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Balanced Health Today Call Now 1(888)277-4980 The last few months of 2011 were indeed the season to be jolly! We were jolly all right. For Americans, It started with Thanksgiving and all the trimmings that go with it, then we had the leftovers. We just barely recovered from Thanksgiving when the rest of the holiday celebrations got under way. It seems like all these meals just never seemed to digest and then the next feast is laid in front of us and that feeling of being uncomfortably full seemed to last forever. Throw in traveling during the holidays, which upsets our internal clocks and then the stress of it all adds to the digestion anxiety. Exposure to a different holiday diet, perhaps in a different locale or country, usually leads to eating something we shouldn’t and this stress is compounded by knowing that while we feast there are all too many people the world over who have no food at all and so we eat what is put in front of us without being entirely conscious of its consequences in our bodies. Every year most of us make New Years resolutions to never do this type of eating again but temptations are always all around us and for some of us our willpower just goes out the window when the stress in our lives mounts up again and comfort foods beckon! In order to have some real questions to ask ourselves after we have indulged, it is important to review some symptoms. And because I have so much to share with you all on this subject matter, for everyone’s convenience, I am going to break this Celestial Musing blog up into two parts. (Stay tuned for Part Two: Best & Worst Foods for Gallbladder Disease) In Part One, I am going to ask you some serious questions to help you determine if that case of acute indigestion was indeed a dreaded gallbladder attack and also review what the gallbladder actually is. What is the gallbladder? The gallbladder is a small pear-shaped muscular sack that acts as a storage tank for bile. The bile is made in the liver by liver
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Balanced Health Today Call Now 1(888)277-4980 If you are experiencing frequent gallbladder pain, you likely need to make some dietary changes to avoid future attacks. Fatty meals, heavy meals, fried food, fast foods are best avoided. Many find that dairy products, pork products, chocolate, and a host of other foods can trigger an attack. You also may have some quirky triggers that you will need to figure out on your own. A food diary can help with this. Sometimes the results will surprise you. While some find lettuce to help a gallbladder attack, others find it will cause one! You may wish to consider a gallbladder flush to cleanse your gallbladder of stones and sludge. The herb chanca piedra, also known as stone breaker, can be taken over time to help dissolve gallstones. Apple cider vinegar is another common tonic that is taken daily to prevent gallbladder problems. (1 Tablespoon of Apple Cider Vinegar in a glass of water or juice once or twice a day.) Scroll down to to read many stories with natural solutions for gallbladder pain.
12 Apr 2017
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A gallbladder attack happens because of inflammation and irritation of the gallbladder. Called cholecystitis, gallbladder attacks occur because of the presence of an infection or gallstones in the gallbladder or from damage to the bile ducts that drain the gallbladdder. Cholecystitis may become an acute condition with a sudden onset or it can become a chronic health problem. Remedies for gallbladder attacks involve diet and lifestyle modifications, medications and surgery. Low Fat Diet According to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, NIDDK, an important remedy for gallbladder attacks is a low fat diet. The consumption of fat causes an increase in the production of bile which, in a diseased gallbladder, increases biliary spasm and pain symptoms. Donna D. Ignatavicius, MS RN, and M. Linda Workman, PhD, authors of "Medical-Surgical Nursing: Critical Thinking for Collaborative Care", emphasize the importance of sufficient protein intake along with adherence to a low fat diet. Adequate protein prevents the formation of certain gallstones. Gallstones are a frequent cause of gallbladder attacks. People with gallbladder disease should confer with a physician or nutritionist to establish an appropriate diet that meets individual needs. Weight Control The NIDDK report that a direct link exists between obesity and cholecystitis. One possible reason for this connection purports that in overweight people the amount of bile salts in bile is reduced, leading to elevated cholesterol levels. High cholesterol slows gallbladder emptying and increases gallstone formation. A low fat diet and regular exercise help control weight and cholesterol levels. Control Cholesterol Donna D. Ignatavicius, MS RN, and M. Linda Workman, PhD, further explain why individuals with high cholesterol have an increased risk of gallbladder attacks. Often, people with high cholesterol take cholesterol lowering medications.
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A gallbladder attack happens because of inflammation and irritation of the gallbladder. Called cholecystitis, gallbladder attacks occur because of the presence of an infection or gallstones in the gallbladder or from damage to the bile ducts that drain the gallbladdder. Cholecystitis may become an acute condition with a sudden onset or it can become a chronic health problem. Remedies for gallbladder attacks involve diet and lifestyle modifications, medications and surgery. Low Fat Diet According to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, NIDDK, an important remedy for gallbladder attacks is a low fat diet. The consumption of fat causes an increase in the production of bile which, in a diseased gallbladder, increases biliary spasm and pain symptoms. Donna D. Ignatavicius, MS RN, and M. Linda Workman, PhD, authors of “Medical-Surgical Nursing: Critical Thinking for Collaborative Care”, emphasize the importance of sufficient protein intake along with adherence to a low fat diet. Adequate protein prevents the formation of certain gallstones. Gallstones are a frequent cause of gallbladder attacks. People with gallbladder disease should confer with a physician or nutritionist to establish an appropriate diet that meets individual needs. Weight Control The NIDDK report that a direct link exists between obesity and cholecystitis. One possible reason for this connection purports that in overweight people the amount of bile salts in bile is reduced, leading to elevated cholesterol levels. High cholesterol slows gallbladder emptying and increases gallstone formation. A low fat diet and regular exercise help control weight and cholesterol levels.
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*******www.balancedhealthtoday****/glytamins.html Dandelion has a beneficial effect on the gall bladder. About 125 ml each of the juices of dandelion and watercress should be taken twice daily. Combined with a vegetarian diet, without much sugar and starch, these juices help to make the gall¬bladder normal. Gall Bladder treatment using Olive and Sunflower Oil An oil cure has been advocated by some nature cure practitioners for the removal of gallstones. Raw, natural, unrefined vegetable oils of olive or sunflower are used. The procedure is to take 30 ml of vegetable oil, preferably olive oil, first thing in the morning and follow it immediately with 120 ml of grapefruit juice or lemon juice. This treatment should be taken every morning for several days, even weeks, if necessary. *******balancedhealthtoday****/products.html
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*******www.balancedhealthtoday****/glytamins.html Other Gallbladder treatment application of hot packs or fomentation to the upper abdominal area. The pain of gallstone colic can be relieved by the application of hot packs or fomentation to the upper abdominal area. Warm-water enema, Physical exercise A warm-water enema at body temperature will help eliminate faecal acculumations if the patient is constipated. Physical exercise is also essential. Surgery becomes necessary if the gallstones are very large or in cases where they have been present for long. Gall Bladder Removal, also known as Cholecystectomy, is a procedure performed under general anesthesia. The surgeon makes an incision in your stomach and lifts the gallbladder through the incision. The gall bladder removal surgery may take about an hour or or more. The most common gall bladder pain is Biliary Gallbladder Pain or Colic. The symptoms include acute pain in the upper or upper-right abdomen, accompanied by nausea and vomiting. Gall Bladder diet, Pancreas, Liver, Spleen, kidney Stones Gall Bladder diet includes more fruits and vegetables such as Cucumbers, Beet, Tomatoes, Shallots, Grapes, Apple, Pears. Striclty avoid egges, pork, chicken, fried foods and trans fat oils when you are on a gallbladder diet. Does gall bladder disorder affect the pancreas, liver or spleen in any way? Do Kidney stones have any negative effects on the gall bladder? *******balancedhealthtoday****/products.html
8 Aug 2012
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*******www.balancedhealthtoday****/glytamins.html These herbs have relaxing and soothing properties which will help you in keeping calm and also relieving of the pain. At times, your gall bladder may swell due to presence of gallstones in it. These herbs help in avoiding this kind of swelling and help in the healing process. Rosemary and Wild yarn too, can be used in the blend as herbal remedies for gallstones. These herbs help in increasing the bile flow and reduce pain caused by gallstones. These herbs are also useful in controlling spasms, which occur in the gall bladder. Chamomile tea also helps in controlling the formation of gallstones. The herbal remedies for gallstones are very effective to reduce the pain and other symptoms associated with the gall bladder. You need to visit your doctor in case of presence of gallstones in the gall bladder. You may need to undergo a surgery as a last resort to remove these gallstones from your gall bladder. Nevertheless, if the case is not too severe then you can treat this problem with help of gallstones herbal remedy. *******balancedhealthtoday****/products.html
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Balanced Health Today Call Now 1(888)277-4980 If gallstones lodge in any of the ducts that carry bile from the liver to the small intestines, a gallbladder attack occurs. Symptoms have a rapid onset and may include: Steady pain in the upper abdomen that increases rapidly and lasts from 30 minutes to several hours Pain in the back between the shoulder blades Pain under the right shoulder Nausea Vomiting Abdominal bloating Recurring intolerance of fatty foods Belching Gas Indigestion An easy way to determine if your pain is related to the gallbladder is to press down below on your last rib on your right side and lined up with your nipple – if there is pain there is a good chance that you have a gallbladder problem. Curing Symptoms Not the Problem: The removal of the gallbladder is a procedure called Cholecystectomy. Of the 1 million cholecystectomys or gallbladder removals that are done yearly, it is estimated that only a few thousand actually need to come out! Sadly, as many as half of the patients continue to have pain after the gallbladder is removed. Rather than treat the symptoms, more care should be taken to heed the warning signals and determine why the gallbladder is not functioning properly. One way to relieve congestion in the gallbladder is a gallbladder cleanse or flush. I am not a medical doctor and do not pretend to give medical advise but I do want to share what has worked for me. The following recipe is one I have used since my first attack in 2002. I use it when I begin to experience pain in my right side, just under my ribs. It is a pain that once you have, you recognize instantly. While I normally do not have severe pain (because I do the flush before it gets too bad), I have procrastinated and had sever pain, nausea and vomiting – all of which are relieved by the following cleanse and passage of gallstones.
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*******gallstoneremovalreport.bonuscb**** - gallbladder removal diet - gallbladder diet plan - gallbladder attacks - after gallbladder removal Right now you are probably feeling terrible. Sharp pains may be shooting through your body, most likely in your upper abdomen. There's an unexplainable tenderness, and you may have pain between your shoulder blades, or in your right shoulder. You may feel like vomiting, or you may have nausea.
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*******gallstoneremovalreport.bonuscb**** - gallbladder removal diet - gallbladder diet plan - gallbladder attacks - after gallbladder removal Right now you are probably feeling terrible. Sharp pains may be shooting through your body, most likely in your upper abdomen. There's an unexplainable tenderness, and you may have pain between your shoulder blades, or in your right shoulder. You may feel like vomiting, or you may have nausea.
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High cholesterol in the bile causes 80 percent of gallstones, according to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases. Gallstones cause cholecystitis or inflammation of the gallbladder, which can result in severe abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting. In order to digest fat, the liver makes bile, which is subsequently stored in the gallbladder. When bile hardens, gallstones are formed. Eating a proper diet can keep the gallbladder healthy and prevent gallbladder attacks. Healthy Fats While high doses of saturated fats can increase circulating cholesterol and the risk of gallstones, cutting fat completely from your diet is unnecessary. Choosing healthy fats can keep the body healthy and the gallbladder happy. Try to cut back on meats that are high in saturated fats such as red meat and organ meats. Eating salmon or other meat that is high in omega-3 fatty acids can not only keep your gallbladder healthy but decrease your cholesterol as well. Remember, some fat in the diet is necessary to help control cravings and to maintain your brain power and healthy skin. Fruits and Vegetables In a 2006 "American Journal of Medicine," article, researchers from the University of Kentucky Medical Center reported that after examining the diets of 77,000 women, they found that women who had higher intakes of fruits and vegetables were less likely to have gallbladder attacks and subsequent removal of their gallbladders. Green leafy vegetables, citrus fruits and cruciferous vegetables were associated with lower risk of cholecystectomy or gallbladder removal. Whole Grains Whole grain foods have been shown to lower the risk of many chronic diseases, according to the Whole Grains Council. Eating foods such as whole wheat pasta, whole grain breads, quinoa and oats can reduce the risk of stroke and heart disease by lowering blood cholesterol. Lowering blood cholesterol reduces the risk of gallbladder stones. Eat 2 to 3 servings of whole grains daily.
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