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Liver and Gallbladder Flush Part 1

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Uploaded on Jan 18, 2011

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"There is no doubt that a healthy liver is important to the health of the whole body. It is also clear from recent research that the liver function of those suffering from environmental illnesses is often impaired to some degree.

Multiple research studies have shown such people to consistently have high levels of oxidative stress (free radicals) and low levels of the important antioxidant enzymes like glutathione, which are most concentrated in the liver and whose job it is to protect the body from toxins and free radicals.

The liver and gallbladder flush aims to improve the functioning of the liver by increasing the flow of bile and removing gallstones and stagnant bile that may have been negatively impacting the liver. There are many anecdotal reports of the liver and gallbladder flush improving people's health, sometimes dramatically. The information below is kindly provided by Dr. Hulda Clark who has years of experience of using this therapy with her patients.

""Cleansing the liver of gallstones dramatically improves digestion, which is the basis of your whole health. You can expect your allergies to disappear, too, more with each cleanse you do! Incredibly, it also eliminates shoulder, upper arm, and upper back pain. You have more energy and increased sense of well being.

It is the job of the liver to make bile, 1 to 1.5 quarts in a day! The liver is full of tubes (biliary tubing) that deliver the bile to one large tube (the common bile duct). The gallbladder is attached to the common bile duct and acts as a storage reservoir. Eating fat or protein triggers the gallbladder to squeeze itself empty after about twenty minutes, and the stored bile finishes its trip down the common bile duct to the intestine.

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