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Bile Salts or Ox Bile by stipeygirl75 Posted Tue 26 Apr 2011 3:20pm I read a couple places that if you don't have a gallbladder, it helps to take something called "Bile Salts" or "Ox Bile." http://www.amazon.com/Nutricology-Ox-Bile-Vegicaps-100-Count/dp/B0002JIUDS/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1303845628&sr=8-1 Most surgeons are blithely ignorant about the lost function of the gall bladder in patients who ... Read on »
Cirrhosis of the Liver by Dr. Anshu Gupta Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:39pm 3 Comments The liver is one of the most important organs in the body. It serves as a combination of manufacturing plant, chemical laboratory and storehouse of nutrients. It produces many vital elements and pours them into the blood stream, or stores until needed. Some of its functions are the p ... Read on »
Hepatotoxicity in the Diabetic Population by Alan T. Patient Expert Posted Fri 03 Oct 2008 11:31am Diabetes is associated with clinical complications such as cardiopathy, nephropathy, and retinopathy . Until now, the link between risk of hepatic failure and diabetic condition was unclear. However, hepatotoxicity of antidiabetic drugs emerged as a common clinical complication. Antidiabetic drugs with reported cases of hepat ... Read on »
Raising awareness of Lyme disease by Geoff Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Thu 18 Sep 2008 11:24am 3 Comments Today's featured contributor is Dr. Virginia Sherr, who maintains the site The Human Side of Lyme. Dr. Sherr is a psychiatrist who has experienced Lyme disease first hand over many years, and shares valuable information and resources to get the word out about this ongoing problem. She is particularly concerned about the incidence of undiagno ... Read on »
"Bell's Palsy of the Gut" and Other GI Manifestations of Lyme and Associated Diseases by Dr. Virginia S. Medical Doctor Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 10:52am PRACTICAL GASTROENTEROLOGY April 2006 by Virginia T. Sherr, MD Bell's palsy signifies paralysis of facial muscles related to inflammation of the associated seventh Cranial Nerve. Physicians may not realize that this syndrome is caused by the spirochetal agent of Lyme disease until proven otherwise. Whether it is a full or hemi ... Read on »
Gall Bladder Stones Treatment by Dr. Anshu Gupta Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:40pm The gall-bladder is a pear-shaped organ, 10 cm. long and three to five cm. wide, attached to the under-surface .of the liver on the right side. The main function of the gall-bladder is to store the bile secreted by the liver. Bile is an excretion composed mainly of bile salts and acids, colour pigments and cholesterol. Bile assists in the ... Read on »
Gall-Bladder Disorders by Dr. Anshu Gupta Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:39pm The gall-bladder is a pear-shaped organ, 10 cm. long and three to five cm. wide, attached to the under-surrace of the liver on the right side. The main function of the gallbladder is to store the bile secreted by the liver. Bile is an excretion composed mainly of bile salts ... Read on »
Genetics Home Reference: benign recurrent intrahepatic cholestasis by nih.gov Posted Tue 01 May 2012 11:49am On this page: Description Genetic changes Inheritance Diagnosis Additional information Other names Glossary definitions Reviewed April 2012 What is benign recurrent intrahepatic cholestasis? Benign recurrent intrahepatic cholestasis (BR ... Read on »
The Living Link Missing From Our Diets by Total Health Breakthroughs Patient Expert Posted Fri 24 Jul 2009 11:47pm For millions of years, our ancestors hunted for meat and gathered fruits, nuts and other plant foods. They followed the food supply, so there was no kitchen sink to wash it in. Instead, they brushed the dirt off the foods they gathered. Or rinsed it in a nearby stream. Today, factory farms add thousands of tons of pesticides and herbicid ... Read on »
I made it! by stipeygirl75 Posted Tue 26 Apr 2011 12:00am I read a couple places that if you don't have a gallbladder, it helps to take something called "Bile Salts" or "Ox Bile." Most surgeons are blithely ignorant about the lost function of the gall bladder in patients who cholecystetomy. All patients lacking a gall bladder suffer from deficiency of bile acids. Patients lacking a gall bl ... Read on »