Liver / Gall Bladder Chelation Therapy Part 3
Gallbladder liver stones, being porous, can pick up bacteria, cysts, viruses and parasite stages that are passing through the liver. In this way, “”nests”" of infection are formed, constantly supplying the body with fresh irritating bacteria. No stomach infection such as ulcers (check also into Manuka Honey as an antidote for ulcers) or intestinal bloating can be cured permanently without removing these stones from the gallbladder and liver.
Foods Helpful for Gallstones:
USE ORGANIC FOODS
Fresh vegetable juices as mentioned above (beet and cucumber especially)
Drink lots of water – very important
Garlic and garlic oil
Grapes and freshly pressed grape juice (organic grapes only) are especially helpful
Apples particularly including apple juice
apricots, berries, casaba melons, currants, figs, guavas, lemons, pears, prunes
Cottage cheese – lowfat
Radishes help to dissolve gallstones but may cause some discomfort. Do not use them until your symptoms are gone and then only if they do not disagree with you.
Foods to Avoid for Gallstones:
Same list above for general gallbladder problems above. Take special note of the foods most likely to cause gallbladder attacks:
eggs, pork, onion, fowl, milk, coffee, grapefruit, oranges, corn, beans and nuts, alcohol, saturated fats, hydrogenated oils and partially hydrogenated oils
NOTE: green beans are not classified as beans.
For Relief from Pain
Flax Seed Tea Recipe
Boil 1 Tbsp of organic flax seeds in 2 1/2 cups of water for 5 minutes. Steep 10 minutes. Strain and sip slowly. Buy organic flax seed from your local health food store or order it online from Omega Nutrition.
Cucumbers and/or cucumber juice
The Beet Recipe – see below
Maria Ellicot suggests aloe vera juice for gallbladder pain. Thanks, Maria!
DIET AFTER SURGERY FATS TO AVOID / FATS TO INCLUDE
Diet After Gallbladder Surgery:
If you will read the page on gallbladder disease and how you got into trouble in the first place you will begin to understand that gallbladder surgery is not the answer to the underlying problem. This is not to say that surgery is sometimes necessary and can be helpful with the pain and other symptoms. The most common question asked on this site is why there is still pain/symptoms after gallbladder removal. Your diet needs to be changed with or without possessing a gallbladder, if you have had any form of gallbladder disease. So follow the dietary recommendations for gallbladder problems of any kind.
Fats to Avoid and Fats to Include:
Most important is to avoid fried foods, fatty foods and particular types of fats like trans fats, hydrogenated fats, partially-hydrogenated fats (read your labels) and saturated fats. (Order my newsletter on Good Fats vs Bad Fats for more in-depth information.)
Include essential fatty acids such as flax oil or borage oil. Depending on how severe or acute your gallbladder problem is at the moment, even this may not be possible for you. Experiment slowly. You may have to do a gallbladder starter kit or gallbladder attack kit or gallbladder stone kit before you can add these. Most people, however, are able to eat small amounts. It shouldn’t take more than a week on the products before you feel relief enough to try this. If you have used the beet recipe, you have found that those three ingredients in combination do not cause problems but help to move the stagnation in the gallbladder. I generally advise adding a teaspoon of flax oil with vinegar or lemon juice to salads as a dressing. If you are in pain, you may be able to eat only the green soup recipe for a few days. RECIPE! BEET RECIPE RECIPE! GREEN SOUP RECIPE! FLAX SEED TEA
Green Soup Recipe for Relief of Gallbladder Pain
One bunch parsley
3 medium zucchini
½ lb. Green beans
5 stalks celery
Steam together for 8-10 minutes.
Or partially steam and boil in ½ cup water.
If you have a steamer, you retain more nutrients and flavor with that method.
Puré in a blender.
NOTE: THIS SOUP IS NOT FOR A GALLBLADDER ATTACK! Use the products (Phos Drops) or the Flax Seed Tea. Liquids are best during an attack. You could try the Beet Recipe. Many find it helps, but others do better with just liquids. It is wonderful for relief from all sorts of gastric disturbances such as stomach pain, gas, and indigestion. I do not add any fat or salt to this recipe. It can be used anytime but is particularly useful as a three day fast with nothing else but water. It is both nourishing and easy to digest. You can alter the amounts to taste. More beans add more sweetness.
Flax Seed Tea Recipe
Useful during a gallbladder attack.
Boil 1 Tbsp of organic flax seeds in 2 1/2 cups of water for 5 minutes. Steep 10 minutes. Strain and sip slowly.
protective – vitamin c and low alcohol intake and vegetarian diet Gallstones: Pathogenesis and Treatment
edited by G Adler, H E Blum, M Fuchs, E F Strange
Note: If you are in severe gallbladder pain, and especially if you also have a fever, consult your doctor immediately. If there is no fever and the pain is mild, or if many foods cause distress or discomfort, use the green soup and beet recipe until you order your gallbladder starter kit or gallbladder attack kit. Only after the discomfort has gone would you be eating a variety of foods.
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