The gallbladder is a small sack that collects and holds the bile that is produced by the liver. The gallbladder concentrates the bile and releases appropriate amounts when required. The bile is dispensed via a narrow tube (the common bile duct) into the digestive tract after eating meals containing fats and oils. This bile is necessary for the efficient digestion of fatty foods.
There are numerous ideas behind gallstones natural remedies, but which ones do you trust? In this article, you will learn a few simple tips to help you pass your gallstone(s). And because gallbladder surgery is one of the most questionable surgeries commonly used, there are numerous people who are choosing gallstones natural remedies for an alternative treatment.
With all the gallstones cures out there, which one is the most effective? This question is asked by over one million Americans each year and most of them opt for removing there gallbladder (which is an organ). Unfortunately, many of these patients will also regret their decision either because of the uncomfortable side effects (diarrhea for 2 years) and the long term side effect (removing your gallbladder may cause bowel and colon cancer)
Though gallbladder surgery is a common surgery, millions of people choose not to surgically remove their organ, the gallbladder. However, over a half of million people will opt to undergo gallbladder surgery called cholecystectomy after the recommendation of their doctor. Though this surgery will provide pain relief, longitudinal side-effects could be putting your health at risk. Including colon and bowel cancer.
Prevention is the best medicine. You can prevent gallstones with increasing your fiber with any fruits and vegetables because they are water-soluble fiber. Water-soluble fiber flushes the body and gallstones. Here is a helpful list: alfalfa, apples, artichokes, barley, beets, broccoli, carrots, celery, fennel, grapefruit, horseradish, lemons, mustard greens, olive oil radishes, spinach greens, water chestnuts, watermelon and garlic.
It seems like everything causes cancer these days… including gallbladder surgery. As cancer research increases (as does gallstone research), experts are finding out that removing your gallbladder does put you at a greater risk of developing bowel cancer. Though this research is very new, some studies state that gallbladder surgery may become a thing of the past.
If you are schedule for gallbladder surgery, I encourage you to first try to pass your gallstones with some natural remedies. Because your gallbladder is an organ, you should do whatever you can to keep it in your body. Fortunately, all natural health doctors and some traditional doctors are now educating their patients on some simple ways to pass a gallstone before the last resort, surgery.
To dissolve gallstones your body needs bile (acidic substance) to dissolve them. Unfortunately, a gallstone sufferer’s body is not producing the bile needed thus resulting in gallstones. Could there be a simple solution? Yes, as simple as a vitamin!
By: John Adison
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