Gilbert’s Syndrome: What Helps And What To Avoid

Gilbert's SyndromeWhat is Gilbert's Syndrome?

Gilbert's syndrome is also referred to as Gilbert’s disease. It is a mild liver disorder in which the liver is unable to process bilirubin completely. Research has shown that Gilbert's syndrome is caused by inherited gene mutation which may go undetected for years. Gilbert's syndrome is actually a pretty common health condition now days and in most of the cases does not cause any serious health problems. However, some people do experience continuous abdominal pain. In this post we will throw some light upon what to eat, what not to eat and few herbal home cures as well. Please do keep your doctor informed about the herbs you are taking as he knows your condition best.

What things make Gilbert's Syndrome worse?

1. Alcohol: people suffering from Gilbert's syndrome have varying degree of alcohol tolerance. Alcohol causes stress on your liver. The best way is to be conscious about how your body is responding to your alcohol consumption and stop at any sign of discomfort. Or avoid alcohol altogether.

2. Fatty Foods: indigestion may be common with people who suffer from Gilbert's syndrome. Fatty foods again put lot of stress on the entire digestion process as well as the liver.

3. Sugar: sugar or refined carbs confuse the energy levels of the body. If you are tired then sugar does not help in balancing the energy levels of the body. Sugar also reduces the ability of the liver to detoxify.

4. Other things to avoid: it is recommended that you avoid having the following foods as well… fluoride, vanilla, menthol as well as peppermint.

5. Artificial sweeteners: they have been known to cause brain fog kind of experience. Not good for liver.

What You Need If You Have Gilbert's Syndrome:

1. Proteins: Many people suffering from Gilbert's syndrome has got relief after increasing the dietary protein intake. Oily fish is recommended as it is helpful in improving the removal of fat-soluble bilirubin.

2. Foods such as walnuts, avacodes, cauliflower, eggs, broccoli, blueberries, cabbage contain a mix of natural sulphur compounds as well as contain glutathione. Glutathione is a potent antioxidant and protects the liver. All the above foods help in breaking down the toxins in the body which is good for those who have Gilbert's syndrome.

3. Turmeric helps in increasing glutathione as well as Glucuronyl transferase (a liver enzyme) which improves the detoxification.

4. Milk Thistle: Milk thistle may greatly benefit your liver as well as help avoid liver problems. It has been used for many years as a herbal cure for liver problems as well as depression. It is usually available as a supplement in most of thehealth food stores, standardized for its silymarin content.

5. Beetroot as well as carrots helps in detoxification process.

6. Dandelion herbal tea helps in improving the functions of the liver.

7. Royal Jelly: Royal jelly is a substance which is derived from bees. People suffering from Gilbert's syndrome have found royal jelly helpful in improving the energy levels.

Bhumiamalaki Powder for Liver and Kidney

bhumiamlaki

Benefits:
  • Balances the pitta dosha and thus protects the liver and spleen by healing inflammation.
  • Treats gall bladder stones, hepatomegaly, spleenomegaly and hepatitis.
  • Improves taste and treats anorexia.
  • First-rate remedy for anemia, bleeding disorders, neuropathy, excessive thirst, urinary disorders, asthma, chronic respiratory disorders, UTI and diabetes.
  • Has antispasmodic, appetite promoting, anti hepatotoxic and laxative properties.

Dosage:3 to 6 gms with warm water, once or twice a day

Everyday life:

1. Exercise: exercising is good for health. Thirty minutes of exercise daily will improve your overall health, including your ability to deal with Gilbert's syndrome. Do not exert yourself on the first day itself. Start with mild exercises and gently build your stamina.

2. Sleep: lack of proper sleep causes stress on the functions of the liver as well as may worsen Gilbert's syndrome. Have at least eight hours of sleep every day. Take a short nap, if possible, in the afternoon.

3. Avoid stress

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  • January 10, 2018 at 10:06 pm
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    Thanks for this post! I’m a 48 year old male and have been living with GS for about 14 years. it’s really no fun. On occasion i do have some yellowing of the eyes and fatigue but it’s been a lot better using natural remedies. I won’t take Rx stuff because the liver has to work that much harder. I mainly use some supplements that I found on gsliverhealth.com and they have been working really well for me. I mainly also stay very hydrated, and try to make sure I get enough sleep. It’s a bit of a lifestyle change, but the supplements have really helped. I also made a choice not to drink alcohol! I think that helped too.

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