We recommend you eliminate grains, sugar, processed food and takeout meals from your diet.
There is an excellent eating plan in Dr Cabot’s book ‘Fatty Liver: You Can Reverse It’.
We recommend you take
Livatone Plus 2 caps twice daily to improve liver function.
N-Acetyl Cysteine (NAC) 2 caps twice daily at least 2 hours away from food, if any upset occurs please take with meals. NAC is the precursor to glutathione; the body’s most potent antioxidant. This supplement works well with Livatone Plus to get the liver better faster.
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The liver receives a dual blood supply from the hepatic portal vein and hepatic arteries . The hepatic portal vein delivers approximately 75% of the liver's blood supply, and carries venous blood drained from the spleen , gastrointestinal tract , and its associated organs. The hepatic arteries supply arterial blood to the liver, accounting for the remaining quarter of its blood flow . Oxygen is provided from both sources; approximately half of the liver's oxygen demand is met by the hepatic portal vein, and half is met by the hepatic arteries. 
Unfortunately, once a patient has sustained damage to the liver, that damage is not reversible. However, by utilizing behavioral changes and an overall management system, chronic liver disease can be controlled and the damage to the liver can be delayed or even stopped in some cases. The most important step for a patient is to stop consuming alcohol. Also, being aware of diet requirements and avoiding overly fatty or hard to digest foods can help. Vitamins can be taken as well, increasing the levels of essential nutrients within a patient’s body. Regular visits to a local physician should be done to develop a plan to combat the disease and to monitor progress. In some cases, chronic liver damage can be treated by having a liver transplant. Chronic liver disease causes can be manageable sources or potentially fatal, but a doctor should always be consulted to decide upon the best course of action for those patients who have contracted a condition that may be the cause of liver problems.