Will a Liver Cleanse Help Cirrhosis and a Fatty Liver

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Should you do a liver cleanse for serious liver problems? Here’s what you need to know!

0:00 Will a liver cleanse help cirrhosis or a fatty liver?
0:38 Arginase and detoxification
2:33 Liver cleanses and liver health

In this video, we’re going to talk about the question, will a liver cleanse help cirrhosis or a fatty liver?

Cirrhosis is an advanced situation—your risk for cancer goes way up.

First, let’s start by talking about an enzyme called arginase. Arginase is involved in the urea cycle. When you break down amino acids, the extra amount of it passes through as waste.

Arginase makes sure there’s a complete break down so this waste can exit the body without causing toxicity. Without arginase, you have an incomplete breakdown of arginine. In turn, you get higher amounts of ammonia in the blood.

Ammonia is not good for your brain and other tissues. It can cause a lot of very bad side effects—like coma, dementia, seizures, and tremors.

Fat in the liver can cause inflammation, scar tissue, and fatty liver.

Will a liver cleanse help these issues?

Unfortunately, a liver cleanse will hardly even touch these problems. Instead, it could even stir up more problems and make symptoms worse.

Instead, there are 7 things you can do to promote a healthy liver…
1. Keto – a cleaner fuel source
2. Fasting – reduces inflammation
3. Reduce protein – less than 3oz a meal to reduce stress on the liver
4. Plenty of L-arginine manganese – helps reduce ammonia
5. Increase vegetables – 7-10 cups a day
6. Tocotrienol – this is a powerful antioxidant-rich form of vitamin E
7. Probiotics – these can help reduce ammonia in the body

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Thanks for watching. I hope this video helped clear up why a liver cleanse may not be a good idea for liver cirrhosis or a fatty liver. See you next time.