I haven't yet told my doctor. But I do plan on doing so soon. Just haven't gotten around to it. Will post his reaction here when I do though. Stay tuned.
My past experience with these kind of "cures" is that the doctors will not spread the news at all. Remember they can only prescribe treatments that are certified as effective by the FDA. So even if they believed in it, I don't believe they could recommend it as a treatment. If the patient went through a liver cleanse and got into trouble, the doctor could face a legal battle. Approved procedures and drugs only if they value their license to practice.
I gave the Beck silver pulser to a friend who was suffering from shingles. His shingles were completely gone in three days. He told his doctor he had no more signs of shingles. She asked him to come in for an examination since she didn't believe it. Sure enough, she was amazed. But she was not converted. Continued to prescribe marginal drugs for shingles in the hopes of reducing the patient's symptoms because it was the accepted protocol.
No folks, I think we are on our own here. Even though it would be great to have a more scientific approach to liver cleansing, having the FDA involved would take the procedure out of our hands and make it illegal to do without the direction of a physician. So we are best off where we are.