Gallbladder (bile, liver, digestion)

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Anecdotal observations by John Thomas

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Gallbladder: is the holding reservoir for bile that is made by the, liver.

Overview

The gallbladder sits at the bottom of the liver and releases bile directly into the small intestine about 2 inches below the outlet from the stomach and provides critically important digestive factors for digestion and assimilation of food nutrients [especially, fats] as well as anti-parasitic aspects and of course, extensive influence over bowel activity and prevention of cancer of the colon.

Insufficient bile production occurs, at any time, from young to old.  Gallbladder and bile issues are causative issues behind appendicitis, and poor nourishment regardless if one’s diet is ideal.

Most certainly, the elderly suffer from liver, gallbladder and digestive issues.

When bile, back up into the stomach, vomit erupts and this phenomenon occurs when people are, sick.  Translation: if you are sick, your liver is a, mess and your skin and eyes become, jaundiced and off, color.

sea sickness is a classic example of a weak liver and gallbladder and the green color seen is from excess, bile backing up into the, system.

Gall stones are pellets produced by the liver daily in the form of soft, pellets.  The body make several hundred pellets, daily.  If they lodge or collect in the gallbladder, over time, they can calcify or harden into what are commonly referred to as, gall stones.

if a gall stone cannot pass or becomes stuck in the bile duct that feeds into the small intestine, it is called a gallbladder, ATTACK.  However, about 50,000 people a year lose their gallbladder by surgery because of MISDIAGNOSIS due to the symptom of pain and enzymes test results.

About 98% of gallbladder surgeries are performed on, females; unnecessary surgeries that result in the same symptoms that led to the original, misdiagnosis.

Behind the pain and indigestion associated with gallbladder issues, is a dysfunctional, liver; meaning a liver that is not functioning as, intended.  and behind the problem is inflammation caused by infestation of fungus and yeast and their poisonous, mycotoxins.

To learn more about fungus invasion and hormonal takeover of  body metabolism, see the Mold & Fungus Protocol.

The Young Again Club answer to both liver and gallbladder problems is the, Tissue & Liver Protocol.

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Suggestions

  1. Change your lifestyle and your diet.
  2. Embrace Young Again Club Protocols.
  3. Ask for help and be open to new ideas.

 

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