Monday, March 14, 2016

Should I Date With Liver Disease?

Mar. 14, 2016

Dear Cathy:

I have been diagnosed with liver disease. At this point I have very few friends and my skin looks jaundiced. So should I still try to date? Sick and Dating, Ohio

Dear Sick and Dating:

At this point the only thing that should be on your mind is your illness and what you can do to strengthen your body. There will be plenty of time to date once you take a hold of your health but for now you need to look at what is happening to your body.

The liver is one of the most important organs in your body. It’s the largest detoxification organ in your body. What’s unfortunate is that most people livers are only operating at 30% so eventually many people will be diagnosed with liver disease and other health issues. 

If people don’t do what they can to strengthen their liver, then they won’t have a fighting chance because organ failure is the number one reason that people don’t make it today.

Despite what a doctor might tell you, the body has the enormous ability to heal itself so I would seek out holistic and natural communities, which are located in every city and work with these healers and experts to get your health back on track.

Remember that your foods are your medicine so don't allow Western Doctors to put you on medications, which will do nothing but cause your body to deteriorate even faster.

Once you start eating healing foods, especially foods that supports your liver and other organs and foods for your blood type, you will have a fighting chance.

The people that you are trying to meet while dating will not understand your predicament so why try to explain it to them. Why put your energy there when all your energy should be used to focus on getting well again and living a long, vibrant life. 

Once you figure out what you need to do to move forward and take control of your own health, there will be plenty of time for dating. Meanwhile read my book “How To Take Control of Your Own Life: A Self-Help Guide To Becoming Healthier Over the Next 30 Days” – available as an e-book and paperback.

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