What if you don't have a Gall bladder anymore?
Welcome to the 600000 people a year who had their gallbladder removed, the most effective ‘solution’ offered by conventional medicine.
According to alternative physicians, however, most of those surgeries, possibly up to 85% are unnecessary.
We know that people could achieve healthy results with alternative remedies, specifically with a gallbladder flush. Also 15% of people with large gallstones can do the flush after taking herbs that help to break down those stones.
Even so this information comes too late for those who have had the operation it is vital that this news spreads as fast as possible to avoid further unnecessary suffering. Buy a Liver & Gallbladder detox pack
Many times gallstones are silent – that is, you have them, but they are not causing symptoms and they aren’t a problem. Gallbladder attacks are a different story.
Gallbladder pain usually shows as even pain under your ribs, on the right side, in your upper abdomen. It can increase rapidly and anything between half an hour or a day.
If you have gallstone attacks you could also experience pain under the right shoulder or between the shoulder blades and there may be vomiting or nausea.
An ultrasound will be used to diagnose the stones.
If you have sweating, chills, a low-grade fever, nausea and vomiting, clay-coloured stools or jaundice, it can be a sign that a gallbladder duct is blocked and you should immediately see your doctor.
is a small organ on the right side of your body under the ribcage that stores bile. The liver produces Bile to digest fats.
Bile can become concentrated and form hard, crystal-like stones. gallstones are made of 80% cholesterol and 20% calcium salts and the pigment bilirubin.
The gall stones can come in all shapes and sizes. You can have thousands of them, because they are produced in the liver and travel to the gall bladder. Hence even if your gall bladder is removed your body still produces cholesterol and producing stones. You are just not feeling the pain because your liver does not have nerves.
The gallstones can inflame and irritate the gall bladder ducts, the tube that connects the gall bladder and the small intestine, causing the intense pain of a gallstone attack.
Once your gallbladder is removed you basically are looking at a total lifestyle change if you want to enjoy life to its fullest.
It is a good idea to reduce sugar as well as fat in your diet. Bile will be less concentrated and help reduce the formation of stones. Too much sugar can inflame the gallbladder ducts. Reduce meat and dairy if you can.
In general the fresher, organic greens you can eat the better for your system.
Increase your intake of good oils in the right ratio like olive oil and fish oils. These high quality oils help improve the solubility of bile, stopping the growth of stones.
A high fiber diet is essential. Vegetables, grains, nuts and seeds, fruits and beans help to remove excess cholesterol from the body. If you have problem getting enough fiber in your diet, supplement with AIM Herbal Fiberblend.
To prevent the Bile from becoming to concentrated make sure that you drink at least 1 liters of water per 30kg of weight. Also add green juices and beetroot and carrot juice.
Taking 600mg of milk thistle extract daily, can stimulate the liver and help reduce cholesterol levels in the bile. Other Chinese bitter can help stimulate bile flow. Or you can purchase a Liverplex liver tonic.
You can take digestive enzymes to help with the digestion of fats. Probioitcs are also helpful to keep your digestive system in balance.
Do Coffee enemas on a regular basis to help detox your liver and keep it functioning at optimum levels and do more Gallbladder flushes!
You might think because you don't have a Gallbladder anymore you do not need to do any Gallbladder flush. Think again. Bile is still produced and stones can still form. they just can't travel into your Gallbladder anymore and get stuck there! So there is only one place for them to be: the liver.
Do more liver and Gallbladder flushes and get rid of as many stones as possible. Without a gallbladder it might be more difficult to get the oil down and you might experience more nausea than if you still have your gallbladder. Believe me, it’s worth it.
Try to do it at least once a year. If you can, repeat the process a few times once every 2 weeks or once a month. The more often you do it the better you will feel eventually.
I know hundreds of people who have done the liver flush many times, all with good results and improved liver function afterwards.