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cssamerican
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re: Can a liver be rehabbed?
High carbohydrate and high calorie diet is a major cause in addition to what has already been mentioned. My research says lose weight, watch your carbs, avoid high fructose corn syrup, avoid seed oils (canola, sunflower, cottonseed, etc ), and try to integrate fasting in your weekly schedule.


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lsu777
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re: Can a liver be rehabbed?
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You people are fkn retaredrd.


Dude without an image nobody can tell him anything for sure. But I will say Daunte trudge has a lot of good info on this kind of stuff on his Instagram.


Powerman
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re: Can a liver be rehabbed?
Not to mention it's not like the op is providing any lab results or metrics. Even if the best liver doctor in the world posted on this forum they'd need more information.


lsu777
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re: Can a liver be rehabbed?
Exactly how the frick are we even supposed to know what to remotely recommend when he gave us shite


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SlidellCajun
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re: Can a liver be rehabbed?
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Not to mention it's not like the op is providing any lab results or metrics.


I don’t have any results or metrics

I’m asking the question as a general question. Again, this isn’t for me.
I was having a discussion with someone who said they give up drinking for periods of time to let their liver recover. I said that I didn’t know that a liver could be rehabbed and they insisted that it could.

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lsu777
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re: Can a liver be rehabbed?
If that is what you are speaking of, yes it can, to what extent depends.


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Powerman
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re: Can a liver be rehabbed?
I'll say this much...if his drinking is hard enough where he is concerned about his liver health even with intermittent periods of no drinking then maybe it's best to just not drink.

I'm saying this as someone who has had some pretty severe drinking habits in the past. It can damage a lot more than your liver or health if you let it.


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WilsonPickett
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re: Can a liver be rehabbed?
Dealing with fatty liver now. Alcohol is not my issue at all. But my diet has sucked as my business has grown.Spend too much time at a desk now and fast grabbing shite food. I probably needed the wake up call.


Doublebagger
Member since Mar 2021
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re: Can a liver be rehabbed?
I have 2 buddies thst swear by milk thistle.

One that was told by a doctor he had less than 5 years.


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arcalades
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re: Can a liver be rehabbed?
look up milk thistle. It's one of the best things for liver rehab.


Powerman
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re: Can a liver be rehabbed?
There isn't a lot of hard data on milk thistle bit everything I've read concludes that it won't harm anything either and it might have some benefits with lowering LDL cholesterol. Might be good to take even if you don't have liver issues.


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Homey the Clown
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re: Can a liver be rehabbed?
Any of you have any knowledge on Liv 52? Good? Bad? Snake oil?


lsu777
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re: Can a liver be rehabbed?
liv 52 is mainly milk thistle and is pretty worthless imo for true rehab....for everyday support of a liver once healthy, i think it shines.

look up tuduca and get on it if you are treuly trying to rehab the liver and rebuild function.

btw if you are not following dante trudal on IG....well shame on you.


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