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I am so grateful for the proactive research
that you conduct and, as a result, I look forward to receiving your insightful e-mails. I totally agree w/your
food allergen topic regarding these trigger foods that, on a personal basis, need to be eliminated. Thank you ever
so much for educating and reminding us! D.C.
that biliary dyskinesia, low functioning
gallbladder or sphincter of oddi dysfunction may be helped by acupuncture?
Gastrointest Endosc 2001; 53:211-6 reports that "Electroacupuncture may relax the sphincter of oddi in humans".
This study found that performing low frequency electro-stimulation at acupuncture point gallbladder 34 served to
relax the sphincter muscle that allows the flow of bile into the small intestine for digestion. It also increased
the hormone levels of CCK which contributes to gallbladder contraction.
Fats are important but it's the right fats that
count. If you are in pain now, try the beet recipe which calls for some flax oil.
Research shows that a balanced diet high in cis unsaturated fats
(essential fatty acids) may reduce risk of gallstones, especially in men.(1)
Gallbladder attacks are more commom than you may think. Gallstones affect more than
25 million American (our total population being 310 million in early 2011). One million new cases of gallstones
are diagnosed annually, according to the American Gastroenterological Association.
removals take place every year in the USA alone, and since the diet of the general American population is not improving,
those numbers are rising.
"Thanks for your web site. Your beet
recipe was a great help to me. After suffering pain for more than a week. I went to the doctor and the E.R., but
they could not even tell me what was wrong. After the pain got worse I had a CAT scan and the doctor told me he
thought it was my gallbladder. After getting frustrated waiting for doctors, my wife found your site. I feel better,
but not completely better, and I am very hungry only making veggie and fruit juice, and eating fish, rice, and
DID YOU KNOW...
that food allergies can
also bring on a gallbladder attack? If you are one of those people who never knows what foods will bring on an
attack, read about the allergy
I had a significant improvement in my symptoms
the day after I talked to Debbie. She told me that there was a reason that grapes were recommended for my problem, so I went home and prepared the grapes. The next evening I felt
a great lessening of the pressure and pain in my chest, so whatever was blocking my bile ducts had receded or gotten
smaller. In the following days I was able to eat the beet recipe and gradually I've been able to introduce heavier
foods with no problems. Of course I'm taking her digestive supplements and will be placing another order soon -and
I'm being very vigilant about my diet. I want to thank you all for all the great wisdom I've learned from Debbie
and her website. I'm a huge fan. You really helped me out of a tough spot medically. I've learned a great lesson
Thank you. This is the most
helpful site Ive found after my
first full fledged weekend of pain. Time for change.
Day ten on the gall bladder starter kit and the pain is gone. Following the diet regime and taking the supplements
and the improvement is amazing. I appreciate all the advice on you website and in the emails and am changing my
lifestyle as directed. The results are most gratifying. You know your stuff and present it well. I am most appreciative.
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