Gall Bladder Cleanse

Today is the first Wednesday of the month, which means I will be talking about fats. The organ predominantly responsible for breaking down fats is the gall bladder. The liver makes bile and the gall bladder stores the bile. Every time you eat a meal that contains some fat, the gall bladder releases adequate bile to digest it. If you’ve had your gall bladder removed, the liver continues to make bile but because there is no place to store it up, the ability to digest a very fatty meal is significantly impaired.

The Spring is the best time to start detoxifying and cleansing the body. Perhaps it’s where the idea of “spring cleaning” your home came from. Over the weekend I opted to do a gall bladder flush as part of my Spring cleansing. It was successful and I eliminated over 100 stones. I highly recommend this for anyone who is having difficulty with constipation, allergies, compromised digestion, pain under the right ribs, even chronic shoulder or upper back pain; these may all be related to gallstones. I had a close friend in the 90’s who shared that her husband was scheduled for surgery to remove his gall bladder because of pain caused by gallstones. He did a flush and never had the pain or need for surgery again. I’ve even had a woman without a gall bladder get hundreds of stones with the flush. There are many gall bladder cleanses available in natural health books and online.

May 02 2012 08:42 am | Healthy Tip Of The Week

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