How to Get Rid of Cirrhosis of the Liver

The liver is the largest solid organ in the body and weighs about three pounds. It is responsible for manufacturing proteins, storing excess nutrients, manufacturing bile, helping to store blood sugar, filtering out harmful substances, and producing cholesterol. Cirrhosis is a disease in which the healthy tissue of the liver is replaced by scar tissue which hampers liver function by blocking the flow of blood and slowing the processing of both good nutrients and bad toxins. It is most commonly caused by Hepatitis C, fatty liver and alcohol abuse.


How do I know if I have Cirrhosis of the Liver?

  • Loss of appetite
  • Fatigue
  • Weight loss or weight gain
  • Bruises
  • Jaundice
  • Itchy skin
  • Fluid retention
  • Brownish or orange tint to urine
  • Light colored stools
  • Confusion
  • Disorietation
  • Personality changes
  • Blood in the stool
  • Fever


How do I prevent Cirrhosis of the Liver?

  • Avoid excessive and constant consumption of alcohol. More than 2 drinks a day increases your risk of cirrhosis.
  • Avoid high risk sexual behaviors.
  • Do not have unprotected sex with partners that may have Hepatitis or other viral infections.
  • Be careful around synthetic chemicals.
  • Vaccinate against Hepatitis B
  • Eat a well-balanced, low-fat diet and take vitamins.


How can I treat Cirrhosis of the Liver?

  • Take alfalfa which improves vitamin K deficiencies and helps with blood creation.
  • Burdock root, dandelion and red clover help to repair the liver.
  • Avoid animal proteins. Try to get all your protein from plant sources.
  • Avoid foods that lead to constipation. Constipation causes the liver to have to work harder.
  • Eat foods high in arginine which helps to eliminate ammonia from the body.
  • Avoid alcohol.
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