An AC/DC 32-channel coil, which can detect signal while simultaneously alter the B0-field, was used to improve lipid inversion and the spectral linewidth for measuring 2HG. Two patients and two volunteers were measured with a spiral-based 3D sequence once with the standard scanner shim only, and once with the additional shimming of the integrated B0/Rx coil. Data quality was strongly improved, leading to improved 2HG-detection in one patient, and a decreased variability of 2HG in tumor-void areas. This can reduce the likelihood of false-positive 2HG detection. Quantification of other metabolites was additionally improved by the AC/DC shim.