Can you take vitamins with liver disease?
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Moreover, can you take vitamins with cirrhosis?
I also recommend that patients with cirrhosis take a multivitamin, and in some patients, supplementation is recommended for select micronutrients such as zinc. Vitamin A is an example. Many patients with more advanced liver disease, especially those with cholestatic liver disease, can develop vitamin A deficiency.
Similarly, what vitamins are good for liver and kidneys? Milk thistle, vitamin C & B12, alpha-lipoic acid, coenzyme Q10, curcumin and dandelion extract, and tea are a few of the key supplements to help provide your liver and kidneys with the nutrients they require for healthy function.
Similarly one may ask, what supplements are bad for the liver?
In fact, some common herbs could cause toxic liver disease. Watch out for supplements that contain aloe vera, black cohosh, cascara, chaparral, comfrey, ephedra, or kava. Chemicals and solvents. Some workplace chemicals can harm your liver.
Is vitamin C safe for the liver?
Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) is a water soluble vitamin found in citrus fruits and green vegetables and deficiency of which is the cause of scurvy. There is no evidence that vitamin C, in physiologic or in moderately high doses, causes acute liver injury or jaundice.