- Avoid alcohol and foods richest in saturated fats and cholesterol such as heavy meat, dairy and eggs.
- Also, avoid peanuts and eat other nuts sparingly, if at all
- Eat primarily a myriad of fresh vegetables, sprouts, unrefined grains, legumes and fruits
- Pear, radish, parsnip, seaweeds, lemons, limes and turmeric assist the gallstone removal. These foods can be emphasized during the cleanse. Add 1/2 tsp of turmeric powder to every meal or use the fresh turmeric root.
- Cleaver or chamomile tea (3-5 cups a day)
- Fresh, cold-pressed flax oil
Your physician can confirm the presence of gallstones for you. The gradual cleansing method described above may assist in the gradual removal of small and large gallstones.
When smaller stones are present the gallbladder can also be purged by a ‘one day’ ritual called the ‘Gallbladder Flush’ or ‘Liver Cleanse Program’. There are many variations of this cleanse but I recommend the one by Hulda Regehr Clark as I conduct this myself with great success. I love it when I use this method to cleanse my liver bile duct. It improves digestion, which is the basis of your whole health.
ATTENTION: I highly recommend that you do not perform this ‘Gallbladder Flush before a parasite cleanse and any dental work you may need. There are various products that assist with cleansing parasites. A very good one is the PAREX from Metagenics. Please contact me if you need more information on the parasite cleanse or this product.
Pitchford, P. (2002). Healing with whole foods: Asian traditions and modern nutrition (3rd ed). Berkeley: North Atlantic Books.