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Re: Liver
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Re: Liver

When confronted by failing health many of us have learned how to turn this situation around by following a program which leads us back to good health. The conditions we have tend to have several causes and since our metabolic systems work together we need to take a number of steps before we get better. Often just taking some supplements or doing only one self treatment doesn't put our bodies back in balance. There are several programs which people have recommended in messages on this board -so you can read older messages and check them out online.

Most of these programs, such as Hulda Clark 's Protocols which I use, include parasite killing programs, kidney cleanses, Liver Flushes and methods of improving liver function, removing toxins and pollutants from the body and more. For Clark's protocols her writing is online at The Dr. Clark Information Center or in her book ' The Cure For All Diseases '.

Besides the health building programs some of us found that they helped greatly but we needed to find out what the underlying cause was that started our decline. Defining the basic problem is important and sometimes the Drs miss the signs and won't think to test for them unless the person requests the tests. My underlying problem is an autoimmune condition caused by a sensitivity to gluten in wheat, barley and rye. This is a common problem as is another autoimmune condition hemachromatosis and both can be tested for either by the Dr or by the person ordering the genetic tests online.

Best of Luck.

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