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#1 007

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Posted 17 August 2009 - 03:35 PM

http://www.curemanua...ast-liver-flush

http://www.curemanua...er-flush-method

Two methods above. This is Babymaker's website. I recommend the Hulda Clark Method since it can be done in less than 2 days. If you drink a lot or you smoke, you really need to clean your liver and gall bladder. Think of your liver as your bio filter that cleanses your bloodstream. The more junk you eat, the dirtier the filter becomes.

Pimple problem? Skin problems? These are usually indicators of faulty filtering. There was this girl who worked for a spa who just got her gall bladder removed, I could have helped her with this flush but unfortunately I was informed of her health problem right after her P50,000 operation. I am now trying to free myself from future guilt by making this thread on MTC. :-)

CLEAN YOUR LIVER.

#2 edwardsy25

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Posted 23 September 2009 - 08:46 PM


alam ko cure dyan rest water exercise

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Posted 24 November 2009 - 12:39 PM

i will definitely give this a try. i have gall bladder stones for years. but never did i thought of having them remove surgically. i'll post my results here thanks bizman.

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Posted 24 November 2009 - 07:34 PM

Hmm, after having problems waking up with having the right side of my stomach hurt I quickly stopped from my drinking binge and it has been this way for almost 9 years now. I attributed the problem to too much alcohol.

You clearly have a good post, BizMan.

PS:
Incontinence is a word used to refer to both lack of fecal and urinary control. This is also used to refer to lack of control of one's urges. Pardon for looping. :rolleyes:

PPS:
My co-worker just had his stones pulverized at Asian Hospital's radiation room and he isn't a binge drinker. I'd have to ask what he's diet is.

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Posted 03 December 2009 - 12:32 PM

finished one session of liver flush. all i can say is effective talga. almost 1 inch ung nakuha kong pinaka malaking stone. di lang ako marunong mag lagay ng pics e. Thank you for the info.

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Posted 23 December 2009 - 04:52 PM

Very effective, 2nd flush was even more effective than the first one.

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Posted 22 February 2010 - 09:42 AM

kidney panu ang d best way magdetox?

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Posted 26 March 2010 - 06:26 PM

Hmmm, the links are already dead...

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Posted 11 June 2010 - 02:36 PM

Updated links:

http://www.curemanua...st-liver-flush/

and

http://www.curemanua...r-flush-method/

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Posted 17 August 2010 - 02:49 PM

sir nothing found sa site. i need this kasi i drink beer and i smoke eh

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Posted 12 October 2010 - 10:45 AM

Have known many people with such diagnosis. Ano ba talaga ito?

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Posted 12 October 2010 - 11:18 AM

its a condition where the liver accumulate so many fats. it can lead to liver cirrhosis or to liver cancer. it can be due to too much alcohol or reaction to maintenance medication. i hsve tried using probiotics and essential supplements to those people affected with good results.results in 2 to 3 months

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Posted 12 October 2010 - 11:37 AM

If you search and read about it, daming mga topics and well described. Clinically, it's a waste basket diagnosis. Nobody knows a whole lot about what causes it and what happens to people with fatty liver except some, mga 10% will have cirrhosis pero di natin alam kung sino at kailan at ano ang gagawin sa kanila. Cirrhosis means yung atay po sa sobrang tagal na parating namamaga ay napuno na ng scar tissue at lumiit na at hindi na magawa ang dapat niyang gawin, ibig sabihin kailangan ng bagong atay.

Unless me specific na dahilan ang na identify na cause, lahat ay pinapayuhan na bawasan o huwag na uminom ng alak, magpapayat, controlin ang diabetes at mataas na cholesterol at magdasal na hindi makasama sa 10% na magkaroon ng cirrhosis. Mga taong imiinom ng alak at may fatty liver are more likely to become cirrhotic, but meron pa ring mga hindi umiinom na nagiging cirrhotic, ewan ko ba, kaya nga waste basket eh.

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Posted 12 October 2010 - 06:46 PM

btw, not all cases of fatty liver are due to alcohol intake. It may be due to intake of certain drugs, or even high-fat diet. The official term that we use is NAFLD (non-alcoholic fatty liver disease) and NASH for the biopsied ones (Non-alcoholic steatohepatitis). As both terms imply, they are found among non-alcoholic drinkers.

But even if, let''s say, alcohol is not the cause.....obviously, drinking alcohol will cause further harm :)


for treatment, vitamin E, pentoxyfiline and silymarin have been prescribed throughout the years, but as of this moment, i'm not sure if phase III clinical trials have been performed on them.


Thanks for your advise. My case is actually NAFLD. Am at most a 2-3 bottle of beer occational drinker. Occational means on special occations only which is at most 6x in a year. Also a non smoker. But I admit eating unhealthy.

Last year when I had my executive check-up my SGPT and SGOT are elevated around twice the acceptable limits. Abdominal ultrasound indicates difuse parenchymal disease. I was advised to take Vit E and silymarine plus diet. In about 6 months time, the sgpt/sgot level have normalize. A repeat blood test was done 3 months after to see if my sgpt/sgot level will shoot up since i was no longer on silymarin. The test result was normal. After another 3 months, I had an executive check-up again. Sgpt/sgot levels normal but ultrasound still indicated same findings.

Question, given that my SGPT / SGOT levels have normalized how come ultrasound still show that my liver condition is still not normal. Cholesterol have also normalized What further steps/medications to take?

Incidentally, while my SGPT/SGOT level have normalized, my Uric have gone up slightly above normal. My Gastro said this is not really alarming for him to give me medication. Still I want it to be normal again. I suspect it is bec of the tuna I have been eating. Could it be the case?

Finally, while my cholesterol have normalized from a year ago wherein it is slightly elevated my good cholesterol HDL have fall below the normal range. How do I get it back to normal without affecting my bad cholesterol level as well as overall cholesterol level?

Thanks

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Posted 13 October 2010 - 06:39 PM

What is the benefit derived from eating oatmeal? What is the least amount/volume of oatmeal to be consumed in order to reap its full benefit?

Is there an omega 3 fatty acid supplement that you can recommend? One that is effective but not expensive.

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Posted 15 October 2010 - 10:32 AM

What is the benefit derived from eating oatmeal? What is the least amount/volume of oatmeal to be consumed in order to reap its full benefit?

Is there an omega 3 fatty acid supplement that you can recommend? One that is effective but not expensive.


Isa lang ang FDA approved, Omacor or Lovaza, expensive, let me say that again, very, very exppensive. Meron din sa mga health food store, yun lang hindi standardized ang pagmanufacture kaya hindi mo talaga alam dose ng bawat tabletang iniinom mo. Ang omega 3 ay galing sa fish, yung ibang fish contaminated ng mercury kaya yung tableta can be contaminated too, at saka yung iba naman parang masyadong malansa amoy, yung galing pati sa health food store eh concentrated lang at a certain extent kaya kailangang mas maraming tableta inumin sa loob ng isang araw.

Payo ko sa yo, hindi lahat ng tao eh dapat uminom ng mga ito, may mga indication paggamit nito, dapat ikunsulta sa doktor kung risk vs benefit favors taking the medication/supplements.

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Posted 28 October 2010 - 04:36 AM

What is the benefit derived from eating oatmeal? What is the least amount/volume of oatmeal to be consumed in order to reap its full benefit?

Is there an omega 3 fatty acid supplement that you can recommend? One that is effective but not expensive.



I can recommend to you a pharmaceutical grade omega 3 fish oil,derive from deep sea canadian salmon free from mercury. PM me for more info. got this from consulting Dr. Ray Strand .. a famous US doctor

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Posted 06 October 2011 - 11:41 AM

Fatty Liver medications

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Posted 08 December 2011 - 06:23 PM

Nothing.
Stop alcohol
Control blood sugar
Control cholesterol
Control primary problem kung meron
Stop meds that can cause fatty liver
Pray

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Posted 12 December 2011 - 03:31 AM

Actually, there has been reports regarding carnitine orotate (godex) and Essential forte with regards to helping the liver. they are quite expensive, consult a GI doctor first.




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