Thanks to our Walkers and Sponsors

  • May 7, 2022

  • 8:30 am  to  11:30 am

Texas Liver Walk, What’s My ALT?

The Event

On May 7, 2022 we had a fun morning of music, movement and education at beautiful Memorial Park! More than 200 walkers included patients, families and friends, healthcare providers and our wonderful sponsors!

What’s my ALT?

In the next decade, this may be the most important question for the health of our community. Did you know, liver should be awarded MVP status in the game of life? It performs 500 functions that help keep the body healthy. To monitor liver health, you can check your alanine aminotransferase (ALT) through a simple blood test. When your liver is damaged or inflamed, ALT is released into the bloodstream. A high ALT blood level may indicate a liver problem. What can you do now to keep your ALT in a good range?


CTRL Your ALT by DELeting Bad Habits!

CONTROL your ALT to maintain optimum levels by DELETING bad habits that are fully within your control. Routine blood tests, talking with your doctor and by following a few simple steps can help you establish a healthy lifestyle not only for you, but for your liver. Keeping your liver healthy will allow this MVP player to maintain optimal performance!

  • CONTROL your alcohol intake, stop smoking and reduce carbohydrates in your diet
  • ALTer your ALT in a positive way by exercising more and eating a healthy diet
  • DELETE negative impacts on your ALT such as high cholesterol

Thanks to our Sponsors

We could not have done it without our sponsors. Thank You!





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