A diet that is healthy for a diabetic is equally healthy for a patient with a liver problem.
carbs verses protein' vitamins fat soluble verses water soluble' vegetables with to much copper our iron and other things like that my dietitians diet is bad fore ammonia levels it seems we can get symptoms of starving Evan thou we eat healthy being diabetic makes it worse and can make use gain wait Evan thou wear dieting [liver has allot to duo with diabetic symptoms Evan if your not diabetic
I don't follow. Having both hep c and diabetes am interested in subject. could you be more clear? As a diabetic of course I avoid sugar, carbs where possible try to stick to whole grains yams rather then white potatoes
I don't follow either, nitramog. Are you by any chance talking about a condition called Thalassemia? which I don't anything about (saw one patient with it -once), and I only know that it's a condition that - no matter what - the body is "starving" because no uptake and storage of any essential nutrients from any foods can occur. This particular patient had a long history severe alcoholism, she had hepatic encephalopathy, and the one additional thing they diagnosed her with, too, was "Thalassemia". I'd never seen it before, never seen it since, but your note for some reason reminded me of it.
next time I come to a web site off interest I will post them so it's explained better I aim going back and forth over liver diet and blood sugar diet It will take a few days to find them again
You must be thinking of something else because Thalassemia causes a form of anemia, it does not render you unable to process or tore nutrients. There are several types of Thalassemia, some more severe than others.