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Fatty Liver Question...

Discussion in 'Optimal Labs' started by John Nicholas, Oct 25, 2018.

  1. drezy

    drezy New Member

    @John Nicholas

    I finally caught up with the rest of the Oct Q&A.

    You had really good questions.

    I'm very glad you've joined us.
  2. John Nicholas

    John Nicholas New Member

    Thank you my friend. I'm sorry we didn't get to meet in Cancun.
  3. Eugenia

    Eugenia New Member

    23 hours of fasting (plus 1 hour feeding a keto or low carb paleo diet) fixes the fatty liver within a few months.
  4. Ronald Waters

    Ronald Waters New Member

    I think it depends on the person. John if you are really motivated to change you can try drinking less water thus hopefully forcing your body to burn fat to make water like JanSz is suggesting but if the failure to achieve progress is going to demotivate you to change then you want to be very careful about what you try.
    Now that I see the game as N=1, I would say that you should try it and see what happens. drezy is right it won't work for everyone but if you are truly motivated to change then I am certain that you will find a way.
  5. Duchess Sunshine

    Duchess Sunshine Wanting to Migrate south.

    hmm, I find your recommendation very interesting. I never thought about that way before, to reduce the amount of water drank to make your own water which in turn helps with deturim levels I presume. I just received my latest lab's which I still have increased liver enzymes although they are better then 8 months ago, Something labeled ALT is 35 down from 48 Feb 2020
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