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Liver and Gallbladder Cleanse

Do you have gallstones?

What about liver stones?

Kidney stones?

Missing your Gallbladder?  

You may have heard the term NAFLD, or Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease.   More than 1/3 of the population may suffer from NAFLD whether or not they drink alcohol.  

But what is it, and how does NAFLD affect our health?  

Skip to the end if you’d like to find out how to do a gallbladder flush!

The liver is arguably the most important organ in the body.  It filters up to 3 liters of blood a minute, and also produces up to 1 1/2 quarts of bile a day!   Bile is transferred to the gallbladder, where it is stored and released after you eat a fatty meal.  The bile helps us digest fats, as well as reduce the acidity of the stomach contents after they arrive in the small intestine.  

If this system isn’t working properly, then bile production can be reduced to less than a cup a day.  The bile ducts in the liver and gallbladder become stagnant, forming stones which become hard and calcified over time.  These block the ducts, making the problem worse.  

If the liver is congested, we may have have constipation or diarrhea, cysts, skin issues, hemorrhoids, osteoporosis, gout, allergies, gut issues, joint pain, food cravings, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, pancreatitis, back pain, poor circulation, and the list goes on.  And on.  And on.  

But you CAN reverse this by flushing out the stones from your liver and gallbladder, and it’s painless. Some people report they feel absolutely amazing after seeing hundreds or thousands of stones release from their bile ducts!  

Liver Flush Directions
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Read a funny but honest review of the process here:

Who should do a liver and gallbladder flush?  

If you have any of these issues or a host of others, then this cleanse might be right for you.

Trouble digesting fats

High cholesterol

Heart issues

Breathing issues

Pain on your right side

Unexplained diarrhea or constipation

High blood pressure

Fatty liver



Poor circulation 

Did you have your gallbladder removed?  

Then this is even more important for you to do as your liver is under extra stress.  

Want to learn more?  

Andreas Moritz has a great book called The Amazing Liver and Gallbladder Flush.   It’s a great book and will give you a great education as to why you have stones in the first place, as well as how to prevent them coming back.  

Want just the directions?  

Here’s a podcast that’s short and sweet:

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