Restoring Liver Health

Restoring Liver Health

The body is a wonderful thing and given half a chance it can heal itself.  The liver is special in that it can renew and unexpected remission and reversal of disease does happen.  So don’t believe any medical professional that writes you off.   By all means explore the treatments offered by allopathic medicine as there are a number that prove effective especially methods that target tumors but always remember that the liver removes toxins and chemo therapy may overload the liver with toxins.

The previous article highlighting allopathic treatments is here:

Liver Cancer

The foods here are meant to supplement (not replace) any treatment and are not offered as an alternative to allopathic medicine although they can have remarkable results in themselves and are not as harsh as chemo.


*Warning some studies suggest that Aloe Vera may do harm to the liver (the jury is still out) although others show no net benefit.  Best to avoid Aloe Vera until the situation becomes clearer.


Caffeine and Autophagy To Reduce Fats in Liver (42 min)

I have written extensively on natto beans and I would urge people to either make their own (mine are made from black beans but usually soy beans are used). You can buy the natto beans frozen in Asian shops but if you don’t like the taste get a nattokinase supplement. Nattokinase is an enzyme that comes from a Japanese food called natto. Natto is made from boiled soybeans that have been fermented with a type of fungus. Nattokinase may thin the blood and help break up blood clots.  Why am I recommending Nattokinase?    I am recommending it because it breaks down the Spike Protein from the mRNA vaccines.  Your liver already has enough to cope with so either take the supplement or eat the beans to remove any spike protein.

Also remove all “white stuff” (sugar,flour,pasta etc) from the diet especially sugar and practice intermittent fasting.

How to remove visceral fat

1./ Sleep.  Visceral fat (known as ‘hidden’ fat) is fat stored deep inside the belly. It wraps around your organs and makes your gut stick out. It’s incredibly dangerous because it produces toxic chemicals, even in thin people (skinny fat). Visceral fat is a sign of metabolic syndrome which causes short & long-term problems like:

• Gout
• Stroke
• Cancer
• Anxiety
• Brain Fog
• Dementia
• Depression
• Liver disease
• Heart Disease
• Low Back Pain
• Type 2 Diabetes
• Low Testosterone

Visceral fat is destroying your mind and body in the short and long term.
Dysregulated circadian rhythm leads to a dysregulated metabolism.

Get to bed between 9-11p.

Wake up between 6-8a.

Get sunlight during the day.

Limit blue light at night.

2. Walking

120 years ago, we walked 23.5k steps/day. Now we walk 3.5k steps/day.

Walk 8k steps minimum.

Walk after meals to regulate blood sugar.

Walk in the morning to get morning sunlight.

Walk at night to calm the mind before bed.

3. Cut the cardio

Cardio is trading your time to burn calories.

Resistance training builds muscle which burns calories passively.

Focus on building muscle to lose fat (not burning calories).

4. Eat more protein

Protein builds muscle and leads to more calories burned at rest.

Protein burns calories through digestion.

Protein keeps you full reducing the need for snacking.

Eat more protein.

5. Increase testosterone

Testosterone is directly linked to excess body fat.

Boost testosterone by:

• Get sunlight
• Lifting weights
• Managing stress
• Getting 8 hours of sleep

6. Reduce chronic stress

Stress leads to the release of hormones that make fat loss impossible.

• Meditate
• Sleep more
• Get sunlight
• Nasal breathe
• Practice grounding
• Remove processed foods
• Move throughout the day

7. Get into a calorie deficit

To lose fat you need a calorie deficit. There’s no way around it.

Here’s how to do it:

1. Drink water
2. Stop snacking
3. Get leaner cuts of meat
4. Don’t drink your calories
5. Start your day with protein
6. Eat low-calorie, high-volume foods

How to shed visceral fat:

1. Sleep
2. Walking
3. Cut the cardio
4. Eat more protein
5. Increase testosterone
6. Reduce chronic stress
7. Get into a calorie deficit








There are so many good sub-stacks out there written by professional people (virologists, mathematicians, epidemiologists etc) but also written by some very good researchers. Here are a few that I regularly visit.   It is difficult to keep up because things are moving so fast….the tide is definitely turning but they are not done yet. There are probably sub-stacks that I have missed but I will post them when I get a chance. Tagged under Good Reads.