That’s an excellent question. Unfortunately, in almost every case, surgery is a very poor option. Before we get into the risks and inherent problems of removing an organ from your body, let’s take a quick look at the real problem with doing this surgery instead of making the chnges mentioned above. Surgery ONLY deals with the symptoms, NOT the cause of the problem in the first place, Gallstones were created in your gallbladder because of your diet. Your liver and gallbladder are doing the best they can to digest all the fat and cholesterol you’re eating every day.
Your gallbladder just got overloaded and some cholesterol deposits formed. So, why in the world would you cut that organ out? Remember, your gallbladder isn’t doing anything wrong: You are. It’s doing the best it can to keep you healthy, but you are eating in such a way to make that impossible. Taking out your gallbladder because of what you are eating would be like taking out the engine in your car, because you put in the wrong kind of gasoline and the car stopped running.
Further, once you take your gallbladder out, you will be much LESS effective at digesting fat and safely removing cholesterol out of your body. Assuming you continue to eat the same way as you did before, this puts you at much GREATER risk for heart disease and other deadly disease than before. Contrary to what you may be told, your gallbladder is a very important organ and although you can live without it, you are much better off with it. It works hand in hand with your liver to digest fats, so once it’s gone, you also put a lot more strain on your liver, for the rest of your life.
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