If AST and ALT are elevated out of the normal range, at the very least, go off the juice for a while. It would be smart at this point to get another blood test with GGT included to confirm whether or not the liver is truly under damage. Remember, the most accurate way to know if your liver is damaged/stressed, is to look at the AST/ALT numbers and also the GGT. If all of them are high, you better take a break until they are under control. At the very least, you will want the GGT to be in normal range before going back on the sauce. Remember, GGT is the most accurate predictor of liver stress when accomodated by elevated AST or ALT (either one or both enzymes).
Primary aldosteronism is characterized by high blood pressure, caused by increased retention of salt and water by the kidneys, and low serum potassium concentrations (hypokalemia), caused by excess excretion of potassium in the urine. The symptoms and signs of aldosterone excess include not only hypertension but also muscle weakness and cramps and increased thirst and urination. Primary aldosteronism is usually caused by a benign adrenal tumour (adenoma), but some patients have hyperplasia of both adrenal glands. Successful removal of the adrenal tumour usually results in reduction in blood pressure and cessation of potassium loss; patients with bilateral adrenal hyperplasia are treated with antihypertensive drugs.