Gall bladder cleanse is also known as a gallstone cleanse and can be safely done semi-annually or more if necessary. The gallbladder sits under the liver, the site where stones are formed, then passed into the gallbladder.
The liver also stores stones, therefore, this flush is also defined as a liver gallbladder cleanse.
Stones discharged from the gall bladder cleanse will typically look bright green whereas, stones from the liver will look dark yellow or brownish.
DO I NEED A GALL BLADDER CLEANSE?
WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS OF EXCESS GALLSTONES?
Gallstones in the liver and gallbladder may critically impede the flow of bile, making stool tan, orange yellow colored or pale.
Creating bile is an important function of the liver, producing about 1-1.5 quarts, daily. Bile is a viscous, brown, yellow or green fluid that is also alkaline.
Bile is needed to fully digest foods and to allow the small intestines to absorb fat and calcium. If fats are not being digested it can indicate insufficient bile production.
When fat is not absorbed neither is calcium, the blood will then take extra calcium from the bones. Bile also removes toxins from the liver in addition to cleansing the intestines and removing excess acids.
Gallstones are a direct result of an unhealthy diet. It is unnecessary to have them surgically removed as many do.
A simple gallstone cleanse will remedy the problem along with adapting a healthy diet and learning healthy living skills such as setting goals and creating new habits.
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