Autoimmune liver disease
Autoimmune liver diseases, such as primary biliary cirrhosis, autoimmune hepatitis, and primary sclerosing cholangitis, were found to be modulated by active helminth infections in a case-controlled study involving 4,117 patients admitted to hospitals in Okinawa, Japan, between 1988 and 2006.
The authors hypothesized that immunomodulation by helminths may lower the incidence of autoimmune liver disease.
- 2007 May An inverse relationship between autoimmune liver diseases and Strongyloides stercoralis infection | Full text
- This thread in the Helminthic Therapy Support group.
- How a high fat ketogenic diet saved my life from primary sclerosing cholangitis.
NA can lower high liver enzymes
It’s also possible for NA to raise liver enzymes
Raised liver enzymes are most likely to be seen in the early stages of helminth colonisation.
Liver enzymes can test high for a variety of reasons
Liver enzymes can be raised by infections such as Epstein–Barr virus (EBV) and by other viruses,  and can also become elevated as a result of taking an immunosuppressant or certain supplements, or working out.