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How Coconut Oil Improves Digestion

The coconut tree has been deemed as the “all-giving tree” due to its abundant and diverse derivatives. From the leaves, to the fruit, to the trunk down to its roots, there appears to be no end to its benefits. The edible parts of the tree like the coconut water and kernel do not just satisfy [...]

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12 Tips For Healthy Holiday Eating

'Tis the season to be jolly -- and to eat a lot! Which tends to put a damper on the jolliness. We all know that familiar feeling of excitement and bliss as we indulge in sumptuous food over the holidays up to that button-popping, zipper-sliding point. But year after year, most of us probably feel awful or even sick, shortly [...]

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Porcelain Gallbladder

WHAT IS A PORCELAIN GALLBLADDER? Porcelain gallbladder is a gallbladder that has become calcified. It is also known as cholecystopathia chronica calcarea – or the chronic condition of calcium in the gallbladder and also as calcifying cholecystitis – inflammation of the gallbladder resulting in calcification. It is a gallbladder disease in which all the layers - mucosa, submucosa, and glandular spaces including [...]

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How B Vitamins Aid Digestion

In this era where take-outs, junk food and processed goods are becoming a dietary norm, more and more people are becoming concerned with their health. Unlike in olden days when we can easily get all the nutrients we need from fresh produce and home cooked meals, individuals now choose to take vitamins to make sure they have all the [...]

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How Much Does High Cholesterol Really Contribute to Gallstone Formation

Contrary to popular belief, cholesterol is not bad. In fact, it is essential to many bodily functions and is used in the formation of the membranes of cell walls. It is so necessary that the body has the ability to make its own cholesterol. The liver makes all the cholesterol it needs. Cholesterol is [...]

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Hormones and Your Gallbladder

Although digestive symptoms may be brought on by any number of things, what is often overlooked is the gallbladder. The gallbladder is a small organ that sits under the liver on the right side of the rib cage and stores liquid bile which is used to digest fats. Even without eating a fatty diet, the gallbladder can begin to [...]

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How the Bugs in your Gut Influence your Gallbladder

And Vice Versa Intro:A microbiome is an ecosystem of millions of different bacteria that exist in our outer environment as well as on and inside the body. The skin has its own microbiome system; the eyes have another. The one we hear of the most is the gut or intestinal microbiome.We all know that it is of huge health [...]

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Recipes for Gallbladder Pain

I get many requests about food. "Everything makes me nauseous.""Every time I eat I feel pain so I hardly eat." First of all, for both pain and nausea, use the phosphoric acid drops available separately or in the 30 Day Solution. Secondly, it's okay to "not eat" for short periods of time. Taking [...]

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How Did I Get Gallbladder Problems

It's really important to know how you got into trouble with your gallbladder in the first place in order to be able to get yourself out of it. You didn't get here overnight, and you won't get out of here overnight either. It takes time and effort, and the good thing is that everything you [...]

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Who Gets Stones in the Bile Ducts

Choledocholithiasis - Bile Duct StonesStones within the bile duct are not a problem if they’re just passing through. However, if they get stuck there, a serious condition could result.Statistics:15% of people who form gallstones are subject to having stones within the bile duct.21% of gallbladder surgeries also have bile duct stones at the time of surgery. 20% of the [...]

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