Related Categories: Hepatitis C | Silymarin | Glutathione | Anemia | Cirrhosis

Hope for Hepatitis C

…glutathione levels, plus it curbs inflammation and rejuvenates the liver by stimulating the production of new hepatic cells. * Selenium, a trace mineral, slows the replication of the hepatitis C virus—I like to think of it as “viral birth control.” Together, these supplements thwart the attack on…

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3 Healing Herbs

…Thistle for Liver Problems and Detoxification Milk thistle (Silybum marianum), is a miracle herb when it comes to treating liver problems such as hepatitis and cirrhosis. Milk thistle’s active constituent, silymarin, helps rejuvenate the liver, acting as an antioxidant and inhibiting the free radicals…

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Reap the Benefits of Glutathione

…glutathione synthesis and significantly enhances detoxification, and we use it at Whitaker Wellness, along with selenium and silymarin, to treat hepatitis and other liver diseases. Research suggests that the “sleep hormone” melatonin boosts glutathione status too, by stimulating production of the…

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The Power of Intravenous Nutrient Therapy

…despite having tried many different therapeutic approaches. After 10 IV vitamin C treatments, she was back to her old self. Mary P., who battled hepatitis for several years, watched her viral load drop steadily with regular infusions. Harold, who was hit hard with a particularly nasty flu virus, was…

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The Many Health Benefits of Coconut Oil

…This fatty acid is converted in the body into monolaurin, a compound that has been shown in lab studies to be effective against herpes, influenza, hepatitis C, HIV, MRSA, candida, and other viruses, bacteria, and fungi. Health Benefits of Coconut Oil: Fact or Fiction? Although there are several health…

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Beware of Liver Disease

Contrary to popular belief, the leading liver problem in the United States is not alcoholic cirrhosis or hepatitis, but nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). Afflicting roughly one in four Americans, it is not caused by alcohol or a virus, but by obesity and insulin resistance—and at least half…

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