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The gallbladder is a small organ located under the liver and serves an important digestive function. It acts as a reservoir for bile which breaks down fats much in the same way soap breaks down grease when you wash your dishes.
This small organ may seem insignificant and many are recommended to have it removed (even when not necessary), yet your gallbladder was put there for a reason. Yes, you can live without it BUT your body will function less than optimally and you will have digestive concerns for the rest of your life.
Gallbladder operation, or laparoscopic cholecystectomy, is the most common operation in North America. Every year, more than half a million people in the United States and more than 50,000 people in Canada undergo surgery to remove their gallbladders because of gallstones. Many of these surgeries are unnecessary.
In this episode, Dr. Budweiser, founder of Weiser Living, will share with you why it is important that you do everything you can to keep your gallbladder and what things you must do if you have already had it removed. Some of the things he will cover are:
The Structure & Function Of The Gallbladder
What Is Bile & Why Do We Need It?
Symptoms Of Gallbladder Stress
Gallstones - Where Do They Come From?
How To Avoid Gallbladder Attacks
The Gallbladder Flush
5 Tips If You Have Had Your Gallbladder Removed
… and, as usual, much, much more!
So be sure to tune into 30 minutes of green wisdom!
Meanwhile, be sure to check out www.WeiserLiving.com for more articles, videos, recipes, products and more!
Judy Seeger is a retired naturopathic doctor who loves to educate people about their health and empowers them to heal themselves. With more than 35 years in the field of alternative medicine, she is extraordinarily experienced at helping people achieve a greater level of wellness.
She was the director of two holistic health clinics where she developed a Three Step Health Plan System that increases health and quality of life for those with cancer and other serious illnesses.
She is an author of Shatter Your Gallstones, International Speaker, researcher and has created an online tv show - DetoxandRecharge.tv - www.judyseegerdetox.com
Did you know that gallstones can be dissolved by a simple, natural process? What is in your diet that creates them? Find out tonight on the Mind-Body Connection with Michael Schwartz! Learn about this condition and so many more in Michael's book "Health and Disease Symbology Handbook" by visiting www.innerhealthbooks.com.
In health circles there has been much recent talk about acid /alkaline imbalance. Let's see if we can clarify how experts recommend we correct this imbalance.
Your body functions best when neither too acid nor too alkaline. Unfortunately almost all of us have become acidic due to diet, drinks and stress -- both psychological and from pollution. Acids can build up in our body, causing systems to be out of balance.
According to Dr. Stefan Kuprowsky, "Acid wastes build up in the body in the form of cholesterol, gallstones, kidney stones, arterial plaque, urates, phosphates and sulfates. These acidic waste products are the direct cause of premature aging and the onset of chronic disease."
When this occurs, the body will restore its optimal pH by depleting certain minerals, such as potassium, calcium and magnesium, from organs and bones. In addition, your immune system may become fatigued from dealing with an excess of acid. Your body then stores acidic wastes in 'hiding places' such as muscles etc. rather than releasing the acids into the bloodstream.
Judy Seeger, a retired Naturopath, author, and speaker now focuses on educating individuals about how to detox the body and improve health with empowering organic ways that heal the body/mind and Spirit. With more than 30 years in the field of alternative medicine, she is extraordinarily experienced at helping individuals achieve a greater level of wellness.
While Judy was the director at River of Life Health Center, a Wholistic Health Clinic, she developed a Two-Step Health Plan System that super boosts the immune system and increases health and quality of life for individuals with skin, lung, skin, breast, ovarian, prostate, liver, colon, brain and pancreatic cancers.
Judy specializes in and offers clinically proven natural healing therapies such as Hyperbaric Oxygen therapy, Ozone Therapy, Colon Hydrotherapy, Herbal Therapy, and Enzyme Therapy. A unique pioneering professional in the field of alternative medicine, Judy has also authored two books available exclusively in an electronic format—The Ultimate Guide to Natural Cancer Cures and Shatter Your Gallstones. Other insightful extensions of her knowledge base include training videos, and instructional CD’s, as well as her popular teleseminars and webinars. Judy “walks her talk”, traveling extensively to explore and test various forms of alternative medicine to determine what works and what doesn’t.
How to steward your body wellBeloved, I pray that you may prosper in all things and be in health, just as your soul prospers. (3 John 2)
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Are you tired of suffering with the indigestion, gas, bloating, nausea and pain associated with gallbladder problems? Find out how natural medicine can help you to alleviate the symptoms associated with gallbladder congestion.
This week's topics were: teenagers may benefit from starting school later -- and why that might be; I believe Avandia is a dangerous drug; are gallstones and kidney stones related?; peripheral artery disease and exercise; the pertussis (whooping cough) outbreak in California right now.
Health Care blog review and discussion, starting with comments from The Politics of Meaning by Michael Lerner about our community life. Next is by WarmSocks, a patient blog about the life of a woman with rheumatoid arthritis, emphasizing her recent hospitalization with pancreatitis and gallstones. Next come comments from the Journal of Family Practice about aspirin use for prevention of heart attack and stroke, noting differences between recommendations for men and women. Then JFP comments about this year's flu vaccine. Tweet Review mentions current tweets I follow. Review of a blog post by patient safety, epidemiology and research expert Dr Marya Zilberberg. Finally Dr Synonymous blog post about what Family Medicine can learn from Popeye the Sailor and questions for listeners. Human centering in health care and patient-physician relationships will be a component of reviews and interviews.
Interviews with Family Medicine Leaders, Educators and Thought Leaders will focus on current and future health care issues. Listen to the interview with Larry Bauer, MSW, MEd next week as he introduces the FMEC Northeast Regional meeting in Danville, MA in October (21-23) A chat room during the show allows listeners to comment and interact.
The Gallbladder is the trashcan of the liver. Normally, these waste products are passed on down the tract and excreted. But sometimes they aren't! * Approximately 500,000 people in the U.S. each year are hospitalized due to gallbladder problems, and it is estimated that 20% of the population over 40 have gallstones. Gallstones can be as small as a grain of sand or as large as a hen's egg. Occasionally, some can be even larger. OUCH!! ** Join Dr. Jeff and Chaim as they discuss how to take proper care of your Gallbladder so it can take proper care of you, in this week's program titled "Mitigated Gall". *** Topics covered: * What is the Gallbladder's Job * What is Bile * What are Gallstones * Who Gets Gallstones * Signs of Gallbladder Disease and Dysfunction * Treatment Methods * Doing a Liver/Gallbladder Flush * Tips if you’ve Had Gallstones or Your Gallbladder Removed
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