I have asked about this twice. First, after several days, Dr.Julia Aharonov told me that this was not an addiction question. I thought the second time I had gotten the info to Nutrition. I hope I sm doing so now., I have some liver damage due to alcohol which I have stopped consuming. For several years I have been taking Liv.52. I noticed that it had no milk thistle so I added it a few weeks ago. I have heard good things about SAMe and NAC.\
What would be the best combination of any of these four items to help my liver.
These liver supplements are truly excellent. My sister had liver cancer and had the diseased portion surgically removed. When she refused chemotherapy her doctors when bananas, telling her all the terrible things that would happen to her. That was eight years ago. Still alive and cancer free.
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