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Why are most drugs for liver diseases meaningless?

Why are most drugs for liver diseases meaningless?

When we feel sick, a lot of us tend to use whatever medications the doctor prescribes to us, and we are bound to follow their instructions in using these medications, right?


Not quite.


I’ve seen lots of “must have medications” that actually worsen liver function. Or at the very least, lower the quality of life. That’s because…


Medications are like French fries


You might be thinking “what?”, but stick with me here and it’ll soon make sense.


French fries are very tasty and when you feel hungry, it can help you feel better by filling you up, but it is extremely unhealthy, and it doesn’t provide the nutrition needed for a balanced diet. French fries do not add nutrition value to your health, or even worse, if eaten frequently for a long time, excessive fat might accumulate, causing obesity, heart disease and other health problems.


Likewise, medications can do the same thing to your body. In the short term, they are effective in reducing and relieving symptoms, making you feel better, but they don’t add any value to overall liver recovery. As all medications are toxic, they may cause further harm to your liver, and in many cases, these toxins prevent your weakened liver to recover.


To understand this better, think about this: how many times have you undergone Interferon treatment? Taken ribavirin or entecavi? OK, be honest here, do any of these meds make you feel better? Do any of them improve your quality of life noticeably?


That’s because all medications have to be processed by the liver, and relying on a weakened liver to process toxic substances will only give the liver more work to do, and it surely does not help your liver to recover or make it stronger in anyway.


To tackle liver diseases, simply treating the cause is not enough. Assuming that the cause is treated, may that be hepatitis C, hepatitis B, or NASH, most injured liver cells or fibrotic tissues are still unable to recover themselves efficiently, and what is urgently required for your liver is to recover good functional liver cells.


In order to do that, you must help your liver in these 2 ways:

  1. Stop any inflammation and fibrosis in the liver.
  2. Enhance the self-recovery ability of the liver cells.


Medications do not do these for you.


Know what helps or hurts your liver

A quality solution to liver diseases must address the key issue, which is to protect liver cells from damage and to encourage liver cell recovery. This is the only way to prevent fibrosis, the worsening of cirrhosis and liver cancer.


If you have hepatitis C cirrhosis, your first priority should be to stop inflammation in the liver. You can do this in 2 ways, either use antiviral treatment, or YHK, an option which contains anti-inflammation effects. Once inflammation in the liver is stopped, ALT level should lower to within the normal range. Secondly, you must start to help the fibrotic or cirrhotic liver cells to recover, to enhance the recovery ability of the liver cells, and start to regenerate new liver cells.


The easiest way to build up your liver health


To date, there is no effective medication that can help liver cells to recover, but research indicates that fibrosis and cirrhosis is reversible, so there must be a way to help liver cells to rebuild. 


Clinical studies have shown that YHK contains such properties, which can effectively help to boost the recovery ability of the liver, prevent cirrhosis from worsening and over time, help to rebuild new functional liver cells.


When liver function starts to improve, the symptoms caused by limited liver function will reduce, and the increase of liver function means instant improvement in quality of life. Plus, YHK therapy is a natural supplement, it does not bring the liver extra burden.It is a lot easier for your liver to process compared with meds, helping your liver to recover faster.


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By: Prof S.H. Sha - 

  • * All research and clinical data should be used as reference purposes only, results may vary.
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