cytochrome p450 inhbitors and chirrosis 
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 cytochrome p450 inhbitors and chirrosis

liver cirrhosis is caused by excessive cp450 breakdown...
acetaldehyde... etc.
({*filter*} increases CYP2E1)

anyway, i think in this month's medical hypotheses there is an article
suggesting that you consume more broccoli sporuts to prevent cp450
breakdown and therebye prevent chirrosis/liver damage...

doesn't mention naringenin but i assume it'd have the same effect...
i wonder what the effect is on {*filter*} dehydrogenase, or if {*filter*}
stays in the system longer if you consume naringenin with it..

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