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Testimony – What I Did To Treat My Gallstones

What I Did To Treat My Gallstones I’ve been wondering what to write about. Before I wrote about lowfat recipes because I was trying to keep my fat intake really low. Then my gallstones went away and I had nothing to write about. But then I realized that there is so much misinformation about gallstone […]

Dr’s opinion – Gallstone Treatment carried out in a manner that is fraudulent and dishonest ?

Gallstone Treatment January 02, 2008 | 78,695 views Kurt Pourbaix writes:  I have looked through your website and have found a couple of interesting articles on gallstones. I see that sugar, fats, and grains aggravate gallstones.  If a person has gallstones, the symptoms can be reduced by exercise, and by taking taurine and whole beet concentrate. My wife […]

I’ve had My Gallbladder Removed – Benefit from it I Do Now?

The gallbladder is a very common small, pear-shaped sac of this underside of the body, on the right side of this abdomen that holds approximately one half cup of yellowish-green product called bile. The liver produces liquid bile this is then moves it inside a gallbladder where it becomes 4-12 fold concentrated than it was […]

TRUTH – How to get rid of gallstones without surgery

TRUTH – dissolving stones works but DR’s won’t go the extra mile and diagnose root cause issues to prevent recurrence. Why – Fraud -$$$$$ One of the first patients I saw as a medical student was a nice lady, who presented to the university hospital outpatient clinic with colicky, cramping abdominal pain. She described the […]

THE GALLBLADDER: AN ESSENTIAL ORGAN INFLUENCED BY HORMONES

  I was told I did not need my gallbladder – that it was a nonessential organ. Hearing that from a surgeon convinced me to have it removed to rid me of abdominal discomfort and nausea. An ultrasound showed some gallstones, but no other reason for removing the organ was presented to me. I was […]

What Causes Gallbladder Pain?

According to the American Medical Association, approximately 20 percent of people over the age of 40 suffer from some sort of gallbladder disease. This disease leads to high levels of pain and can ultimately cause periods of hospitalization and even surgery. The organization points to an increasingly unhealthy diet and sedentary lifestyle as the main […]

OSTEOPATHIC PERSPECTIVE ON GALLSTONES

GALLBLADDER DYSFUNCTION CONTENTS   EXPLANATION     The gallbladder is a small pear-shaped organ located beneath the liver on the right side of the abdomen. The gallbladder’s primary functions are to store and concentrate bile, and secrete bile into the small intestine at the proper time to help digest food.  The gallbladder is connected to the […]

No Gallbladder – Now What? (from a chiropractor perspective)

By Dr. B.J. Hardick People frequently enquire about a natural, healthy approach to resolving gallbladder issues.  Poor digestion, gallstones, the absence of the gallbladder after surgery – these are frequent concerns for people consuming the average North American diet.  Gallbladder problems are not confined to people who are overweight – many skinny people have the same […]