Gall Bladder Liver Cleanse
The gall bladder cleanse – a safe and proven natural method to relieve digestive problems and clear built up congestion in the liver, gall bladder and bile ducts.
Why do we need our gall bladder?
Bile, which is created in the liver, is stored in the gall bladder. It could be said that the gall bladder is a storage tank that stores the bile as the liver makes it, and then secretes the bile when the stomach releases the food into the small intestines where the bile is mixed with the food.
Bile is important in the digestive process. Bile breaks down fats, oils, and oil soluble vitamins such as A, D, E and K. These vitamins have important functions in the body, but will be of little use if they are not broken down. What happens when the gall bladder is removed is the body has no place to store the bile. The bile is continually dripping into the small intestinal tract from the liver. When the stomach releases the food into the small intestinal tract, there is no stored supply of bile to secrete into the small intestines to help digest the food.
The result is poorly digested food, which will not nourish the body as well as intended.
Rather than taking the traditional, medical way of thinking by only looking at the symptoms, let’s now consider how to avoid the problem of a congested gall bladder and how to prevent the unpleasant effects.
The gall bladder cleanse is also a good way to help prevent problems, and in most cases, solve current gall bladder problems that people have developed due to a poor lifestyle of eating.
You will need:
- 400 ml cold pressed virgin olive oil
- 6-8 lemons
- 4 litres apple juice (preferably organic and NOT reconstituted)
- Colon cleanse or other suitable laxative
The day before:
Eat a light breakfast and then fast for the rest of the day by drinking apple juice and water. The apple juice needs to be at room temperature as cold drinks quench the energy of the liver.
In the evening of this day have 2 level teaspoons of Colon Cleanse (available from Best Health and some health food stores) in a glass of water followed by some lemon juice.
The apple juice is to begin softening the gallstones and the laxative stimulates the bile ducts.
The next day:
Continue fasting with juice and water until the evening when you will need the olive oil and the lemon juice. Over ½ hr to 1 hour drink all the olive oil by swallowing as much as possible (for example 100mls at a time) followed by 2-3 teaspoons of lemon juice.
Wait approx 10 minutes and repeat until all the oil is gone. Then go to bed and lie down on your right side until you go to sleep. Either during the night or the next morning you will begin to pass stools which look like chaff and may have some greenish ill formed stones in the stool.
Over the next week:
Do not eat any fried foods – keep your diet fairly simple and supplement yourself with a good acidophilous supplement for at least a week.
Congratulations you have now performed you first liver and gall bladder cleanse and if you are anything like me you will be glad you endured any difficulty to now enjoy the benefits of this cleanse. You can expect to have improved digestive capacity, increased energy and a decrease in any digestive discomfort.
DISCLAIMER: The Best Health Centre does not make any medical claims for the gallbladder cleanse. It is not intended to replace a one-on-one relationship with a qualified health care professional and it is not intended as medical advice. It is intended purely as a balancing protocol to assist the body to return to a more harmonious state which may result in improved health.
Tagged with: bladder liver • congested gall bladder • do we need our gall • do we need our gall bladder? • gall bladde • gall bladder • gall bladder clean • gall bladder cleanse • gall bladder liver cleanse • gall bladder problems • gallbladder • gallbladder cleans • gallbladder cleanse • liver and gall bladder cleanse • liver cleanse
Filed under: Best Health
Like this post? Subscribe to my RSS feed and get loads more!