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Yes you can liver flush without a gallbladder; and you should!
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Yes you can liver flush without a gallbladder; and you should!

If your gallbladder has already been removed, you can certainly still do liver flushes. In fact, people without a gallbladder tend to have many more stones in their liver than those who still have a gallbladder. Intrahepatic stones hinder the liver in removing toxins and waste products from the blood, which can lead to an overload of toxins in the body’s connective and fat tissues. This can lead t
o lymphatic congestion and weight gain - a protective measure taken by the body to temporarily keep toxins from doing harm - and many other conditions, including diabetes, heart disease, and cancer.

When you do your first liver flush, you may not pass many stones right away because your liver’s bile ducts tend to be more blocked than average. It may take 1-2 Liver Flushes to start softening and releasing these more compacted obstructions. Still, many people without a gallbladder start releasing quite a few stones right from the beginning.

If stones don’t come out as readily or you don’t pass more than about 50 stones, before you flush again, you may extend the preparation period by at least 6 days, making it 12-14 days long. This will make it a lot easier for the liver to release the stones. In this case, you may alternate between the different options, such as apple juice, sour cherry juice, malic acid, Gold Coin Grass, etc.

Note: Although I rarely suggest taking supplements, as a general recommendation, you may wish to consider taking a bile supplement. Most bile supplements contain ox bile. This is the reason for it: without a gallbladder you can never again have the right amount and viscosity of bile required for the proper digestion of food.

If you develop symptoms of diarrhea, lower the dosage or discontinue it and resume at a lower dosage once the diarrhea has subsided. Consult with your health practitioner about which product may be the most suitable for you. Doctors are supposed to recommend a bile supplement to their patients after surgical removal of their gallbladder, but they rarely do.

(This is an excerpt from the NEW 2012 edition of the book ‘THE AMAZING LIVER AND GALLBLADDER FLUSH’ by Andreas Moritz )

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