Hepatitis

Hepatitis is an inflammatory disease that affects the liver. Hepatitis can be caused when the cells that constitute the liver are bombarded by hydrogen ions that are acidic as a result of poor dietary practice i.e. (medications, drugs, toxins, and alcohol). Hydrogen ions are diatomic, which means that they travel in pairs which is how water is formed, H2O (two hydrogen ions, and one oxygen ion). The liver cells that are being inundated with acids (H2) have to breathe oxygen (O) to stay healthy and alive. While your cells are trying to breathe oxygen on a cellular level, this will result in the body creating stagnant fluids sub-atomically. This stagnant fluid is what they call inflammation and is what leads to most inflammatory ailments, so in other words, the liver is creating water/stagnant fluids within itself.

Hepatitis is an inflammatory disease that affects the liver. Hepatitis can be caused when the cells that constitute the liver are bombarded by hydrogen ions that are acidic as a result of poor dietary practice i.e. (medications, drugs, toxins, and alcohol). Hydrogen ions are diatomic, which means that they travel in pairs which is how water is formed, H2O (two hydrogen ions, and one oxygen ion). The liver cells that are being inundated with acids (H2) have to breathe oxygen (O) to stay healthy and alive. While your cells are trying to breathe oxygen on a cellular level, this will result in the body creating stagnant fluids sub-atomically. This stagnant fluid is what they call inflammation and is what leads to most inflammatory ailments, so in other words, the liver is creating water/stagnant fluids within itself.

There are five types of hepatitis:

  • Hepatitis A – This a virus that is transmitted through the consumption of contaminated food/water or through direct contact with an infected person.
  • Hepatitis B – This is a serious liver infection that increases the risk of developing liver failure, liver cancer or cirrhosis.
  • Hepatitis C – This is a disease that causes infection and/or inflammation of the liver.
  • Hepatitis D – This is a liver infection that worsens your liver by co-operating with the hepatitis B virus.
  • Hepatitis E – This is a liver disease and is transmitted by the fecal-oral route and by contaminated water.

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