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1/8/2015 10:54:06 AM - Jake E.
For those of us that may be a bit harder on our liver due to the use of certain "supplements", what are your recommended liver health supplements or practices?

Are you familiar with NAC or TUDCA? If so, what is your opinion of these two substances?

I'm only really familiar with NAC. I'm not completely sold on it, but if I were to choose something to take, I'd probably take that.

Honestly though...I don't worry too much about liver problems...and here's why.

You SHOULD track your liver enzymes, but in my experience, the TRAINING will cause more elevation in liver enzymes than any of the supplements we may or may not take will.

As far as health is concerned in regards to feeling is that BLOOD PRESSURE is what everyone needs to be concerned about.

Blood pressure is what leads to the CHF issues people have.
Blood pressure is what leads to kidney damage.
Blood pressure is what leads to low EF, increased risk for heart attacks and strokes, and nearly every other "statistically significant" health issue that supplementing trainers have.

With that being said, I will look into TUDCA and let you know what I think.

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