At 7T 31P spectroscopy becomes possible on clinically relevant scales. Here we tackle the greatest challenge in multi-parametric imaging at high-field – creating localizers and radiological-grade images in the body in the absence of a bore body coil. By using antennas rather than loop coils, we image the full extent of the liver (n=10). Combining antennas with parallel transmit, allows radiological-grade images. Although technically feasible, it is not yet possible to obtain multi-nuclear spectra and parallel transmit images within the same scan session. We combine the methods by rebooting the scanner mid-exam, and demonstrate the method can be used for imaging patients.