Treatments

8 Organic Dandelion Root Tea Benefits & How to make it

Dandelion is a herb that has many medical uses due to its many active compounds. Depends on where you used to live when you were a child, you might remember playing with dandelion and pull out of the ground. 

It’s surprising that something we label as a “weed”, can be one of nature’s top healing food with so many health benefits.

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Fatty Liver Supplements – the 4 natural supplements that work!

Why Supplements Matter

Natural supplements are an important part on fatty liver treatment. It’s been proved over and over that they aid and help on treating the disease. Do not confuse natural supplements with traditional drugs. These are natural sources of compounds found in nature that help our liver to recover and do its job better. It’s as simple as it sounds.

So if you’re serious on getting better and want to be fatty liver free, you must include fatty liver supplements into your daily routine as well as a proper diet and exercise.

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Some updates about finding a drug to cure fatty liver disease

After so many years fatty liver disease was not receiving enough attention, it seems that all major health institutes are changing their view on this disease.

One of the major of such groups, The Liver Meeting® (AASLD), which a a global health organization about liver diseases, held its annual meetings in 2014, and they decided to switch their main agenda to Fatty Liver Disease. This is mainly because now there is a really effective cure for Hepatitis C, so the next “big” thing is Fatty Liver.

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Milk Thistle for Fatty Liver

If there are supplements that are beneficial for your liver, Milk Thistle is one of the most important ones, if not the most. It’s a powerful liver protector because the simple fact that it features an antioxidant flavonoid called Silymarin.

Milk Thistle and Fatty Liver

This is why it is considered by many as “liver tonics” – it has so many protective benefits for liver tissues, including improving liver’s function and protect it from damage.

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Getting to Decreased ALT & AST Levels

One month ago one of my patients was diagnosed with hepatomegaly (enlarged liver) with fat. At that time, his liver function blood test showed ALT values of 133, and AST 57.

My recommendation to him was to start a fatty liver diet program, and mild physical activity, like walking for 1 hour for 3 times a week.

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