Wednesday, May 7, 2008

Your Gallbladder Needs Fat

Many people at younger ages are experiencing gallbladder problems. The gallbladder is a delicate organ whose job is to concentrate and store bile from the liver, which is used to digest fats. Many practitioners tell people who are having gallstone issues to avoid high fat diets, but one of the main reasons people develop gallbladder problems in the first place is from a highly-concentrated diet of processed and fried or deep-fried foods. Real fats and proteins such as healthy meats and whole, raw dairy products do not cause these issues to arise because they are natural and necessary to the body.

There are many different things you can do to treat a diseased gallbladder without pharmaceutical intervention or surgery. If you are having gallbladder problems, see a certified nutritional therapist. Nutritional therapists are ideally qualified to help eliminate gallbladder distress without surgery and drugs. He or she will evaluate your condition and place you on a protocol to nutritionally supplement your body with substances in which it is lacking, and recommend a healthier way of eating - i.e., whole foods, natural fats, lots of purified water, and removal of alcoholic beverages and processed foods from your diet. Your practitioner will likely also recommend a type of liver/gallbladder cleanse detoxification.

Research shows living without your gallbladder can be even more detrimental to your health, and can compound your risk of developing more serious health issues such as colon cancer. At the very least, removal of the gallbladder upsets the delicate balance of your digestive system and can cause varying degrees of problems from nausea to diarrhea to lower energy levels and weight gain.

So, before you make a decision to remove your gallbladder, consult with a knowledgeable health care practitioner who is willing to treat your problem with natural remedies. For more information about dealing with your gallbladder and digestive system naturally, visit Gallbladder

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