i do suggest to test nagalase like a did for those with high risk liver cancer, this is for cirrhosis patients or people with family history of liver cancer.
a normal nagalase is a must in these cases, we still dont know nagalase level in the phases of hbv infection but it is better for these high risk patients to check it and make it normal by gcmaf like i did
i did total antioxidant capacity.....my anox test result was higher than normal despite all antioxidants i take...the best result is normal range, not higher and not lower because:
a lower level is a sign of no defence in case of excess oxidative stress
a higher level can also mean there is a lot of oxidative stress in the body and we are trying to balance that but it is not certain if we are able to
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