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Old 04-24-2013, 10:08 AM
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Default How to Fix Detoxify the Liver

Cut down on the booze, first and foremost.
Eat only organic foods.
Fast/ undereat each day for extended time periods to give the liver a break.
Drink fresh squeezed vegetable juices. (Small amounts of apple and grapefruit juice are allowed as well).
Eat cruciferous vegetables.
Eat citrus fruits.
Drink 1 cup of hot water per day with the juice of an entire lemon squeezed in it.
Drink fresh pressed organic cranberry juice. Mix cup in 16-24oz of water.
Use herbs such as milk thistle (Although recent research shows that this may have a negative affect on androgen receptors. Something to keep in mind if gaining maximal muscle is your goal) and spices like tumeric, thyme and oregano.
Take two grams of NAC per day on an empty stomach.
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or you can use the most effective way.. TIME .. because the liver always regenerates itslef...
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That's not true.

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It does not always regenerate, it depends on the damage caused.

Take from an article in 2007

The way the liver renews itself may be simpler than what scientists had been assuming. A new study, appearing in the April 13 issue of The Journal of Biological Chemistry, provides new information on the inner workings of cells from regenerating livers that could significantly affect the way physicians make livers regrow in patients with liver diseases such as cirrhosis, hepatitis, or cancer.

"The human liver is one of the few organs in the body that can regenerate from as little as 25 percent of its tissue," says Seth Karp, assistant professor of surgery at Harvard Medical School, Boston, and main author of the study. "It is not known how the liver does it, but our results provide some details of what makes the liver so unique."

Although organ regeneration has been observed in many animals, the details of how it happens at the cellular level are still not completely understood. So far, scientists have shown that cells that participate in tissue regeneration behave as if they were part of a growing organ in an embryo. In other words, the cells act as if the liver is growing, as do other organs in a developing embryo.

Many of the proteins that induce organ regeneration have been identified and scientists are now trying to make organs regrow by stimulating these proteins. Regrowing livers this way would be especially useful for patients whose livers are so damaged -- say, by a tumor that has spread to most of the liver -- that a large part would be removed. Unless such patients receive the right amount of liver transplant from an organ donor, they do not always survive. Quickly stimulating the growth of the remaining portion of their liver could be their only chance of survival.

To investigate how the liver regenerates, Karp and his colleagues set out to determine which proteins are involved in the regenerating cells. The scientists were also interested in testing whether regenerating cells behave like embryonic ones, as is commonly assumed for other organs. New processes may explain why the liver is so uniquely capable of renewal and repair after injury, the scientists thought.

Karp's team considered two samples of mice. The first consisted of embryonic mice at various stages of development while the second was composed of adult mice to which two-thirds of their liver were removed. Using techniques such as DNA microarrays -- which determine which genes are active in a cells -- and software programs that analyze the collected information, the scientists listed all the proteins that help the cells grow and proliferate in both samples.

The results were unexpected. The researchers noticed that only a few proteins were common to both processes. Proteins called transcription factors, which affect DNA in the cell's nucleus, were highly involved in the development of embryos' livers but not in adult liver regeneration. Instead, proteins that help cells proliferate were active in both the developing and regenerating livers.

These findings showed that a regenerating liver does not behave as a developing embryo. Instead, regeneration could actually be only due to an increase in cells that multiply through regular cell divisions, a process called hyperplasia.

The new results may also have important medical implications. Transcription factors are known to be more difficult to manipulate than the other identified proteins. Since the transcription factors were not present in regenerating livers, it might be easier to stimulate liver regeneration by only activating the other identified proteins.

"These results are very encouraging," Karp says. "Not only did we discover that the number of proteins involved in liver regeneration is relatively low, but they don't include transcription factors, so we may be closer to being able to stimulate liver regeneration than we thought."

The next step will be for scientists to understand whether the regenerating cells are stem cells. Studies have shown that adult stem cells are involved in the repair of many organs, but in the case of the liver, the cells repairing it through regeneration may simply be regular cells, not stem cells.

"We think that the liver regrows through a relatively simple process, which could explain its prodigious ability to repair itself," Karp says.
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From my understanding the liver is a remarkable organ with amazing powers for self healing. However, if the damage caused is too great it will no longer be able to self heal.

Be warned. You don't have licence to do untold damage!
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tht was a really good read.. and i guess on some cases it can and some cases it cant.. i had massive liver & kidney failure back in 2012 and i had 3 out of body experiences i was pretty much dead with myself on a couple of occasions looking at the dr,s working on me.. it was a weird feeling.. they said tht my enzymes were over 8,000 and they dont really know how i survived,, they said tht my liver regenerated itself.. i was on kidney dialysis for tht whole ear and then all the sudden they said tht my kidneys were functioning again and i had to not do dialysis nomore and my enzymes had reached tolerable levels.. a miricale l idk but i guess in tht occurrence my liver did regenerate itself and very happy to be alive... to gear another day.. so i guess in some cases it does and others it dosnt..
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Wow! So glad to have you here, mate! Keep going.
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thanks so much.. at tht time tht i realize tht i was able to get another chance at this is when i decided to really buckle down on my training and totally rid the partying ..
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Good for you........

I work in a hospital, and see everyday just how people can get themselves into poor physical shape by not taking an active part in keeping themselves in shape.

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yes and i can truly say tht i was one of them.. i grew up very fast and hard and just i was to green in the sport at the time to realize tht gear and partying just dosnt mix and i had to learn the hard way.. i will never go back to tht lifestyle as it has robbed me of a really much more better life than i have lived.. now its all about the gains and reaching my goals.. im blesed to be here and live to tell the tale
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