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Author Topic: Will doing a liver cleanse affect my meds etc  (Read 1159 times)

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Offline dallas nk

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Will doing a liver cleanse affect my meds etc
« on: November 25, 2017, 12:50:11 am »
Iím wanting to do a 10 day smoothie cleanse where Iím to eat two smoothies a day to replace meals (to lose weight and cleanse) and also take Mag07 a magnesium based colon cleanse and also possibly milk thistle etc to cleanse my liver. Iím currenlh taking triumeq. Has anyone successfully did these cleanses? Did they work? What were the effects?
09/2016-diagnosed
10/2016- cd4 41 VL 35000
11/2016- cd4 29 VL?
12/2016-started treatment (Triumeq) this late because found out didn't qualify for research study
1/24/2017- cd4 233 cd%15 VL<40
4/27/2017 cd4 206 cd%18 VL <40
07/24/2017 cd4 227 cd%20.6 VL <40
10/24/2017 cd 173 VL 70

Offline terrymoore

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Re: Will doing a liver cleanse affect my meds etc
« Reply #1 on: January 21, 2018, 08:45:16 pm »
Hi,
I have also wanted to "detox" for a while now, however since i must have a meal with my meds, i have avoided. The main reason is to lose wait quickly. Even though i want to do this, i do NOT live in the illusion that i am actually "detoxing" anything - IMHO there is no such thing!
"Cleanses", "detoxes" and the such are marketing spins. You cannot "cleanse" your liver - your liver cleanses itself! You can help by eating properly and by avoiding bad foods, alcohol etc that damage the liver.
The same goes for "detox" - your liver actually "detoxes" your body - it is the blood filter.
All the rest is detoxed and cleansed though your digestive system and then down the toilet.
All these programs basically encourage us to starve ourselves which leads to loss of weight and, after initial headaches, a sense of lightness and better feeling. The benefits of fasting have been studied for years. Regardless of what you do and why you do it, i highly recommend you to check with your HIV doctor, because some of the things that you are planning on taking may have bad interactions with your meds depending on which meds you take (e.g. the milk thistle http://i-base.info/htb/6874 ). Interested in your results if you in fact DO decide to "clean up".
good luck!

 


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