I have to respond to your concern about gallbladder and liver flushing. About a year and a half ago, I had bouts with pain in my abdominal area, feelings like acid reflux and "heart attack" feeling moments. I went through extensive GI testing, sonograms, and pelvic exams. I was diagnosed with having Gallstones which were too numerous to number. Initially, the doctor(s) assumed that I would be getting surgery. Even my holistic doctor disappointed me when she assumed that I would be taking that route. I search and discoved the kidley-liver flush. I was initially reluctant, but did not want to undergo any surgery. I tried it and during my first six months I counted over 1000 stones. After the 2nd flushing, I fished out a few of the larger stones, put them in a jar and marched them to the doctor's office. She was in disbelief!!! She questioned my method and replied "So what, their going to come back and you still need surgery!" It was an interesting visit to say the least. I informed her that I planned to flush quarterly and I wanted her to order labs to thoroughly check them. She reluctantly complied. There was not a code on the form to handle gallstones. I walked the stones and the lab order to the lab and they did not know what to do. They were just amazed to discover that flushing the gallbladder was possible and they had never seen a gallstone before. The lab had to call headquarters to get instructions, codes, and permission. Well since the onset of flushing, I have not had the above mentioned problems. I flush quarterly. I still have stones but they have not been sizable like the first stones and as abundant. My diet has not changed that much. I didn't have a habit of eating fried foods and I don't eat dairy. I attribute most of my success to managing the gallbladder. I do have to search and gain more understanding about a "gallbladder-liver" friendly diet.