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Mar 03, 2008 - 2 comments

Have finished the Hep C Complete and believe it to be a great combination of supplements; Milk thistle, Selenium, Alpha Lipoic Acid, especially when you add the other vitamins to it like: Bs, E, Magnesium, Zinc

Now trying Fatigue Relief Plus with the NT Factor in it.  I am really impressed, have more energy and clearer in the mind.  Time will tell if this is lasting, will keep updating.

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by George_D, Nov 17, 2008
After 4 years of using Hep C Complete with other supporting supplements (B, C, E, zinc, magnesium, l-methionine, OPCs) I am almost totally clear of Hep C symptoms and my last 3 blood tests (over the past year) went as follows
1) normal AST/ALT, slightly high bilirubin (pathologist said "consistent with recovery from hepatitis") -  Ferretin 70
2) slightly high AST/ALT, normal bilirubin   - Ferretin 90
3) normal AST, slighly high AST, normal bilirubin  - Ferretin 127

so my ALT/AST hover around the high-normal mark - they used to be over 100; but after test 2) I made an affort to reduce them, and partly succeeded. I was only taking the full dose of Hep C Complete at the time of (1). I was not feeling well when I did (2), because of trying the coconut oil detox, and expected it to be high; I feel much better now. My bilirubin has kept going down. My iron is way too high for someone with Hep C; it should be 30-80; I am making an effort to get it lower, by drinking coffee and taking OPCs with meals.
I think, from these last few results and knowing the circumstances under which the tests were taken, that by taking Hep C Complete consistently at 2 caps daily, reducing iron with OPCs and coffee (extra important to supplement zinc and other minerals if doing this), and using immune-supporting chinese herbs (astragalus, cordyceps, ginseng) regularly I can get all measurements to low-normal. But I also think that I can live a long life with my ALT/AST/bilirubin where they are at present.

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by George_D, Nov 17, 2008
Also, my serum albumin is always at maximum of normal (the "reference range"), and this is a good sign of normal liver function. It also helps to explain why the high ferretin/iron doesn't do more damage; albumin can bind iron to prevent it generating hydroxyl radicals. If the liver wasn't functioning so well, albumin synthesis would be the first thing to be economised on.

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