As with most other
organs, gallbladder problems are growing in
severity today compared to just 10 or 20 years ago.
receive hundreds of questions about it as a result.
See what Mary asks:
your diet good for a person with gallbladder issues? Mine just
acts up occasionally, but I do not want to have surgery.
SB: If your
gallbladder is even letting you know it's there, "acting up" as
you call it, it's just a matter of time before it's giving an
real-life performance as a very sick gallbladder. So
something needs to change for you. And yes, Mary, what you
eat has a HUGE effect on the health of your gallbladder as well
as every other cell, tissue and organ in your body.
prevailing attitude of the medical community about the
gallbladder has been and still is that it's not a vital organ,
so it's OK to go ahead and take it out if someone's having
NOTHING could be
farther from the truth.
The gallbladder is
not some annoying, insignificant organ that causes digestive
problems for no good reason.
is vitally important. EVERY organ in your body is.
Read on to see
gallbladder + liver = A winning team
Bile is secreted
by your liver and then stored in the gallbladder until it's
needed for the digestion of fats. When you eat fat, this signals
the gallbladder to contract and release bile into your small
intestine to break it down.
In addition to
storing bile, the gallbladder also makes the bile more
concentrated by removing water through its wall.
So if your
gallbladder is removed, although bile can be "redirected" to
flow into your small intestine directly from the liver, your fat
digestion is compromised because the bile isn't as concentrated
That's why people
who have had gallbladder surgery are typically told to have a
low fat diet.
insignificant organ? I don't think so, do you?
The story of
The most common
reason for a cholecystectomy (removal of the gallbladder) is
Currently one in
five Americans over the age of 65 has gallstones, and half a
million cholecystectomies are performed each year.
That's a LOT of
gallbladders going to gallbladder heaven!
commonly the result of too much cholesterol in the bile and/or
toxin buildup, which can be caused or worsened by a stressed
liver, eating too many unhealthy fats (especially trans-fats)
and acid waste buildup from poor digestion.
In other words,
gallstones are mostly the result of an unhealthy diet. And
taking out your gallbladder doesn't make anything better.
As a matter of
fact, it makes things even WORSE--not better!
gallbladder is deep-sixed, it's much harder for your body to
digest fats. This means excessive burping and lots of gas and
bloating when fats are eaten.
And if you're
still foods that you can't digest and that build up in your
system, the wrath of your diet will continue on in other ways
now that the gallbladder "victim" is gone.
Here are just some of the possibilities of the conditions you
could be looking at:
1. High blood
4. Heart disease
5. High blood pressure (hypertension)
...and a bunch
gallbladder removal is seen as the "easy answer" to gallbladder
But it's not the
Because the right
foods can help with gallbladder issues.
painless and FAR cheaper than surgery!
Eat your way
to a healthier gallbladder
No Pain will show you exactly how to eat for a healthy
The Great Taste
No Pain manuals guide you on what to eat with what so
that your foods are easily digested, produce less acid and keep
your system clean.
Plus there are charts that
list which foods are acid forming and which are alkaline.
Eating a good balance of alkaline vs. acid foods helps encourage
a more alkaline pH, which helps create the perfect environment
for ALL your organs to work better, including your gallbladder
and its partner, the liver.
Take care of your
body by eating the right way, and you'll be more likely to keep
ALL of your precious organs.
with Great Taste No Pain.
What if I've
already had surgery?
Already had your
gallbladder removed? Don't worry--there's help for you too.
You can give your
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help your body effectively break down fats just like Nature
That means no
more embarrassing burping and gas, AND the ability to enjoy good
fats without being in agony afterward.
Plus Digestizol Max contains enzymes to help break down ALL the
other foods you eat too, which can be extremely helpful,
especially to people who have had a poor diet and/or have taken
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Learn more about Digestizol Max and all the ways it can help you
So Mary, you've
read the long answer and now the short answer is this:
Yes, a proper,
easy to digest diet (and enzyme supplementation) can make a HUGE
difference in how you feel from head to toe.
And that includes
keeping your gallbladder quiet and helping IT to stay a part of
Let Great Taste
No Pain and if necessary Digestizol Max make a difference in how you feel now.
To your health,
kept her gallbladder!
have heard of SO many people having gallbladder problems and
everyone has had theirs removed!
just wanted to tell you that I am one that has kept her
gallbladder thanks to you. I've been on your Great Taste
No Pain plan for nearly 2 years now and my digestive system
is working great.
When I came across your site on the internet 2 years ago, I was
having alot of gallbladder issues. I thought to myself, "Why not
give it a try? What do I have to lose?"
Thanks for such an easy to follow plan that has made all the
difference for me.
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