Apple Juice Against Gallstones

by Balazs


Posted on June 19, 2014


Apple juice is healthy. It contains a similar amount of sugar as the raw fruit.

I have found some articles about the fact that apple juice is good for gallstones. My godmother showed me an article about liver cleanse on WikiHow.

I've not tried the liver cleanse yet as I'm eating radishes every day. I've decided to perform a liver cleanse but I've some doubts about the following sentence: "You can expect to have one or more bowel movements the morning of the liver cleanse. You may see round, green stones in your waste — these are gallstones. Having gallstones in your waste is completely normal and means that the cleanse has worked well." - source WikiHow. I will write about it.

I think that apple juice has to be very healthy because I always have stomach growling after I drink it.

A great idea has just turned up in my mind! I will make a radish-apple cocktail and I will call it rapple. I will really try it.

Apple juice

I like it :) Though it seems to be made from concentrate. Drink pure apple juice!

 

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Welcome Friend!

My name is Balazs and I have gallstones. I had 7 bilious attacks (5 in the first week). I had only 2 in the last 4 months. I show you how I do it.

Balazs

 

  • Age: 36
  • Diagnosis: 2 or more gallstones
  • Symptom since: February 1, 2014
  • My goal: to become asymptomatic without operation

Your stones, your responsibility

Thank you for following my experiment! Please keep in mind that doctors would never suggest my strategy. It's my body and my responsibility.

Gallstones - Prevention

Eat radish! Radish should be your favorite vegetable.

I want to avoid gallbladder surgery!


Gallstones - Treatment

Medical treatment:

  • Oral ursodeoxycholic acid
  • Lithotripsy

Cholecystectomy (gallbladder removal):

  • Open cholecystectomy
  • Laparoscopic cholecystectomy

My strategy:

  • To eat radish and fat whenever I can
  • To consider it as a lifestyle, not a treatment
  • To believe in me