcast, he talked about V-8 vegetable juice. The message is that everyone needs to be better consumers, realize what you're buying, and figure out if it's a health decision. Tune in and decide. As a reminder, Dr. Galati's PODCAST is available from several different podcast sites. Available on: SPOTIFY TUNEIN APPLE PODCAST POCKET CASTS OVERCAST ACAST IHEART RADIO PODCAST GOOGLE PODCAST STITCHER YOUTUBE
Last week Mike Emanuel from Fox News Channel spoke with Dr. Galati on his weekly program, Your Health First. Here is a live stream video from the interview.