This past week, Dr. Galati was interviewed by Frank Morano, host of The Other Side of Mindnight. The program originates out of NYC on 77WABC. Frank was asking questions about obesity, fatty liver, and discussing Dr. Galati's book. Posted below is the full interview broadcast, and a little extra info provided by Dr. Galati. Make sure you subscribe to the podcast so you don't miss a single episode.
Heart disease is very prevalent in patients with #fattyliver disease. Being aware of your cardiac risk factors is very important. This week on Your Health First, Dr. Galati interviewed Dr. Randeep Suneja, a cardiologist in Houston, discussing risk factors for heart disease, and symptom awareness. #heartdisease #heartattack #fattyliver
Dr. Joe Galati recently posted this video regarding the role of diet in managing non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
Recently, Dr. Galati gave a presentation outlining the indications for liver transplant. Knowing WHO is a candidate for liver transplant, as well as WHEN to refer for transplant is very important. Like so many things in life, timing is everything. The full length presentation has been divided into three parts for easier viewing. Don't hesitate to call our office is you have questions regarding liver transplant. You call at 713-794-0700. Liver Transplant Evaluation: PART 1 Liver Transplant Evaluation: PART 2 Liver Transplant Evaluation: Part 3
Dr. Galati and the Liver Specialists of Texas team are experts in the management of fatty liver disease, also called Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease. We have been diagnosing and treating fatty liver since 1994. While I am not a fan of using the term “silent killer” when it comes to talking about liver disease, more and more, I do believe this is part of the conversation that I need to have with my patients. Fatty liver disease, also known as non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), is a true public health crisis. Considering it has very few symptoms that would tip one off that you are having trouble with your liver, all too often, this condition is underdiagnosed, undertreated, and completely unappreciated until serious life-threatening complications develop. Over the past decade, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease has become the most chronic liver …
This past week on the radio, Dr. Joe Galati interviewed Dr. Sudha Kodali and discussed all that the public needs to know about #livercancer. Knowing your risk factors will certainly reduce the risk of having serious complications from your liver disease. Risk factors for liver cancer include: Any form of chronic liver disease and cirrhosis Hepatitis B Hepatitis C Fatty liver disease Alcohol abuse Various medications Sclerosing cholangitis Knowing your risk factors is key. Call us at 713-794-077 if you have further questions.
For years, we have been receiving phone calls and various inquiries from individuals that were concerned about the health of their liver. Maybe they were consuming too much alcohol, or they were recently told they had fatty liver disease. In other circumstances, they remember being told that a family member had hepatitis B or hepatitis C. Because of these concerns, many wanted a "check up" of their liver, but were not quite sure where to go. Some patients would come and see us as a patient, while others simply stayed away. Possibly as a result of COVID-19 and greater dialogue regarding the presence of chronic diseases, including liver disease, we’ve continue to receive calls from people looking for an inexpensive liver health checkup for themselves. Because disorders of the liver usually do not produce many symptoms, you may not even …
Dr. Joe Galati shares his top 5 tips for a healthy liver. DOWNLOAD HERE Top 5 Tips for a Healthy Liver. Know your ALT. Alanine aminotransferase (ALT) is an enzyme found primarily in the liver, one of the liver tests measured on your blood tests. Elevation of ALT indicates inflammation of the liver. There are numerous causes of elevated ALT, including fatty liver, hepatitis B and C, autoimmune disease, and several other metabolic and genetic disorders. Elevated ALT needs a detailed evaluation by your physician. Don’t ignore a fatty liver. Fatty liver is a leading cause of chronic liver disease, which in certain individuals, can lead to cirrhosis and liver cancer. Fatty liver is due to obesity, pre-diabetes or type-2 diabetes, elevated cholesterol and triglycerides, and high blood pressure. Fatty liver may have NO symptoms, and you feel well. It can be …
Dr. Joe Galati gives a brief overview of Your Health First, the weekly radio program he has been hosting since 2003. Tune in every Sunday evening at 7:00 p.m. CST, on #740KTRH, or the #iHeart Radio app. The program website provides useful health and wellness information, and talks about the weekly experts that visit the show. Don't forget to listen to Dr. Galati's podcast, which can be listened to here, as well as other popular podcast sites.
If you are interested in maintaining your weight, blood pressure, glucose control, reduce fatty liver, prevent cancer, and simply feel better, you need to include brussels sprouts in your diet. Our very own Helen Yuan, Registered Dietitian, outlines details on why these purple brussels sprouts are so valuable in our diet. #vegetables #nutrition #fattyliver #cancerprevention #diabetes