What Could Cause a Gallstone to Form?
Most likely, something in your lifestyle is contributing to your gallstone formation. Most gallstones are formed because of obesity. Being overweight is a major risk of gallstones because it leads to excess cholesterol in bile, low bile salts, and diminished emptying of gallbladder- all which are factors of gallstone production.
A diet high in fat and sugar combined with an inactive lifestyle increases your risk. In addition, low-calorie, rapid weight-loss diets tend to disrupt your bile chemistry. For instance, if you lose more than 3 pounds a week, you could be at risk for gallstone formation.
Flushing Gallstones Naturally
One of the more popular gallstone treatments consists of a liver “cleanse.” With a liver cleanse, you are rewarding your liver for its daily work and in the process you are helping to alleviate the possibility of additional strain being placed on the gallbladder with the excess cholesterol and bile salts that can accumulate with an under-functioning liver.
The liver works hard to remove the incredible number of toxins that build up in your body. These toxins include a wide array of pollutants, including excess fats, alcohol, and, in fact, anything we ingest that needs to be filtered through the body.
A liver cleanse helps eliminate buildup of excess toxins and allows the liver to keep performing at its maximum capacity. An effective liver cleanse requires a day commitment for most natural remedies.
One Simple Flush
An extremely effective way to rid the body of gallstones is through a simple water flush. Much like the liver and gallbladder cleanse, a water flush helps cleanse the liver of toxins and also serves to dilute the bile secretions that can build up and cause gallstones.
Just as the name, a water flush consists of drinking water and lots of it. Even without a gallstone disease, water is essential to the proper functioning of your body. For the treatment, drink a minimum of 10-12 eight ounce glasses of water. Do not substitute any soda or carbonated drinks for the water. Even diet sodas contain many artificial contaminants that may build up and cause toxicity in the system.
Please contact your doctor first before you start to choose the best medicine for your health.