Cirrhosis

Disease of the liver and mainly associated with alcoholism.
 
Symptoms
-    High temperature
-    Indigestion
-    Constipation or diarrhea
-    Jaundice (skin becomes yellow)
-    Ascites (excess fluid in the space between the tissues lining the abdomen and abdominal organs (the peritoneal cavity))
 
Causes
The principle cause is excessive consumption of alcohol, although it can be caused by hepatitis or poor nutrition.
 
Suggested Treatment
-    Consume large amounts of vegetable proteins
-    Use B-Complex supplement
-    If jaundice is present, lower intake of foods containing vitamins A, E, D & K
-    Eliminate milk, eggs, pork and all nuts since they can interfere with the functioning of the liver.
-    If there is inflammation in the liver, eliminate coffee, salt, pepper and stimulants.
-    Detox the liver.
 
Warning!  Do not consume fats, fish oil or vitamin A in large amounts, or even codfish oil and never drink alcohol.
 
Products
Aloe Vera Nectar (juice).  90 - 180ml daily, 60ml with each meal.  Assists in detoxing the liver.
 
Ginkgo Plus Tablets.  2 to 3 tablets daily, 1 with each meal.  Contains Schizandra which has been proven to have excellent qualities in assisting the liver.
 
Nutritional Shake.  1 daily meal substitute.  Contains large spectrum of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, proteins, fiber.
 
Lycium PlusTablets.  2 or 3 tablets, 1 with each meal.  Effective blood and liver detoxifier.
 
Royal Jelly Tablets.  3 tablets daily, 1 20 minutes before a meal.  Contains full range of B vitamins.
 
 
 
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