Remove The Gallbladder So That Gallstones Won’t Form Further
Posted Mar 17 2010 8:23am
By Sarah Ding
Over the past two weeks, I’ve heard of three persons I know who were subject to remove their gallbladder through surgery. The gallbladder is a small, hollow organ that sits in a concavity of the liver. The main function of the gallbladder is to store bile produced by the liver that aids the digestive process.
The orthodox health care considers the gallbladder as non-vital thus they’re quick to offer removal of the organ when the gallbladder gets clogged up with gallstones. However, the problem is NOT with the gallbladder, thus removing the gallbladder doesn’t solve any health issues but instead will worsen the condition of the sufferer.
What the doctor doesn’t and cannot tell you is that: For every gallstone in the gallbladder, there are multiple times more stones in the LIVER! Now, why can’t the doctor tell you that? Simply because the gallstones in the liver are cholesterol-based and non-calcified which cannot be detected through ultrasound nor CT scans. These are generally referred to as “fatty liver”. Fatty liver has been wrongly diagnosed as “accumulation of fats” and requiring the sufferer to lose weight. More toxic drugs will be given to “bring the condition under control”. Yup, and you guessed right … in severe cases where the liver is damaged and inflamed (liver cirrhosis), the doctors will be happy to suggest surgery.
Common causes of gallstones formation in the liver are faulty diet of overeating, bingeing, eating heavy meals in the evening, overeating animal proteins, long-term medication, HRT or birth-control pills, alcoholism, eating of processed foods, dehydration, rapid weight loss, and the like of an unhealthy lifestyle.