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Living Without A Gallbladder

Living Without A Gallbladder is a video that teaches on the important steps that can be taken when living without a gallbladder.

living without a gallbladderLiving without a gallbladder is a reality for many people but the unfortunate part is that after gallbladder surgery nobody gives these individuals a guide as to how to live a better quality of life without a gallbladder.

Most are told to either eat a low fat diet or eat whatever they want. You know now there is a better way.

Here is the “No Gallbladder Diet” I recommend For Maximum Support.

Milk Thistle and dandelion is a great for supporting the production of bile, reducing the risk of stone formation and protecting you from developing fatty liver. It also worshippers well as a gallbladder remedy for pain and nausea.

Ox Bile supports the digestion of fats and offers a lot of support for those who do not have a gallbladder. Selenium is great along with N-Acetyl Cystine to support liver health and detoxification of the liver.

Vitamin D3+K2 is really important in order to remove some burden from the liver as it along with the kidneys is involved in the production of Vitamin D.

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[Video Transcription] Living Without A Gallbladder | Important Details

In this video you’re going to discover the ins and outs of living without a gallbladder.

Hi, I’m Dr. Zyrowski from NuvisionExcel.com. If you’re new to the channel, it’s such a pleasure to have you here. Be sure to subscribe and hit the little bell notification and join our notification community so you can excel your health and your life.

Now, in this video were talking about living without a gallbladder. There’s thousands of people who get their gallbladder removed every single day and many of them are not given a blueprint as to how you go about living without it. Some people are told to follow a no fat diet, some people are told that they can eat whatever they want and as a result, a lot of people develop symptoms. It’s estimated that up to 40% of people who have their gallbladders develop symptoms on a regular basis and even outside of that, many people at some point in their life will have different symptoms from the gallbladder not being there.

When you have your gallbladder, essentially it is a holding facility for bile and when you eat fat, it contracts and it squeezes that bile into the intestines and it helps break down those fats. When you don’t have your gallbladder, your liver still produces bile but you just don’t have that holding facility. The liver produces bile and it trickles into the intestines on a regular basis, but as a result as not having that gallbladder, when you consume fats or after a meal that has some fats in it, what can happen is you can get bloating, diarrhea, nausea, indigestion, constipation and you can even develop deficiencies. Now, one of the things too is that a lot of people are diagnosed with IBS after they have gotten their gallbladder removed. They start to take all these symptoms, they encapsulate them and you have IBS now, so good luck living with that. What I’m going to do is give you a road map as to how you can go and relieve these symptoms and essentially live a better life post-gallbladder removal.

Now, the first one our list here that is really important is milk thistle and dandelion. The reason that this is very powerful if you don’t have a gallbladder is because this is going to support the production of bile and it’s also going to reduce the risk of producing stones. Many people think that because the gallbladder is gone you can’t get stones anymore, but you actually still can. It’s going to help with that as well. Now, the other thing that it’s going to do is, it’s going to help reduce some of the different symptoms and when you don’t feel well post meal. It’s going to help support that. The last thing it’s going to do is it’s going to support the reduction or support reducing the risk of getting a fatty liver or having liver problems one day because when you don’t have your gallbladder it puts a lot more strain on the liver and you’re more susceptible to liver issues.

The next on our list is ox bile. Now, this one right here is going to be the most important one that I mention here today and the reason for that is when you don’t have the proper ability to break down fats, you don’t have the ability to break down essential fatty acids very well and you also don’t have the ability to break down fat soluble vitamins like A, D, E and K when you have your gallbladder removed and you’re most susceptible to developing those deficiencies I had talked about. Ox bile is not only going to help you break down those different nutrients so you don’t become deficient but it’s also going to support breaking down any fat from the different meals that you’re having so ox bile is very important, so if you’re living without a gallbladder, supplementing is going to be very, very powerful for you.

Next one our list is moderate fat intake. Some people are told to take a low-fat diet and some people are just taught to have a high fat diet. The truth is you don’t really want to be on either end of those spectrum when you don’t have a gallbladder. Now, having a diet that’s moderate with high quality fats is going to be very good. Here’s the thing, is that what we want to do is we want to remove all the bad fats and focus on eating really good high-quality fats like avocados, extra virgin olive oil, grass fed butter, coconut oil. Those different good fats are going to be really powerful and they support our brain, our nervous system, our cellular health and our entire body so we want to make sure that we have those good fats but make sure that we’re focusing on the high-quality ones.

Next, is the vitamin D3K2. We take those together in order to maximize absorption. The vitamin D specifically is very important because for one, a fat-soluble vitamin. You’re going to have a harder time breaking that down as you get that gallbladder removed and post removal, but vitamin D specifically, is actually produced in the liver and the kidneys and as you have that extra strain on the liver because the gallbladder is already gone, we want to support your body and support the liver by actually supplementing with the vitamin D so that your liver doesn’t have to work so hard.

Next on our list is remove food sensitivities. When we look at where the gallbladder issues came from in the first place, food sensitivities are pretty high on the list as to where it came from. Now, food sensitivities, essentially what they are is foods that your body is having a very gentle reaction to. They’re not a reaction to where your throat is closing up, those are allergies. Food sensitivities are foods like dairy, foods like soy, wheat, different grains. Essentially, those different foods right there can cause your body to have very gentle reactions whether it’s a light rash or acne or inflammation, those sorts of things. However, when you have a gallbladder, you want to remove those different foods. You can either test for it or you can just remove some of those major foods, like I already mentioned that most people are very sensitive to.

The last thing here is selenium and n-acetyl cysteine. Now, these two nutrients right here, these two remedies essentially what they’re going to do is they’re going to support the detoxification and the overall health of the liver and this is very important. Once again, the liver is already kind of burdened in a way because the gallbladder is gone so supporting these detox phases and taking n-acetyl cysteines which is a precursor to glutathione, the master antioxidant in the body is going to be very important. Taking these two right here along with all the other things I mentioned are going to support you if you don’t have a gallbladder in a huge way.

They’re all very powerful so you can reduce having these different symptoms right here and ultimately live a better life. If you have any questions post them in the comment section below and I will go ahead and link up down below too the diet that we follow when we’re living without a gallbladder.

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