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The Liver Can Repair Itself

The Liver Can Repair Itself

Suzana came to my medical practice seeking help for recurrent discomfort over the area of the liver – meaning the right upper abdomen. She brought along an ultrasound scan of her liver, which showed a lesion in her liver situated near the porta hepatis, which is the part of the liver where the blood vessels and bile ducts enter the liver.

Thankfully this had a benign appearance and according to the radiologist’s report looked like a type of liver tumor called a hemangioma, although it did have an atypical appearance. The patient had been reassured that she did not have a cancerous or malignant tumor of her liver and that it was safe to leave it alone.

Nevertheless, Suzana continued to experience intermittent discomfort over her liver, as well as some indigestion and nausea. Suzana had been on the oral contraceptive pill for 20 years without a break, and had recently ceased taking it, as she could not lose weight and thought the pill could be responsible.

I explained to Suzana that the long-term use of oral hormones, such as the oral contraceptive pill, can cause hemangiomas in the liver. A hemangioma is a very vascular tumor made up of a group of enlarged blood vessels and does not become cancerous.

I started Suzana on Livatone Plus and a selenium supplement and told her to drink a large glass of raw vegetable juice every day. She was to juice cabbage, red radish, orange, lemon, mint, parsley, basil, cilantro, apple and carrot. I also put her on a low carbohydrate diet excluding grains and sugar and told her to eat plenty of raw salads and fruits, legumes, fish, organic eggs, nuts and seeds, and use whey protein powder to make smoothies.

I gave Suzana a request form for a repeat ultrasound scan of her liver to be done in 6 months’ time and a follow up appointment during which I would review her liver function and symptoms.

Well when Suzana returned 6 months later she told me a fascinating story and one that I had never heard before. She said that one day she experienced bad pain over her liver area and had to go quickly to the toilet to have a bowel action. When she looked in the toilet bowel before flushing away her bowel action she was shocked by what she saw.

She described a yellow – brown gooey lump of material in the bottom of the toilet bowel that required several flushes of the toilet before it disappeared down the toilet drain. She said the mass in the bottom of the toilet bowl reminded her of molasses and she had never seen this before and said that it was distinct from her feces. After she had passed this gooey gelatinous mass from her bowels, she felt much better and over the ensuing weeks she had no further pain over her liver area.

I reviewed her repeat ultrasound scan and lo and behold there was no sign of her liver hemangioma. Her liver scan looked perfectly normal.

My reaction was – wow! Congratulations you have given birth to a liver tumor!

As I always say, of all the organs in the body, the liver is most able to repair and regenerate itself.

The above statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease.

 

 

THESE STATEMENTS HAVE NOT BEEN EVALUATED BY THE FDA AND ARE NOT INTENDED TO DIAGNOSE, TREAT OR CURE ANY DISEASES.