BILE SALTS - non-vegetarian product
1 Bottle - 180 capsules
- For relief of most gallbladder symptoms
including gallbladder attack.
- May help to prevent against formation of
gallstones and with dissolving gallstones as well. See research study below.
- Helps to emulsify or break down fats and
thereby aids in the assimilation of the fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E and K and essential fatty acids.
- Purified Bile Salts help to supplement gallbladder
insuficiency and increase gallbladder function.
- Helps to resolve some forms of constipation.
- Replacement of bile salts following gallbladder
- Symptom relief for gallbladder diseases
including gallstones or cholelithias, cholestasis, cholecystitis and general gallbladder pain.
Ingredients: 165 mg purified ox bile per
capsule or 330 mg per 2 capsules, gelatin capsule
Dosage: 1-3 capsules per meal (2 or 3 for a large meal or
a meal with fats). Randomly change your dosage for best results. If you have gallstones, also take 2-3 capsules
Research Studies Bile and Gallstones
"Chenodeoxycholic acid" (bile acid) "at a dose of 3 mg/kg per day inhibited the formation of cholesterol
gallstones in animals and a human female case whose stones had disappeared within 12 weeks by administration of
chenodeoxycholic acid was reported."1
"Chemical dissolution of cholesterol gallstones using ursodeoxycholic acid (UDCA) in six patients… The stones
dissolved in five patients… A stone recurred in one patient six months after the end of therapy; the others have
remained free of stones for up to 24 months."2
Research Studies Bile and Constipation
Of the patients taking bile salts in this study, "There was a significant improvement of constipation..."3
1. Hiroshi Tanimura and Yorninori Hikasa, The Etiology and Pathophysiology of Cholelithiasis
Journal of Gastroenterology, Springer Japan ISSN0944-1174 (Print) 1435-5922 , Volume 10, Number 1 / March, 1975
2. U. Leuschner, M. Leuschner, J. Sieratzki, W. Kurtz and K. Hübner,Gallstone dissolution with ursodeoxycholic
acid in patients with chronic active hepatitis and two years follow-up
Springer Netherlands, Digestive Diseases and Sciences, Volume 30, Number 7 / July, 1985
3.Fromm H, Roat JW, Gonzalez V, Sarva RP, Farivar S. Comparative efficacy and side effects of ursodeoxycholic and
chenodeoxycholic acids in dissolving gallstones. A double-blind controlled study.
Gastroenterology. 1983 Dec;85(6):1257-64.
Williams CI, Shaffer EA. Gallstone disease: current therapeutic practice
Curr Treat Options Gastroenterol. 2008 Mar;11(2):71-7