6 Signs You Might Have A Serious Problem With Your Gallbladder

In this video, you will learn 6 signs that show your gallbladder is compromised.

These tips apply to you even if you don't have your gallbladder anymore.

You certainly have heard someone talking about gallstones, or maybe you even had to remove your gallbladder.

You may have heard about it while talking with a friend or family member. The fact is that this is a common issue nowadays.

Located under the liver, on the right side of your body, the gallbladder is a small organ, hardly remembered by us.

Its function is to store bile, a substance produced by the liver and that helps digest the fats we eat.

Poor functioning of the gallbladder may cause stones, which leaves the organ so sick that, in most cases, the solution is surgical removal.

Gallstones, or cholelithiasis, is a disease that affects almost 10% of the population. It happens because of a diet high in fats and simple carbs and poor in fiber.

Additionally, habits like smoking, lack of physical activities, and prolonged use of birth control may also contribute to the disease.

Did you know that a family history of gallstones also counts towards the development of cholelithiasis?

Watch the video to see what are the signs that well your gallbladder is not doing well.

So, if you have any of the mentioned symptoms, avoid foods that are rich in calcium, fatty foods like fried foods, dairy, margarine and eggs, and foods rich in uric acid, that can also cause kidney stones, like meat, seafood, innards, liver, and eggs.

But remember that many people only seek medical help when the pain becomes unbearable, once they arrive at the hospital, they need to undergo emergency surgery. In this case, the natural treatments won't be of any help.

Get into the habit of doing these natural treatments once a year to control the issue and notice improvements in your health.



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