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... ow up, and many people have high tryglycerides and blood sugars. I think IBS is also part of it because your liver is not working right. So you eat a little fat, bile is needed to digest the fat, the liver is slow to respond with bile and the fat goes right through you. ... (28 replies)
... Squeeze the juice from one lemon and drink it down. I agree with oldman21. This really does work. Your gall bladder may be full of sludgy bile. Lemon juice is a known bile thinner. It can loosen things up and allow your gall bladder to clean itself out. ... (9 replies)
... Gallstones are not stones like kidney stones. That is calcium and can be shattered, my mom has had that done. Gallstones are made up up cholesterol and bile; they squish like a green pea and they pass through a bowel movement and that is not painful at all. I have done the flush about 15 times. Also, passing the 'chaff' or floating stuff is as important as passing the... (10 replies)

... Grapefruit Juice is an easier sub for the lemon juice but either is good...cider vinegar is also and ANY oil can be subbed for the olive oil. I used canola last time! ... (10 replies)
... t I did not have money for surgery and used a "functional medecine" doctor to determine that I had low stomach acid. This caused my gallbladder to produce excess bile after the consumption of fat. Once it ran out, it kept sqeezing and became inflamed. ... (9 replies)
... Fats and oils make it worse. It causes your gall bladder to spasm to release bile to digest it. However, there is a stone in the way and your gall bladder squeezes around it and hurts. Whatever you do though, DON'T STOP EATING FATS. ... (10 replies)
... I did some limited studying on gallstones a month ago, and from what little I know there is a relation bet. them and constipation. That is because bile is stored in the gallbladder, and if it gets stuck and cannot get into the large intestine, the colon does not get properly lubricated. ... (3 replies)




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