User's Guide to Treating Hepatitis Naturally: Learn How Supplements Can Reverse Symptoms of Hepatitis and Improve Your Health
Hepatitis is a common causes of illness and death. Many types of hepatitis are caused by viruses, whereas other types result from the liver being overwhelmed by toxins, including alcohol and drugs. In this User's Guide, Dr. MacKay describes the most common forms of hepatitis, their causes, and ways to reduce your risk of contracting or developing them. He also describes vitamins, herbs, and other supplements that can help you reduce symptoms of hepatitis, including elevated liver enzymes, so you can lead a healthier life.
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Page 5 - The liver is one of the largest and most important organs in the body, though normally it performs its functions so unobtrusively and well that we are apt not to appreciate its importance.
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