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Cure gallbladder problems naturally

April 17, 2021
Dipl-Biol. Dorothee Ogroske et al.

Bloating, flatulence, fat intolerance, and in some cases nausea or heartburn are often symptoms of problems in the hepatobiliary system. Vital mushrooms and bitter substances are ideal for the natural prevention and treatment of functional disorders of the gallbladder and bile ducts.

Function of the bile

The bile is crucial: only with its help can we digest the fats ingested with food well. Bile acids in particular emulsify fats in the aqueous small intestinal environment. Only then do they become degradable for the pancreatic enzymes.

In addition, bile forms an important excretory fluid through which toxins and metabolized hormones, such as estrogen and testosterone, can be eliminated. Thus, it plays a significant role in the detoxification of the body. 90% of bile is transported from the intestine back to the liver. This means that the liver only has to produce 10% of the bile acids anew.

If bile production or reabsorption from the intestine is disturbed, this can lead to digestive problems, pain on the right side under the ribcage or inflammation of the gallbladder (usually caused by gallstones).

Natural therapy and prevention through medicinal mushrooms and bitter substances

A diet rich in bitter substances stimulates the formation of salivary, gastric and biliary juices. For example, a natural liver gall tea, artichokes, milk thistle, various herbs and spices are helpful.

Medicinal mushrooms or vital mushrooms also very effectively support the system of liver and gall bladder. They specifically strengthen the organs, help detoxification, have cholesterol-lowering, anti-inflammatory and circulation-enhancing effects.

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