supplement on the market you would recommend to help? Thank you.
I have a friend who has high liver enzymes, although it is not from drinking. He eats a lot of foods that are supposed to be good for the liver, i.e., beets. Do a search on google to find out what foods might be good for you to eat - hopefully something you like. Good luck, and let us know how you are. StarGlitter
There is only one proven natural liver tonic that has actual empirical evidence to show it's effectiveness and that is milk thistle (from your pharmacy health section; around about $10 US). All those other liver tonics / cleansers have quite a high metabolic load and can damage a stressed liver (with maybe one exception mentioned below).
There is also anecdotal evidence that Sarsparilla root can be beneficial without causing harm. You can get that on ebay for about $8 US.
Firstly you need to see a doctor for a blood test to see what you liver is doing now: liver function, electrolytes and maybe INR as a damaged liver can cause increased blood clotting times.
I sincerely hope your liver is still relatively healthy, I gave up drinking too late. Steve
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