About Us

sarah-gregThanks for visiting our site! We’re Sarah and Greg, a couple of middle-aged grandparents trying to stay healthy. Greg was diagnosed with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease after feeling constant fatigue, loss of appetite and sometimes a dull pain just below his ribs. He was lucky, because often there are often no symptoms.

After this health scare, we both got our lives back together by following a special diet, cutting out soft drinks (we both only drink soda water mixed with juice now – perfect spritzers!), and taking herbal supplements.

If you feel these (often) vague symptoms, ask your doctor to check your liver. I created this site to help others gain back their health and lead healthy lives once again. Don’t neglect your liver! I myself never knew all the functions it serves in the body (hint: it doesn’t just filter out toxins and alcohol!)


Sarah & Greg

  • tandra says:

    I m 40 yrs old female.I was diagonised with fatty liver.Often I feel weak drowsiness heavy bitter water comes out after any meal checked with Doctor if I tk medicine den it is ok otherwise it became worse.wat to do? There is a light pain in d stomach below d right rib n back 2 d right shoulder.

    • Greg says:

      What medicine was working and what is your doctor’s input? There could be an issue with your gallbladder as well, in which doing some sort of cleanse or “flush” may be beneficial. Of course, you should always be eating fresh, healthy foods to keep things running smoothly. I will be releasing a guide on how to cleanse your body of toxins very soon, so keep a look out for that.

      All the best,

  • Bill says:

    My DM is under control. My A1C is about 5.9%-6.0%. It’s never above 6.3%. I drink diet pop constantly. I have diffuse fatty liver. I will have to stop that. IDK if that Pop has caused this or not. Dandelion can detox the liver I know. Is Dandelion ok and B vitamins of some kind?

  • hemanta kr sarma says:

    Is star fruit is benificial for fatty liver??is star fruit may cut down the fat in the liver??

    • Greg says:

      Any non-starchy fruit when eaten in a controlled fashion (make sure to watch your glucose rise if your doctor is having you monitor that – yes, it’s fructose, but it will read on your meter) should be fine. Starchier/higher carb fruits: monitor.

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