the problem is, that you can remove the gallbladder, but you still have a liver congested with sto...
the problem is, that you can remove the gallbladder, but you still have a liver congested with stones. see pix here on curezone.com of INTRAHEPATIC STONES!!!!
the other problem that i've read about is that the body was meant to have a gallbladder. the gallbladder stores bile. your common bile duct will expand to store bile, and runs the risk of becoming impacted with stones being released from the liver, or even in extreme cases bursting because it wasn't meant to be a storage sac....that was the job of the gallbladder.
even people who have had their gallbladders removed need to do liver flushes. if gallbladder surgeries are the most common surgeries in the country, then something is severely WRONG! many of these doctors are using surgery to correct this, because they do not have any idea about gallbladder flushes.
so, your recommendation seems ill-placed, since gallbladder surgery is epidemic, and a way to make $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
your admonition doesn't make good logical sense.