reply to post by Utnapisjtim
Actually, alcohol stimulates the liver to detox but continual detoxing does degrade the liver and leads to complications. Rebuilding the liver would
be the appropriate thing to do. Stimulating it to replace the damaged cells. I also have liver problems, mine calcified partially because of the
medicines I took for five years that messed with the P450 enzymes. Calcification occurs sometimes to protect the liver so it can be repaired later
from what I read. I am investigating how to repair this problem. I may have already repaired some of it already. The only way I can find out for
sure is to have another MRI or catscan. Thistle does promote repair, but I pushed it too much by taking it for a month. I now take it for three days
in a row about once a month. Slow but sure.
If I want to stimulate the liver to excrete bile I will have a drink. I don't drink much anymore, but understand the importance of an occasional
drink. It seems that having cheerios with milk, I have a real allergy to milk, coupled with a mixed drink will cause a good cleanout of the digestive
system. Alcohol also breaks down into acetylaldehyde, which I can neutralize with the molybdenum I take. I take the molybdenum for sulfite problems,
it helps me breath because I need certain sulfate foods in my diet to control epilepsy. So acetylaldehyde helps to neutralize the nitrogen and when I
fire up my construction worker muscles, they dump a nitrogen compound into the blood which dialates the blood vessels. I then get light headed since
I do not make blood well. I have always had low blood volume and a very high heart rate. I have also had hypoglycemia all my life. So I get dizzy.
Now the alcohol helps to pull the niacin out of the body, I pee it out. People who work hard often stop for a few beers after work, I think this has
something to do with this.
I experiment on myself and research a lot, trying to find the good in the bad that they say exists.
Now the thistles and burdocks and other pricks in this world may be able to help me better than alcohol. I have been studying what all the problems
above have in common, the ones I have had all my life, not the TLE that I got from the accident. These problems are why I was allergic to all the
medicines. That is not really an allergy, it is a metabolic incompatibility actually, but I call it an allergy.
No problem, I will figure out how to fix or live with all these problems. The tachychardia is just an inconvenience, I worked hard all my life with
it, only having some occasional problems. The meds they gave me were not the right meds for this condition, beta blockers just caused other side
effects. I know what the problem probably is now, diet can stop the afib events.
Oh well, wish I had unlimited test equipment to monitor my research, but that would require me to go to a doctor who would try to push pills to treat
the symptoms. I do not want to treat the symptoms, I want to understand the metabolic processes and try to correct them. Most all medicines are
designed from something in nature.
Excellent threads you made.
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