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Something interesting that I read about jaundice:
"...All of these toxic effects of bilirubin are reversed by binding to albumin. In fact, albumin plays a vital role in the disposition of bilirubin in the body by keeping the compound in solution and transporting it from its sites of production (primarily bone marrow and spleen) to its site of excretion which is the liver."
Albumin levels in GS patients are normal, but I'm wondering if there is no symptom improvement by supplementing it, or any similar protein. I read that whey may help or screw the liver so that's a pass to me, but would like to read some insight on people who supplement proteins.
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