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that lack of fat in your diet can
also bring on a gallbladder attack?
Fats are important but it's the right fats
that count. If you are in pain now, try the beet recipe which calls for some flax oil.
Research shows that a balanced diet high in cis unsaturated fats
(essential fatty acids) may
reduce risk of gallstones,
especially in men.(1)
For help with inflammation from accidental casein and gluten
ingestion, try Glutenflam.
Casein is another frequent allergen to dairy that can manifest
quite differently to the symptoms of lactose intolerance. Although digestive symptoms are also possible with casein,
runny nose, ear infections, skin rashes like eczema or hives, upper body flushing, asthmatic symptoms such as shortness
of breath and wheezing. Acid reflux can also be due to an intolerance to dairy. Casein is a protein found in all
types of dairy: milk, cheese, butter, cream, yogurt and milk powders. It is often used as an additive in foods
as well such as substiute cheese such as rice cheese. No, that doesn't make sense to me either.
For Gallbladder Symptoms -
Which kit should I order?
Everyone should start with the GALLBLADDER STARTER KITand use at least one. Whatever your gallbladder symptoms are, this kit will help
to kickstart your gallbladder and get it into gear. It addresses the gallbladder and biliary system in totality.
If you want deeper action, addressing more of the root of the problem, order the EXTRA-STRENGTH GALLBLADDER STARTER KIT.
My life has changed
drastically because of these products. I am now able to eat things I shouldn't be able to eat - not that I plan
on doing that all the time - but when I go out of town and am a situation where I need to eat some of these things,
it's nice to know I can do tha.t
I'm doing a lot better because of your products. CR. Florida
Constipation I treated an elderly
woman in my office for bloating. She came to see me because she had emphezema and the abdominal bloating was so
severe that it made her breathing more difficult. When she lay on the table her belly protruded. I treated her
for some time with acupuncture and herbs but it was the beet recipe (on this site) that helped her the most.Then one day I gave her a bottle of the concentrated beets (in the starter and maintenance
kits) and within a few days she passed bile in her stool, the bloating went down and she hasn't been constipated
since (which was a life-time problem).
Thanks for referring me back to the help on the site. I've made the beet recipe, the green soup, the flax tea,
and the apple cider vinegar - Debbie is a great help, and I'm able to reduce the pain at time....looking forward
to the order to really get back on track.N.A.
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