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Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis

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  • Posted By: countrygrl837
  • November 10, 2007
  • 10:54 PM

hello everyone my name is sherry and i am new here on the boards i was wondering if anyone else on here has been dionosed with nonalcoholic steatohepatitis i was just dinosed the 25 of october afer having a liver biopsy it kinda has me freaking out..the specialist i am seeing tells me i need to loose weight that this will help this problem.my ? is those of you that have this problem do you exsperience pain weakness and being tired all the time.what has been your exsperienc i would sure like to hear from you..i am on a 1500 calerie diet i was put on the diet before this was dionosed because my cholestrol and trycliserides were high i have since lost 22 pounds ..well i wont hold you up just would like some input please somebody..

god bless us all dealing with this

hugs sherry

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  • Hello-Please, read about NAET and Oriental Medicine.Your triglecerides spell Pancreas to me. It is not just your liver that is affected, your Pancreas and Lung need a lot of tender love and care.You shall detox your lifestlyle. Common household chemicals and personal care products often contain hormones and inhibit detoxification.You also need a mega dose of antioxidants, to protect your liver and pancreas.Stick around.Read Mercola, Beyondhealth.com and the books "Say Goodbye to Illness" and "Never Be Sick Again".A good Oriental Medicine Physician that practices NAET can help you. He/she can find the right combination of herbs, acupuncture, and NAET treatment.Best.Frui.
    Eatafruit78 960 Replies
    • November 13, 2007
    • 05:18 PM
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  • Lose the weight your doctor asked you to.I perform bariatric surgery and have found that 65-70% of my morbidly obese patients have NASH. It always goes away when they lose weight.The toxins attacking your liver are the excess fatty acids your liver is storing.Best of luck
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • November 20, 2007
    • 01:25 AM
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  • thanks everyone for your replys to my post..i am loosing weight so far i have lost around 25 pounds i hope this has helped although i need to loose about 25 more pounds to be at my ideal weight..again thank you all.. god bless sherry:)
    countrygrl837 3 Replies
    • November 23, 2007
    • 03:34 PM
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  • Hello-Please, read about NAET and Oriental Medicine.Your triglecerides spell Pancreas to me. It is not just your liver that is affected, your Pancreas and Lung need a lot of tender love and care. You shall detox your lifestlyle. Common household chemicals and personal care products often contain hormones and inhibit detoxification. You also need a mega dose of antioxidants, to protect your liver and pancreas. Stick around.Read Mercola, Beyondhealth.com and the books "Say Goodbye to Illness" and "Never Be Sick Again". A good Oriental Medicine Physician that practices NAET can help you. He/she can find the right combination of herbs, acupuncture, and NAET treatment. Best.Frui. hello frui i have had my pancreas checked out and everything is fine there..i was only told fatty liver and to loose weight because i am over weight i was antidepressiants for about 2 or so years and i gained alot of weight which is why i think all of this happend to me i am loosing weight now 25 pounds so far and i need to loose 25 more pounds to be at my ideal weight..i live in kentucky so how do i find a doctor that does oriental medicine? thanks for your reply.. god bless you sherry
    countrygrl837 3 Replies
    • November 23, 2007
    • 03:40 PM
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  • Hello Sherry :) (nice name!)Some sources of Oriental Medicine Practitioners arehttp://www.acufinder.com/ google maps- you can type in your zip code and run a search in your vicinity for TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine)These are some resultshttp://maps.google.com/maps?f=l&hl=en&geocode=&time=&date=&ttype=&q=Oriental+Medicine&near=Kentucky&ie=UTF8&z=9&om=1I was wondering if you live near Lexington or if you ever go there- because there is one NAET practiioner over there...This is also a good modality, but this particular doctor is not a Chinese Doctor.http://naet.com/subscribers/doctorResults.asp?FromQS=1&db=default&uid=default&City=&State=KY&Zip=&Last=&Country=&Status=on&sb=4&view_records=SearchMake sure you read about Omega 3, Omega 6, and Omega 9 Fatty Acids- you might be lacking the right Fatty Acids, that you need for optimum health. These are not the bad fats in fatty liver, these are vital nutrients that most people don't consume and the deficiency is related to chronic illness.Best,Frui.
    Eatafruit78 960 Replies
    • November 23, 2007
    • 05:52 PM
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