Your GallBladder is NOT an Optional Organ....Despite What You've Been Told.

Karen Fitzpatrick-Dame, ChhC, AADP

Keep Your Gallbladder Healthy and Free of Stones.

Your gallbladder is an organ that is considered to be part of the digestive system, that is, it is needed for proper digestion and the bile it stores is needed for effective elimination. We, and our doctors, seem to undervalue the job of the gallbladder and its connection with the body.

Longterm effects of gallbladder removal include, diarrhea, fatty food intolerance, gas, heartburn, nausea, vomiting, jaundice and intermittent episodes of abdominal pain.

Gallstone formation is one of the top reasons doctors remove the gallbladder.  Gallstones form when bile stored in the gallbladder becomes thick, stagnant and sludgy and over time it hardens to a stone like material.

Keeping your bile thin and moving is required for health, digestion and elimination and to relieve and prevent constipation. Your bile carries out the trash....and by trash I mean, bacterias, pathogens, toxins, excess hormones and other material that make us sick.

What's the best way to keep your gallbladder in good working order? Add Beets and Lemons to your diet. Beets and Lemons keep bile thin and moving. They promote the health of your gallbladder, liver and your kidneys and bowels.

Beet Food Nutritional Therapy Blends by The Beet Lady are an easy way to get bile moving, and to heal and maintain these organs and pathways.

Consider specifically The Beet Lady Lemon Drop Beet Food Nutritional Therapy Blend for digestion and purification.