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"Smaller gall-stones can, however, cleared throughnature cure methods. Diet is
the basic factor in the treatment of gall bladderdisorders. In cases of acute gall-bladder
inflammation, the patient should fast for two or three days,until the acute condition clears.
Nothing but water should be taken during the fast.After the fast, the patient should take carrot,
beet, grapefruit, lemon and grape juice for a few days.Ensure that the diet contains an adequate
amount of lacto-vegetarian, consisting of raw and cookedvegetables, vegetable juices, and a
moderate amount of fruit and seeds. Yogurt, cottage cheeseand a tablespoon of olive oil twice a
day should also be taken. Oil serves as a stimulantfor the production of bile and lipase, the fat
digesting enzymes. All meats, eggs, animal fats andprocessed and denatured fats as well as
fried foods should be avoided. The diet should alsoexclude refined carbohydrates, especially
sugar, sugar products, alcohol, soft drinks, cakes,puddings, ice-cream , coffee and citrus fruits.
The patient should eat small meals at frequentintervals, rather than three large meals. The
following is the suggested menu for those suffering fromgall-bladder disorders :
On rising : A glass of warm water mixed with lemon juice andhoney or fresh fruit juice,
Breakfast : Fresh fruit, one or two slices of whole meal toast and a cup ofskimmed powder
Mid morning :Fresh fruit juice.
Lunch : Vegetable soup, a large salad consisting of vegetables in season with dressingof
lemon or vegetable oil. Fresh fruitfor dessert, if desired.
Dinner : Vegetable oil, one or two lightly cooked vegetables, baked potato,brown rice or whole
wheat chappati and a glass ofbuttermilk.
Water Treatment :
Regular applications of hot and cold fomentationsto the abdomen improve the circulation of the
liver and gall-bladder. They also induce concentrationsof the gall-bladder, thereby improving the
flow of bile. A cold hip bath improves the generalabdominal tone. The pain of gall-stone colic
can be relieved by the application of hot packs orfomentation to the upper abdominal area. A
warm water enema at body temperature will helpeliminate faecal accumulations if the patient is
Exercise is essential as physical inactivity canlead to lazy gall-bladder type indigestion which
may ultimately result in the formation of stones.Yogic asanas which are beneficial in toning up
the liver and gall-bladder are : sarvangasana,paschimottanasana, shalabhasana,dhanurasana