My 8-hour fasting blood Sugar
was 71 when it was tested, which is borderline hypoglycemic, right? You're hypoglycemic below 70, according to the info I have. I'm not the expert hypoglycemic you're looking for, probably, but I'll give you my opinions...
I dropped the high carbs from my diet and, like you, now get the majority of my calories from fat, mainly nuts and sunflower seeds. I am still clearing out my Gallstones
with liver flushes, and I still have some mild pain in the liver/pancreas area sometimes, but I am not particularly concerned about my high-fat diet.
Why does everything you read say you should avoid fat while you take care of your liver? I can think of a plausible hypothesis... Maybe they think that because bile is needed to digest fat, you are resting your liver by avoiding fat, allowing it to heal. But, your liver is always working hard, filtering all your blood and everything you eat, and making bile anyway (the overflow trickles into your intestines constantly), so how much can this "resting" help, really? On the other hand, eating fat, causing stronger bursts of bile flow, might help remove those toxins that the liver is trying to expel by that route. (I read somewhere that the liver-healing function of dandelion root, by the way, is that it stimulates bile flow.)
When you say your liver is worse on your high-fat diet, in what way is it worse? Could it be that you are experiencing the throes of a healing event, when "it's darkest just before the dawn?" Maybe you are eating the right diet and your liver has the energy now to expel the toxins and rebuild itself, which is making you feel bad (from toxins in your bloodstream), or raising your liver enzyme count, or whatever.
I don't know the Body Ecology Diet, but if it makes your blood Sugar
rise and fall too much, that would be much worse for your liver than eating good fats, I believe. Throwing off levels of hormones like insulin messes up the liver's processing of Sugar
into fat, causing abnormal fatty deposits in the liver. I think you should stick with the diet that made your blood sugar normal, because that is so important. And also do what it takes to help your liver clean itself out, now that it has the energy and is trying to do it.
I'm sure I speak for the majority here if I recommend Liver Flushing
to knock out those toxins.