The Liver and Gallbladder Miracle Cleanse: An All-Natural, At-Home Flush to Purify and Rejuvenate Your Body

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Ulysses Press, 2007 - Health & Fitness - 218 pages
Without realizing it, most adults have hundreds, if not thousands, of gallstones (mainly composed of hardened bile) blocking the bile ducts of their liver. This book illustrates how to recognize stone buildup and provides do-it-yourself instructions for painlessly flushing them out of the body. The author thoroughly explains what causes gallstones in the liver and gallbladder and gives practical guidelines on how to prevent new ones from being formed. He clearly details how gallstones congesting the liver impair proper liver function, which in turn can lead to poor general health and contribute to serious illness. However, the core of the book is the easy-to-follow, all-natural cleanse that has helped thousands of people gain the benefits of a clean, revitalized liver. This preventative health approach promises the reader improved health now, as well as a reduced chance of needing invasive gallstone surgery in the future.
 

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I’ve given this book three stars because the cleanse described in the book is apparently so valuable. It cleanses out gallstones in the liver, which Moritz states are a cause of all chronic diseases ... Read full review

Contents

A Major Health Risk
1
How Can I Tell If I Have Gallstones?
65
The Most Common Causes of Gallstones
76
The Liver and Gallbladder Cleanse
114
Simple Guidelines to Avoid Gallstones
130
What Can I Expect from the Liver
164
What People Say about the Liver Cleanse
175
Frequently Asked Questions
183
Afterword
198
Notes
207
Index
213
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Andreas Moritz has lectured widely on the subjects of health, mind/body medicine and spirituality. His popular Timeless Secrets of Health and Rejuvenation workshops assist people in taking responsibility for their own health and well-being.

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