Cleansing the GI tract is often one of the essential prerequisites for health, along with restoring pH balance for example. When the intestines are choked with debris they loose their ability to download and release toxins, which then get dumped into the blood and various organs. It has long been said that one of the most effective things we can do to improve our overall health is to cleanse the colon. Even if we have regular bowel movements, or perhaps do colonics, we might still be surprised at the amount of old putrified waste that can be released during an efficient intestinal cleanse. During an intestinal detoxification the body expels old undigested waste matter, unhealthy bowel flora and toxic mucoid layers, all of which can be an ideal breeding ground for harmful parasites, fungi and yeasts, such as candida or e-coli overgrowth. When cleansed, a well-functioning digestive tract can also effectively help to purify the blood and lymphatic system, as well as support and nourish all of the body’s organs and tissues.
Since a congested liver and gallbladder can be responsible for many illnesses and health concerns today, flushing the liver and gallbladder of sludge and gallstones is one of the most important things w can do to restore our health. This can be accomplished by doing the Liver & Gallbladder Flush, even if we have had our gallbladder removed. The Liver & Gallbladder Flush is a simple do-it-yourself procedure that safely and efficiently eliminates not only gallstones in the gallbladder but also thousands of soft gallstones and cholesterol sludge in the liver.
- The liver is the largest organ in the human body, playing an important role in the body’s metabolism as a whole
- The liver is responsible for synthesis of cholesterol, the building block for many endocrine hormones
- Appropriate conjugation of thyroid hormone by the liver is critical for the healthy functioning of the entire endocrine system
- One of the liver’s most crucial functions is detoxification, which is also important in alleviating allergic response
Over 300,000 gallbladders are surgically removed each year in the USA due to complications from gallstones. Gallstones can cause congestion in the gallbladder itself and in the bile ducts of the liver, leading to a number of problems, including weakened digestion, cholesterol metabolism problems, impaired detoxification from the liver, and increased susceptibility to infection.
Healthy and balanced bile flow is required for proper digestion (especially fat metabolism) and for elimination of excess cholesterol and toxins from the body.
Bile naturally kills many pathogens that commonly enter the digestive tract along with our food. If the bile flow weakens, digestion becomes less efficient, paving the way for more infection. Since gallstones are porous, they can pick up bacteria, cysts, viruses and parasites that pass through the liver. In this way, nests of infection can form, continuously burdening the body’s defense systems. The body’s immune system must act vigilantly to keep these harmful organisms in check, yet the body cannot rid itself completely of these organisms without first purging these bile formations.
Intestinal bloating and other chronic digestive problems are difficult to clear permanently without eliminating gallstones and gallstone sludge from the liver and intestines.
Gouty conditions are often the result of a congested gallbladder. When bile flow is insufficient, excess calcium builds up, and this may cause calcium spurs that are associated with gout and rheumatic conditions.