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I doubt it had anything to do with your fast. However, drinking nothing but water for 9 days is dangerous to your health. A person needs electrolytes and some calories every day to provide nourishment to the brain 24/7.
The liver also doesn't need "cleansing." It cleans itself.
Elevated AST and ALT are commonly from fatty liver. The way to improve that is a lower calorie diet based on fresh vegetables and fruits, whole grains, and lean protein, and avoiding sugars, white flour and sugar, and unhealthy fats. Exercise is another component. Everyone needs 30-60 minutes of exercise daily.
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Your lab report should give the normal ranges. At my lab, both are 0-40. We rarely get concerned until it is 2.5 to 3 times the upper limit of normal (i.e. 100- 120). Then we retest in 2-3 weeks to make sure there wasn't some anomaly.
It takes a couple of months at least for diet and exercise to change things. I usually wait 3 months.
No, I don't think you have liver damage. When there is damage, the levels are far and away higher than that. However, I would NOT repeat that fast. That isn't good for any part of your body.
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