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Is it possible to use supplements to help my liver

Sent: Wednesday, October 24, 2012 7:06 AM
To: Lloyd Wright
Subject: [Contact Lloyd] Quercetin
Charles sent a message using the contact form at

Dear Lloyd:
I read about Dr. French and his research in Feb. 2012 and immediately began taking Quercetin because I knew I did not have long. My Liver Cirrhosis was creating some serious symptoms, like ascites, high billirubin AST ALT. I also felt lousy.
The change was quick and lasting. I am still taking 500mg per day but used
1000 mg initially for a period of a month.

I feel much better which is the most important thing to me. I have not had a viral load test yet so I don't know if the virus is suppressed or eliminated.

Now, my problem is a cirrhotic liver. Billirubin has dropped a full point from 3.5 to 2.5 and ALT and AST have also dropped, but not dramatically as other results I have read. However, before the Quercetin, they were all three climbing slowly but steadily. I feel that a small reduction is significant and I have only been taking Quercetin for seven months.
The Gastrointerologist says the only fix is a transplant. I am too old for that and besides this all started with a heart bypass in 1987 when I received tainted blood. So I am not inclined to more operations.

I am sorry for the long email, but I wanted you to know the whole story. My question is: Is it possible to use supplements to help my liver rebuild or is it just too far gone?

Thanks for any comment you may have.

Hello Charles,

There are ways to regenerate even the most cirrhotic of livers. I know because I see it done by people all the time.
Milk thistle is important. The tea is very helpful as you get the whole seed rather than an extract but if you have Ascities then the tea is not always good.

Phosphatidyl Choline is very good. Try and take 12 a day.
This item can make new liver cells.

NatCell Liver and NatCell Mesenchyme are the very best items for liver cell regeneration.
You can read some about NatCell liver here:

I attached a short study on Mesenchyme can help livers in mice. No studies yet on humans that I know of.
Avoid fast food, fried food, fatty foods.

Take Lipotrope, works good.
Be sure and always take Full Spectrum vitamin K, Selenium, 400 mcg per day and lipoic acid, 600 mg a day.
Drink 2 cups of Reishi tea a day.

There is a lot more you can do but this is a good start.

Also check out my programs here:

I am here for any questions.