There seem to be two ends of the Peat spectrum, One is, your liver, gut and other organs are basically healthy and you may feel better with a little tweaking of hormones such as thyroid, pregnenolone, progesterone, DHEA or testosterone.
The other is, your liver, gut or other organs are damaged and you need to regenerate your tissue before you can feel better.
There are often no symptoms of organ damage. Some people experience fatigue or vague abdominal discomfort. If the liver has become inflamed, there may be other symptoms, such as poor appetite, weight loss or weight gain, and feeling extremely weak, sick, or tired.
To check your liver, you might want to get an MRI or a blood test for liver enzymes, especially triglycerides and GGT.
In theory, the liver and other tissue can be regenerated with fructose and a very low fat diet, aspirin and coffee, urea, magnesium bicarbonate , sodium chloride, thiamine, niacinamide and the other B vitamins, and Vitamins A and K2-MK4, combined with plenty of high altitude exercise and daylight (or emulation of that).
In theory, the gut can be regenerated with tetracyclines and activated charcoal, cascara/emodin, raw carrot and coconut oil, and by eliminating antigens from your diet.
Please PM me if you'd like to talk about experimenting to find your own unique Peatarian diet.