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by Ellen Landauer
Proper bile flow is of VITAL importance to your health.
Here, I will share some fascinating information on this subject. I learned it from Spencer Feldman, a scientist who has done an enormous amount of research on what compounds are proven most effective in improving bile flow and helping to prevent gallstones and kidney stones.
What benefits can YOU gain from knowing why bile flow is important and how to keep it moving..?
Better food absorption, elimination, efficient internal cleansing, improved circulation, immune system health.
You will look, feel and move better, think more clearly, have more energy, be happier, accomplish more.
Problems that can be prevented with healthy bile flow...
Gallstones, constipation, diarrhea, irritable bowel syndrome, cholesterol problems, insulin problems and diabetes, candida and parasites.
Bile is a very alkaline liquid. Made in liver, it is stored in the gallbladder and secreted by common bile duct into small intestine. There, it mixes with food that comes from the stomach.
Gallstones are simply coagulated bile. They form when bile stagnates and thickens into 'biliary sludge,' due to poor bile flow.
Do you know that toxins in the body make the bile thick and sluggish? The more we are exposed to toxins, the more we need to attend to keeping bile flowing.
You see, your liver removes fat-soluble toxins by putting them into the bile. From its storage place in the gallbladder, bile flows out the common bile duct into the small intestine. Eventually, toxins are carried all the way out of our bodies by the bile.
Toxins slow down the flow of bile as it is produced in the liver and flows through biliary ducts in the liver into the gallbladder.
When our bodies are overwhelmed with toxins (as is so often the case), we MUST take measures to improve bile flow. If we don't, it can slow down so much that bile can't do its VERY IMPORTANT jobs.
What are those jobs..?
...neutralizing stomach acids, digesting fats, regulating pH and destroying parasites and candida, among others. Sound important enough to you?
Below, are easy-to-understand explanations of the vital roles bile plays in your health, AND the consequences of slow bile flow.
A very important role played by bile is neutralizing the acidity of stomach contents as they enter the small intestine.
The food from the stomach is very acidic from the hydrochloric acid (HCI) the stomach secretes during digestion. The reason the HCI doesn't digest the walls of the stomach is because of the stomach's strong protective lining known as the 'gastric mucosa.'
An important role of bile is to NEUTRALIZE the stomach acids entering the small intestine. You see, the small intestine (and the colon) DON'T have a protective lining like the stomach.
If bile flow is not sufficient to neutralize the acidity of food coming from the stomach, the acids can BURN the whole length of the intestines!
Peristalsis is the involuntary muscular movements of the small and large intestinal walls that move food along. Without sufficient stimulation by the bile, the intestines become sluggish.
Constipation is the result.
Ellen Landauer is an expert with over 40 years in-depth study and experience of the safe and effective use of nutritional supplements, botanical extracts and detoxification methods.
She is Certified as an Advanced Practitioner of Structural Integration body therapy developed by Dr. Ida P. Rolf - also known as Rolfing. This hands-on therapy is the deepest, most comprehensive body alignment therapy.
Ellen Landauer is also a NEWLY PUBLISHED AUTHOR!
To learn more about Ellen Landauer, see her detailed bio HERE
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