From: Preston Sent: Sunday, April 18, 2010 12:58 PM To: lloyd Subject:
Hep C and Cirrhosis
First, let me say thanks for a very interesting read... your book is packed with knowledge that the M.D.s don't want to acknowledge. I discovered that I have Hep C through blood work while prepping for back surgery. It was also discovered that I have Cirrhosis. My main question to you at this time is that are there any items on your list of vitamins and herb/glandular supplements that will negatively impact
the cirrhosis and therefore should I alter the program you devised for curing Hep C ?
We have known for several years that Hepatitis C, a
common cause of liver cirrhosis and cancer, also makes people three to
four times more likely to develop Type 2 diabetes.
In studying the insulin resistance of 29 people with Hepatitis C,
Australian researchers have confirmed that they have high insulin
resistance, a precursor to diabetes. However, almost all insulin
resistance was in muscle, with little or none in the liver, a very
surprising finding given that Hepatitis C is a liver disease.
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