Why To Never Have Your Gall Bladder Removed

The Gall Bladder is Not an Unnecessary Organ

Sherry Brescia - 28/06/2010

A comment I frequently hear from clients is that their doctors tell them their digestive pain will stop once they have their gallbladder out.

Terrible, horrible, wrong advice...

Because then they have the surgery, and things DON'T get better.

Many times they get worse!

For a very good reason.

Never Have Your Gall Bladder Removed

Contrary to what many people believe, the gallbladder is not an unnecessary organ that serves no purpose and causes digestive problems for no good reason. It's a vital organ that serves an important purpose.

You see, bile (an alkaline liquid that aids in absorption and digestion) is secreted by your liver and stored in the gallbladder until it's needed in digestion. When you eat fat, this signals the gallbladder to contract and release bile into your small intestine to break down the fat.

In addition to being a storage area for bile, the gallbladder also concentrates the bile from the liver by removing water through its wall like a sponge.

So if the gallbladder is removed, although bile can still flow into your intestine directly from the liver, fat digestion is less efficient because the bile isn't as concentrated as it should be.

Mistake of nature? I think not.

The most common reason for a cholecystectomy (removal of the gallbladder) is gallstones.

Gallstones are the result of cholesterol build up from eating lots of animal protein and not getting enough alkaline forming foods.

(Hmmm. This is yet another way our bodies try to tell us how to eat. We need to listen better.)

So, removal of the gallbladder is just the beginning of your digestive problems.

Without a gallbladder, it's harder to digest fats.

And if your eating habits haven't changed from what caused the gallstones to begin with, you're opening yourself up for a wide variety of health challenges including:

1. High cholesterol
2. Arthritis
3. Osteoporosis
4. Heart disease
5. High blood pressure (hypertension)
6. Cancer
7. Diabetes
8. Diverticulitis
9. Colitis

...and many more.

Sadly, there are too many people without gallbladders now because of doctors that either don't know or don't care about the consequences of telling someone that their gallbladder doesn't do anything, as well as a medical community so addicted to the billions of dollars that drugs and surgeries bring in.

"First do no harm" got thrown out the window long ago.


This is another great reason to follow my advice in the Great Taste No Pain system.

To keep yourself out of harm's way.

Great Taste No Pain stresses eating delicious alkaline forming foods, and teaches you how to eat meat or other animal protein to minimize its harmful effects.

That will help keep your blood cholesterol lower, and make for a healthier gallbladder.

You must keep in mind that there are no mistakes of nature. Our bodies were designed very carefully by our Creator and no part of them is useless, regardless of what your surgeon might say to you.

Remember, those surgeons make a whole lot of dough-re-mi by snip-snipping things out of you. No snip, no revenue.

Take care of your body by eating the right way, and you'll get to keep all of your vital organs.

 For more ways to improve your health look at 'Great Taste No Pain' now to learn how great you can feel.

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