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Re: liver cirrhosis help


Cirrhosis of the liver can cause fluid buildup in the body, and specially make the abdominal area large. When the liver heals. The body will get rid of the fluid buildup.

R.W. Breck, M.D in Wallingford Ct. graduated from the Yale University School of Medicine. He started the therapy for Cirrhosis that works.
Do not eat large meals at one sitting. Eat small meals as many times a day as you want. Do not tax your liver with big meals, because your liver is working hard by excreting a larger amount of bile at once to digest a large quantity food. It is better to eat small meals every two hours (snacks).
Snack on graham crackers all day. Take a good grade of Vitamin B Complex (one each morning, and one at night). Unlike the rest of your body, the liver uses Sugar to help repair itself when it is sick.
Now it is the treatment prescribed by Yale and most hospitals in CT.
The Gaylord Medical Center in Wallingford CT. uses the same therapy.

This therapy worked for me and, I saw it work for many people that were sent to Gaylord Hospital.
After 6 or 8 weeks, it looked like a miracle.

Maybe you can substitute the Graham Crackers and sweets with Graham Meal and Honey or Maple Sugar?
I ate the Graham Crackers and kept pure maple Sugar candies around, and took the vitamin B complex.

Or maybe you are looking for the more conventional treatments?
http://hepcchallenge.org/choices/PDF/Choices_Chapter7_FINAL_Mar05.pdf

http://www.hepnet.com/charge/chap8.html
 

 
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