Hi, Gymbug, and welcome to the forum. I am sorry you have been diagnosed with liver disease. Have you seen a hepatologist (liver specialist?) As Sue stated, it is very important that you see the right type of doctor and get a definitive diagnosis. Ask exactly what kind of liver disease you have and what the treatments are for it. Ask if you should pursue a liver transplant. These are things you need to know. There are some types of hepatitis (means "liver inflammation") that are not viral, such as autoimmune hepatitis and hepatitis caused by certain drugs. We can't really offer you any information until you know exactly what type of hepatitis you have. Until you find out, though, there are certain things you can do. If you are not retaining fluid, try drinking lots of good water. Don't drink alcohol--at all. Refrain from eating beef. Eat lots of fresh fruits and veggies. Be sure to let your doctor know all medications you are taking, including over-the-counter and herbal meds.
We are here to support you and give you whatever information we can, but first we must know what you are dealing with.