February 4, 2019©
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Cirrhosis: the deadly outcome of liver failure
Bovine colostrum can be used to treat the effects of various liver diseases, such as liver inflammation, viral hepatitis, fibrosis of the liver, cirrhosis of the liver, fatty liver, and so forth. These effects include disturbances of the liver’s detoxification, excretory, conjugational, and synthesizing functions, portal hypertension due to liver disease, and even coma due to liver failure. Supplementation can also be used to relieve stress on the liver due to liver insufficiency as a result of liver parenchyma damage or viral hepatitis, allowing the liver to heal and recover function.
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- Boswellia alleviates fibrosis
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The oils for liver failure include:
Daily intake of these 4 oils combined equals about 1 tbsp.
- Cod liver oil (1/2-1 tsp. or 1 soft gel)(winter only, switch to fish oil summer)
- Olive oil (1 tsp.)
- Grass fed butter (1 tsp.)
Intestinal failure-associated liver disease
Parenteral nutrition induced cirrhosis in very low birth weight premature infants with short bowel syndrome and occasionally dysfunctional motility is a serious condition that can lead to sepsis and often has a high mortality rate. According to research rescue occurs by switching soy oil therapy with fish oil based parenteral therapy in 85% of the cases. Parenteral nutrition lipid emulsion (LE) with fish oil is not permitted in the US.
Effect of a fish oil-based lipid emulsion on intestinal failure-associated liver disease in children. Fish oil therapy alleviates IFALD in children.
*Parenteral nutrition (PN) is intravenous administration of nutrition, which may include protein, carbohydrate, fat, minerals and electrolytes, vitamins and other trace elements for patients who cannot eat or absorb enough food through tube feeding formula or by mouth to maintain good nutrition status.
*Parenteral treatment is associated with high risk.
Obviously some premature infants require parenteral treatment. Oral administration is always preferred and systemic administration of any substance is clinically proven high risk.
Avoid systemic immunization and targeting for better outcomes
Currently available treatments for IBD, which target the systemic immune system, induce immunosuppression, thereby exposing the patient to the risk of infections and malignancy.
Clinical & Translational Immunology (2016)
Gastroenterology and Liver Units, Department of Medicine, Hebrew University-Hadassah Medical Center, Jerusalem, Israel
In fact, the WHO recommends that immunization or treatment be orally administered due to economic, logistical and security reasons. Furthermore, this route offers important advantages over systemic administration, such as reducing side effects, as the molecules are administered locally and have the ability to stimulate the GALT immune responses (Levine and Dougan, 1998; Neutra and Kozlowski, 2006; Bermúdez-Humarán et al., 2011).
- Water does not work for a liver flush.
- Sodium ascorbate may help some.
- Lactic acid bacteria (acidophilis)
- Milk (lactose)
- Lemons (small amounts, acid)
- Acid whey as found in yogurt
- Buttermilk (superior antioxidant)