Gallstones Home Remedies or Gallbladder Surgery – Which One Should You Try?

Are you about to undergo gallbladder surgery and wondering if you should try gallstones home remedies first? Thousands of people are mulling over this decision right now and most of them will choose to listen to their doctor and surgeon and get their gallbladder removed.

However, some of these sufferers will try gallstones home remedies and painlessly pass their gallstones with a few simple home treatments.

In this article, you will see the importance of natural health, learn a few simple gallstones home remedies and understand why gallbladder surgery is not the perfect treatment.

Should I get my Gallbladder Removed?

This is a great question?

Did you know that gallbladder removal, often referred to as a cholecystectomy, is a very popular surgery in the west? About 500,000 Americans will remove their gallbladder this year alone. Unfortunately, about 75-85% of these people could have avoided surgery and kept their organ by trying simple natural health alternatives.

Obviously, you have heard that cholecystectomies are not as invasive as they have been in the past. The surgery is relatively simple considering that a surgeon will only have to make a few incisions in the abdomen.

However, most surgeons do not talk about the common side effects associated with this surgery which include frequent diarrhea lasting years, nausea which can also last years and even vomiting after larger meals. Most of this is caused by the body adjusting to the missing gallbladder which once held bile (made from the liver) to help digest fats. Furthermore, there is also another major risk surgeons do not speak of and that is removing your gallbladder can put you at a greater risk of colon and bowel cancers.

When a gallbladder is ruptured or diseased, you may need to remove the organ. However, if you simply suffer from gallstones, you may wish to try to painlessly flush the stones using alternative treatments. Here is a few you may wish to try.

3 Gallstones Home Remedies

1. For 3 days it would be recommended that you drastically increase your dietary fiber intake. You can do this by eating plenty of fruits, vegetables and oat bran. Dietary fiber is a natural ‘flusher’and can assist in flushing the gallbladder. It would be also recommended that you are drinking at least 2 cups of water every 2 hours you are awake.

2. Many of our customers have found success with vitamin therapy. For instance, vitamin C (also called ascorbic acid) is used by the body to convert cholesterol to bile acids. With less cholesterol and more acids, the risk of gallstones is decreased. And because most gallstones are composed of cholesterol, many experts believe that vitamin C can convert the cholesterol to bile. You should supplement 1000 mg of vitamin C 3 times a day.

3. Herbal therapy is also an option with some success. Milk thistle can be used in a tincture or capsule form and is a liver tonic that cleanses the liver but also stimulates bile production. In one study, silymarin (a component in milk thistle) was shown to significantly reduce cholesterol levels in bile. This is a great way to avoid gallstones and possibly dissolve gallstones. The recommended amount of use is 600 mg of milk thistle extract per day. You can find at any health foods store.

What Else Can You Do?

I hope you are excited about the simplicity of these 3 tips. However, there are numerous other remedies that have been researched and shown to be effective. In fact, our step by step remedy to pass your gallstones in 24 hours is 100% guaranteed to work.

Learn more today about passing your gallstones with only one trip to the grocery store.

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Joe Barton and Barton Publishing would like you to try 100% guaranteed, step by step Gallstones Home Remedies that work in 24 hours or less.

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