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    Eurocel 3-Herb Combo for Hepatitis C: Lloyd Wright, Author of Hepatitis C: Guide for Health, on Eurocel Herb Combo Helping Hepatitis C Patients

    E.B. GO Vision Media

    by E.B. GO Vision Media

    Lloyd Wright, author of the just released Hepatitis C: A Do-It Yourself Guide for Health, discusses the product Eurocel that is manufactured by Allergy Research Group and contains three herbs in exact combination that kill viruses. He sells this and other products from Allergy Research and Lloyd Wright says they spent 70 million dollars getting the ingredients just so and that is why it is expensive, but you can't deny that is very good at killing viruses.

    Eurocel is a complex of Korean and Chinese herbs that have been used for centuries to support the liver and clear infections and inflammation from the body. Eurocel was used in a two year study on Hepatitis C involving ten patients diagnosed positive for antibodies to Hepatitic C virus (HCV) showing elevated levels of GPT (glutamic pyruvate transaminase) for between three and twenty years. Initial quantitative levels of HCV-RNA ranged from one hundred million to one billion copies per 1 mL serum in patients.

    Eurocel was taken as a dietary supplement at a dosage of two 500 mg capsules two times daily, between meals. Patients were monitored bimonthly for ALT (GPT) level and virological evaluation of HCV, for the measurement of HCV-RNA. RT-PCR (reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction) was used in patients serum. All patients showed good response and their HCV-RNA levels gradually lowered from one billion or one hundred million to one thousand copies/mL serum during the study. Eurocel was found to be non-toxic even at levels well beyond the therapeutic dosage necessary for humans. No side effects or drug or nutrient interactions were found. However, it is strongly suggested that individuals taking Eurocel do not consume alcohol, as progress may be adversely affected.

    Wright knows about the rigors of life with Hepatitis C, and he knows all about wandering in the dark when doctors have no answers. Wright describes the new book, which follows his international best seller Triumph Over Hepatitis C, as "having all the primary information that everyone infected with Hepatitis C must know about. The 200-million people worldwide, about 5 million of them American, can benefit tremendously from Lloyds personal experience with over 200.000 clients who have hep c, most of them having used interferon and had it fail.

    Lloyd Wright's Hepatitis C book builds on the years of work already undertaken and brings valuable new information about ways to combat the destructive virus, Hepatitis C. Hepatitis C: A Do-It Yourself Guide for Health begins by chronicling Wright's own personal horror story after a 1979 accident brought Hepatitis into his life through a hospital blood transfusion. Following 15 years of pain, suffering and uncertainty he was accidently diagnosed and basically told to get his affairs in order. He refused to accept the fate prescribed to him by doctors and battled against the odds, and he prevailed. To those facing Hep C, Lloyd Wright offers these words of wisdom: "You can, and must, take responsibility for your health. If you are suffering from hepatitis C, you can reclaim your health, get out of bed, get off the couch, forget about disability, and go back to work."

    A Time of Enlightenment (see Table of Contents below), Wright gives the exact supplement regimen followed in what he calls "my own recovery from Hepatitis C." The supplements, vitamins and herbs taken were "a treatment strategy" that he lays out in Hepatitis C: A Do-It Yourself Guide for Health. A few of the items used were NatCell Thymus, Non-Pasteurized Aloe and Blueberry leaf extract.

    One of the new items, Naringenin currently offered by Wright is described in the book as a "powerful flavonoid" found in grapefruit that "shows promise in helping to combat hepatitis C. Naringenin is currently being used for a Phase 1 trial at UCLA. The hepatitis C virus is bound to a very low intensity lipo-protein (one of the so-called "bad" cholesterols), when it is secreted from liver cells, according to a February 4, 2007, article published in Science Daily. Researchers at the Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Engineering in Medicine reported that the viral secretion required to pass infection to other cells can be blocked by the common flavonoid Naringenin."

    Lloyd Wright in Chapter Two, Hepatitis and Interferon, describes the nature of Hepatitis and the various forms in which it exists, meaning Hepatitis A, B and C, before offering this warning at the end of the section: "If you have Hepatitis C, your medical doctor will prescribe interferon. Before you proceed, read this book."

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