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These Noodles Can Do What???

Aptly named " Miracle Noodle" this food may just be the answer for gallbladder people who cannot eat without discomfort or pain. Many people who are following a gallbladder diet find they are hungry all the time. These noodles are a safe food that can provide the bulk for that full feeling.  The ingredients are water, [...]

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Leaky Gut Diet

HOW TO SUPPORT LEAKY GUT Step One - Removal Remove any possible aggravations to allow the lining to heal. That includes drugs with side effects that cause intestinal wall damage such as anti-inflammatories, any common food allergens/intolerances, whether you think they bother you or not, any food that tends to cause you digestive disturbance. Stress is also [...]

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Leaky Gut May Contribute to Gallstones

Leaky gut is a condition of increased permeability of the intestinal wall. It is, in fact, supposed to be permeable, because that is how the nutrients from food get into the blood stream to be delivered to the rest of the body. However, it is only small molecules that are supposed to be getting through. [...]

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Is Your Antacid Habit Hurting Your Gallbladder?

Antacids are a multi-million-dollar business. Have you ever seen one of these drugs resolve the problem? They reduce the symptoms some of the time, but they could actually make your gallbladder problem worse. The gallbladder secretes bile in response to the acidity of the food bolus. It helps to make that food mixture more alkaline. One research [...]

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Three Specific Causes of Gallbladder Pain

And Three Methods of Treatment By three causes of gallbladder pain I don't mean hamburgers, french fries or donuts. I'm talking physiological causes. And in spite numerous things that can go wrong with the gallbladder, there are really only 3 main causes: a stuck gallstone a low-functioning gallbladder that can't eject enough bile a sphincter of Oddi disorder (SOD) preventing [...]

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Gallbladder Symptoms with No Gallbladder

How is that even possible? Well, technically, it's not. The gallbladder can't hurt if it's not there. However, there can be pinching or pulling in the area of the surgery where scar tissue forms, or in the remains of the cystic duct. That symptom can be helped with the application of castor oil packs. The best [...]

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