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Prop 65: What’s It All About, Anyway?
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So what is that rather ominous ‘Proposition 65 Warning’ you may have noticed on our product labels, featuring an exclamation point on a yellow background? If you live outside of California, this may be the first time you have seen … Read More

Is Your Gallbladder Aging?
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The year you were born is just one way to determine your age. And as you have probably observed, some people can age rapidly while others seem eternally young. More so than chronological age, your biological aging is what matters … Read More

Vegetables: Fresh, Frozen, or Canned?
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Fruits and vegetables are major sources of phytonutrients, antioxidants, and fiber. They benefit patients with gallbladder and digestive issues and anyone who wants to stay healthy. And as I have discussed before, going organic really has its benefits. Fresh and … Read More

Silymarin: Your Liver’s Best Friend
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How Silymarin Protects and Repairs the Liver Silymarin is a component from Silybum marianum, commonly known as the milk thistle. It’s a member of the Aster plant family, including artichokes, known as gallbladder and bile-friendly.  For years, alternative medicine practitioners … Read More

Why am I Still Gaining Weight?
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I’m Barely Eating, Why am I Still Gaining Weight? Few things are as frustrating as setting out to lose weight, making sure you’re ‘doing all the right things’ – reducing your calories and getting daily exercise. But instead of seeing … Read More

Edible Seaweeds for Digestive Health
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The Gallbladder May Benefit from Seaweeds Too Driven by globalization and cultural diffusion, food products like nori, kombu, and wakame are now widely available worldwide – and studies have shown that there are many nutritional and health benefits from the … Read More

Free Radical Damage Include Gallstone Formation
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If you’ve encountered the terms ‘oxidative stress’ and ‘free radicals’ before, you know that they are often associated with stress, fatigue, premature aging, and degenerative diseases like heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease, and diabetes. But did you know that oxidative stress … Read More

Harmful Food Preservatives and their Effects
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A long time ago, boiling, freezing, pasteurizing, dehydrating, or smoking were the most popular ways to preserve food. Salt, alcohol, and vinegar are also used to prolong shelf life. These are considered natural ways of food preservation. Fortunately, technology has given … Read More

Can Vitamin C Help Protect Against Gallstones?
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Vitamin C, or ascorbic acid, is one of the most frequently purchased over-the-counter supplements, especially during the flu season. It’s known for its wound healing, immune-boosting, and antioxidant properties. But did you know that regular Vitamin C supplementation may help … Read More

Have You Tried Cabbage Juice?
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Cabbage belongs to the group of plants known as cruciferous vegetables. If you have downloaded our Gallbladder Shopping List, you may have noticed that it belongs to the “do not eat” list. The only reason why I placed cabbage under … Read More

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