E. Leising, Fatty Liver, Geneva discussed on Dr. Asa On Call
You were mentioning before about almonds, which I'm eating sure you mentioned their bid for viral. Yeah. They're really high in arginine. And so the L arginine it can be a little bit tricky. But you know, you just there's so many other nuts out there hazelnuts. Walnuts. Cashews? They're not they're not high in arginine say just make a switch. Okay. So get away from the. Almonds and walnuts. Yeah. Walnuts. Are great. They're not going to be as high in Geneva. I mean, you got a bigger fish to fry with hep C the foods themselves. Remember, very very slight on how it can affect things like viral infections. It's all about now. You know, getting the immune system settled down. Get the virus to go dormant as much as possible. Are you taking any medication in treatment? No, I was going to go on. Oh interferon. The doctor said I balanced myself out pretty well. So they called that off now on doing. Well, I take a lot of vitamin I take vitamin c. This garlic. Those are all good. But no medication. Good. Well, and just keep in mind that, you know, just like we talked about L Argentine being an amino acids found in foods that can stimulate viral activity. L wising is the opposite. So L Y S I E. Leising will actually come in and can help. I mean, he's a pretty big animal, but L wising he come in and help create kind of calm things down chill things out and help it to go a little bit more on the dorm side. So that might be something you want to look into as well, but your foods, of course, are going to be important. I would look at vitamin d levels. Make sure your numbers of between seventy and ninety on a blood test. It's kind of like one of those things like even you can feel the effects of fatty liver and all is don't let it get you down keep pushing through try to keep your normal routine daily routine. And that does a lot just for your mindset. But it also does a lot in dealing with any kind of health challenges, especially like NFC, triple eight two eight three seventy two seventy two lines are open questions about your health..