Gallstones can be very painful and often arise as a result of an unhealthy diet. Sometimes when people clean up their diet, they’re still left with the gallstones that formed when they were eating French fries and pizza regularly.
In cases like that, I have a few recommendations. First and foremost, don’t slip back into old, unhealthy habits. Eventually, you won’t even be interested in unhealthy food because your taste buds will adapt to fresh foods. Your whole digestive system will be cleaned up by following a healthy diet. However, it takes time to reverse years of eating poorly. It takes time to get rid of gallstones.
I suggest adding more bitter foods to the diet. We’re talking things like artichokes, lemons, limes, grapefruits. Swedish bitters is a very good herbal medicine to take. Other bitter herbs can also help purge sludge from the gallbladder.
If I had gallstones, I would probably have one to two tablespoons of olive oil a day, either just off the spoon or in a salad. I’d be drinking the juice of one to two lemons a day. There is a fruit that is a cross between an orange and a lemon called lemonade. It’s delicious and suitable for gallbladder flushing.
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Other foods that are good for healing the digestive system include carrots, beetroot, and olives. Quinoa is an excellent grain to eat for gut health.
If you follow a diet with extra bitter and sour foods in it for two or three months and then did a combination liver/gallbladder cleanse, you’ll have really cleaned up your GI tract.
Spring and summer are great times to do a detox because of all the available fresh produce.
Probiotics, combined with digestive enzymes, would also be helpful. Please take a look at my product, CanXida Restore, as it has helped lots of clients with their digestive problems. Take just one or two a day and give the product time to reseed the gut with beneficial bacteria.
Your gallbladder will get clean, but it takes time. The healing process can’t be rushed.
Remember to ensure your lifestyle is healthy, not just your diet. If you need to, stay away from friends who might drag you back to old, unhealthy habits. You want to stay on track for years to come.