*Results may vary. The information in this site is NOT to be construed as medical advice. Cirrhosis of the liver is a serious condition and if you have it, you should see a doctor. I am not a doctor and am not able to dispense medical advice. My husband saw a doctor (many of them) and they were able to do things for him that I could not. However, they were unable to recommend alternative treatments, and in MY OPINION they were VERY beneficial to my husband, so I am providing some of that information here. My husband and I tried all of these alternative therapies at our own risk, and if you try them you will be doing the same. At your own risk. No promises are made in this blog. I am not saying there is a cure for cirrhosis or any other condition. However, I believe most people can get well, like my husband did. My husband is alive, happy, productive, functional and has his energy back. He no longer worries about having to go on disability or getting a $577,000 liver transplant. Cirrhosis is a serious condition. He is currently in the fibrosis stage (Stage 2 liver disease), which is still serious. I cannot guarantee you will have the same results. I just want you to know about what worked well for my husband. I hope you will share what you learned with others, and share your story with us as well. This blog was made for YOU! Thanks for visiting!

Sunday, January 1, 2017

I just started a new blog about Multiple Sclerosis and The Liver

I've probably mentioned at least once, how my old boyfriend (whom I'll call Matt) is the one who got me into researching alternative therapies, because he has MS. And Matt was the biggest alternative therapy researcher I've ever known! If it weren't for Matt, I seriously doubt this blog would even exist. My husband could be dead, or he may have had a liver transplant.  It was thanks to Matt, that I learned to see the power in alternative treatments.

I can't help wondering if MS could somehow be related to the liver.  It occurred to me tonight, that the last time I saw Matt, he looked like his teeth were going bad... just like Jake's were! I know that the liver is responsible for processing calcium, and when it doesn't function well, the teeth start to go... so... could it be possible that MS could somehow be related to the liver?

I ended up finding an article that shows how, after one woman with MS had a transplant, her numbers improved and she actually went into remission!

I don't have too much time to add to this blog, but in the future if I happen to find any articles that relate to MS and the liver, I will put them on that blog.  If you want to see it, click on this link:

My Blog About Cirrhosis and MS

Happy New Year, everyone!


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