Hi, PENNEYV !
What did your doctor say about fresh fruit and veggies ? Yes, if you were to increase the amount of fruit and veggies you eat, that would increase the amount of carbs you eat. However, fresh fruit and veggies are loaded with the carbs our bodies need to be healthy.
If your doctor thinks your sugar intake is a bit high, you might take a closer look at the nutrition labels of some of the processed foods you eat. Highly processed foods are loaded with hidden sugars. You might want to read this recent Daily Spark Blog. you might find it helpful. www.dailyspark.com/blog.asp?post=sweet_dec
a person really can't go wrong increasing the amount of fresh fruit and veggies they ate. Did your doctor give any other guidelines other than eat low fat and less sugar ? One thing you might consider asking is for a referral to a dietitian. There are many wonderful doctors out there, but most really don't have a clue about nutrition. That's why if your doctor thinks you need to change what you eat because of your liver issues, maybe it would be worthwhile to talk to a dietitian.