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Author Topic: Hepatitis and New Year Resolutions  (Read 8683 times)

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Hepatitis and New Year Resolutions
« on: January 04, 2017, 02:26:04 pm »
Sharing the latest blog post from moderator Lucinda Porter (lporterrn)...

The healthier you are, the easier it is to live with chronic illness such as hepatitis C or other liver disease. We all know that we are supposed to exercise, eat better, and maintain a normal weight, but doing these things are easier said than done. From Thanksgiving through New Year’s Day, things can get out of control, and before you know it, you are feeling lousy. This is when many of us say, “I’ll get back on track January 1st. No, wait, let’s make that the 2nd. But I have plans for Martin Luther King weekend, so I’ll get back on track after that. Better make that after Valentine’s Day…”

In the meantime, your liver is not happy. The liver doesn’t like the extra demand that sugar, fat, and junk food place on it. Hepatitis C is replicating a trillion times a day, and your liver is working on overtime already, so those holiday treats are now holiday threats.



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