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What Makes Medical Doctors think That we do not need a Gallbladder

September 24, 2016


The picture you see are gallstones that came out of Emily after doing a 24 hour liver and gallbladder cleanse, 2016


What Makes Medical doctors think That we do not need our Gallbladder

How to save your friend or a Family Members Gallbladder from being yanked out by an un informed Doctor.

I am sure some of you know someone that has had a gallbladder attack and of course they go to the doctor like they should and the doctor tells them, you have a gallstone stuck in a bile duct that is why you are in pain we need to do an emergency surgery and take the gallbladder out, the problem is they do not tell you why they need to take out that important organ or they might tell you, you are producing stones in your gallbladder those stones are getting stuck in the bile duct, they are right in a sense, the problem I have the doctors do not tell the whole story, like, what is the root of why I have stones.

This is our story and why the PUBLIC needs to know this before they let any doctor take out your gallbladder or a family members gallbladder.

19 years ago my wife had severe pain in her side, like most people we took her in to the doctor, after doing some test they found that she had a gallstone stuck in a bile duct, he told her we need to go in and take your gallbladder out, the first thing she said to him why? His answer, because your gallbladder is making stones and it will keep doing it, my wife is pretty smart there was know why she was going to let any doctor take any organ out unless she knew what the side effects of not having a gallbladder are and is there another why, she has always gone the holistic route first and she always does her research, of course the doctor was not happy and tried to scare her into making a decision right then.

She told him I will get back with you first thing tomorrow, she went right home and dug into the research, what she discovered was amazing and proved that most all western medical doctors have very little education if any in biological medicine (holistic).

Because of what she found and the holistic treatment for stones we have helped so many people who were told they need to have their gallbladders removed, in most cases that is not true if they follow a holistic liver and gallbladder protocol cleanse that only takes 24 hours, she feels the best cleanse out there is the one she uses, she found it in a holistic healing book.

Did you guys catch what I said, liver and gallbladder cleanse, you will learn below that stones are also produced in the liver and stones are also in the pancreas, so why not take out all three, if they did you would die.

She did the cleanse the next day and to her surprise look what came out, you have two pictures below of gallstones from two different people we had helped, my wife saved her gallbladder and has been doing the cleanse every year sense it has been 19 years the people we have helped they still have their gallbladders with no pain.



You might be thinking did you take the stone to the doctors and show him, the answer is yes and so did the people who we have helped and the question were all the same, what are those and how did they come out, are you kidding me you are a doctor you have no Idea what these are and how they come out.

Please read on and educate yourself on the information below I hope you see some value in this and pass it on to others

Remember doctors are human they do not know everything they do make mistakes it is up to you to help them by doing your research before you let any doctor cut an organ out or cut any body part off, look to make sure there is no other option, doctors will try to scare you into doing something that they feel is the only option because that is what they were taught in school.

Why in the world would you go to a doctor for holistic advice when most all of them have no education in it, it would be like you coming to me as a wellness coach and ask me to do brain surgery on you how does that make since.

My concern is why does the medical doctor feel that it is ok to just yank out the gallbladder it is no big deal we do not need it, after reading what a medical journal says PubMed you decide if you need it or not.

How does the gallbladder work?


The gallbladder is a thin-walled, pear-shaped pouch. It is about 7 to 10 centimeters (about 2.7 to 3.9 inches) long, up to 5 centimeters (about 2 inches) across at its widest point, and is located in an indentation under the liver. The gallbladder stores and concentrates bile from the liver. The bile then helps to digest and absorb fats from food in the duodenum, the first section of the small intestine.

Every day the cells of the liver produce about 800 to 1,000 milliliters (about 27 to 34 fluid ounces) of yellow, brownish or olive-green bile. The liver cells then pass the bile on through small canals to the bile duct, which leads from the lower surface of the liver into the duodenum. After about 4 to 6 centimeters (about 1.6 to 2.4 inches), a small duct leading to the gallbladder branches off of the larger bile duct before it connects to the intestine.

The bile produced by the liver flows directly into the small intestine during a meal. Between meals, when there is no fat that needs to be digested, most of the bile flows into the gallbladder instead, where it is concentrated and stored. The gallbladder usually holds about 30 to 80 milliliters (about 1 to 2.7 fluid ounces) of fluid. When we eat fatty foods, the gallbladder contracts and squeezes bile through the bile duct bit by bit. The bile is mixed into the semi-digested food in the duodenum.

Bile is mainly made up of water, but also has bile salts, cholesterol, certain fats (lecithin) and bile pigments in it. The most important bile pigment, bilirubin, is made when old red blood cells are broken down in the liver. It is bilirubin that makes urine yellow and stool brown.

Bile salts break down larger fat globules in food into small droplets of fat. Smaller fat droplets are easier for the digestive enzymes from the pancreas to process and break down. Bile salts also help the cells of the intestine to absorb these broken-down fats.
What are gallstones?

Gallstones, which are created in the gallbladder, form when substances in the bile create hard, crystal-like particles. Cholesterol stones, as the name implies, are made of cholesterol and appear light in color. Eighty percent of gallstones are formed this way.
What are bile duct stones?

Gallstones that move out of the gallbladder can pass into your stomach. However, a stone may become lodged in your bile duct due to the size of the stone or the anatomy of the biliary. Thus, bile duct stones are gallbladder stones that have become lodged in the bile duct. Stones that become stuck in the ducts that lead to the duodenum can be both agonizing and dangerous.

Cholesterol gallstones

When the bile contains too much cholesterol and not enough bile salts, cholesterol gallstones may develop. Aside from a high concentration of cholesterol, there are two other factors that seem to be of importance in causing gallstones.

Movement of the gallbladder is referred to as gallbladder motility. This small but muscular organ squeezes to force bile into the bile duct. If the gallbladder does not perform as it should, the bile may not be able to makes its way into the bile duct, instead becoming concentrated and forming small crystals.

Gallstones may also be created by proteins in the liver and bile. These proteins may either promote cholesterol crystallization into gallstones.
The liver also produces liver stones, so, why don’t the doctors yank the liver out those stone can also get stuck in the bile ducts.


The two main kinds are:
• Cholesterol stones. These are usually yellow-green in color. They’re the most common kind, accounting for 80% of gallstones.
• Pigment stones. These stones are smaller and darker. They’re made up of bilirubin, which comes from bile, a fluid your liver makes and your gallbladder stores.

• Bile can be part of the problem. Your body needs bile, but if it has too much cholesterol in it, that makes gallstones more likely. Common in people in the US.
• It can also happen if your gallbladder can’t empty properly.

Pigment stones are more common in people with certain medical conditions, such as cirrhosis (a liver disease) or blood diseases such as sickle cell anemia. You’re more likely to get gallstones if:


You’re obese. This is one of the biggest risk factors. Obesity can raise your cholesterol level and also make it harder for the gallbladder to empty completely.

You take birth control pills, hormone replacement therapy for menopause symptoms, or are pregnant. The extra estrogen is the problem. It can increase cholesterol and make it harder for the gallbladder to empty.

You have diabetes. People with this condition tend to have higher levels of triglycerides (a type of blood fat), which is a risk factor for gallstones.

You take medicine to lower your cholesterol. Some of these drugs boost the amount of cholesterol in bile, which may increase your chances of getting cholesterol stones.

You lost weight too quickly. Your liver makes extra cholesterol, which may lead to gallstones.

You’re fasting. Your gallbladder may not squeeze as much.

Liver Stones

Liver stones are the less publicized cousins of the gallstone, as the two are essentially the same. Ultimately, location defines the difference between the two. To help reduce the risk of suffering from this painful condition, everyone should understand how the liver functions and what can be done to support its health.

The liver is the largest gland in the body and it’s located at the beginning of the small intestine. The gallbladder, for comparison, is located behind the liver, near its base. The main purpose of the liver is to produce bile, which is an essential secretion for breaking down digested lipids into smaller particles so fats and fat-soluble vitamins can be absorbed by the small intestine.

The liver forms bile from water, electrolytes, and other molecules including cholesterol, bilirubin, bile acids, and phospholipids. Adults produce between 400 and 800 ml of bile each day and it’s stored in the gallbladder until needed. [1] Besides manufacturing bile, the liver works as a filter to detoxify and purge harmful chemicals (such as alcohol) from the body.

What are Liver Stones?

Liver stones are commonly formed whenever an excess of cholesterol exists in the body. When excess dietary cholesterol is present, the remainder often crystallizes into small, pebble-shaped masses. Recently, researchers at the University of Bonn in Germany discovered that heredity may also be a contributor to the condition
So, if the liver produces bile and then the bile goes into the gallbladder were do the liver stones go?

Over 60 percent of the American population is overweight or obese. Men, women, and children in this condition suffer mainly from fluid retention (with relatively minor fat accumulation). The retained fluids help trap and neutralize noxious substances that the liver can no longer remove from the body. This helps the overweight or obese person to survive a major, possibly fatal, toxicity crisis such as a heart attack, septic poisoning, or massive infection. The side effect of fluid retention in the tissues, however, is that it causes these toxins and other harmful waste matter (metabolic waste and dead cell material) to accumulate in various parts of the body and further congest the pathways of circulation and elimination. Wherever in the body the storage capacity for toxins and waste is exceeded, symptoms of illness begin to occur.

Cleansing the liver and gallbladder from all accumulated stones helps to restore homeostasis, balances weight, and sets the precondition for the body to heal itself. The liver flush is also one of the best precautionary measures you can take to protect yourself against nearly every kind of illness, known or unknown.

Bill & Emily Mabry
Wellness Coach/Strength & Conditioning Coach
Certified MHS
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