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What can be done about liver cirrhosis? Here’s what you need to know.



Timestamps

0:00 Is liver cirrhosis reversible?

0:10 Fibrosis vs. cirrhosis

0:39 How does fibrosis start?

1:14 How do you know if you have cirrhosis?

2:22 Can you reverse liver cirrhosis?

3:00 Slowing liver cirrhosis

4:50 Need keto consulting?



In this video, we’re going to talk about liver cirrhosis and whether or it is reversible.



First, let’s talk about the differences between fibrosis and cirrhosis. Fibrosis is the first stage of cirrhosis, while cirrhosis is an advanced version of fibrosis. Essentially, cirrhosis is advanced scarring in the liver.



The more scarring in your liver, the less your liver has the ability to detoxify your body. In turn, you may have a build-up of toxins in your body if you have liver fibrosis or cirrhosis.



Liver fibrosis can start out with a fatty liver, liver inflammation, viral infections, alcohol consumption, a poor diet, low choline levels, too much iron, and certain drugs.



How do you know if you have cirrhosis? In many cases, the symptoms are non-existent. However, the signs of liver cirrhosis may include:

• Edema

• Low cognitive function

• Ascites

• Jaundice

• Itchiness

• Poor sleep

• Dark urine



The more symptoms you have, the more advanced it is.



So, back to the question, can you reverse liver cirrhosis? The answer is: it depends. If you have mild fibrosis or cirrhosis, it may be possible to reverse some of the damage. However, if you have severe liver cirrhosis, the problem may not be reversible.



The most important thing is to do whatever you can to avoid liver cirrhosis in the first place.



Here are the best ways to support a healthy liver:

• Tocotrienols

• Bile salts

• Fasting

• Vitamin D

• Probiotics



Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio:

Dr. Berg, age 55, is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of the best-selling book The Healthy Keto Plan, and is the Director of Dr. Berg Nutritionals. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education t