Save your gallbladder naturally: And What to Do If You've Already Lost it

Save your gallbladder naturally: And What to Do If You've Already Lost it


By (author) Sandra Cabot, By (author) Margaret Jasinska

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  • Publisher: SCB International
  • Format: Paperback | 128 pages
  • Dimensions: 132mm x 211mm x 13mm | 181g
  • Publication date: 13 March 2014
  • Publication City/Country: Glendale
  • ISBN 10: 1936609169
  • ISBN 13: 9781936609161
  • Illustrations note: line-drawings & charts
  • Sales rank: 83,335

Product description

This is a book to help everyone affected by disease of the gallbladder or bile duct. Gallbladder disease can be painful and frightening, which is why so many people are rushed off to surgery to have their gallbladder removed. Is this the best thing to do - or are we being panicked? These decisions are complex and serious and it takes an expert in liver and gallbladder problems like Dr. Cabot to help you make sense of it. Dr. Cabot and naturopath Margaret Jasinska address: types of gallbladder disorders; risk factors; symptoms; natural treatment of gallstones; seven essential strategies for treating gallbladder disease; best foods and herbs for the gallbladder; how to ease the pain of an attack; gallbladder flush: to flush or not to flush; basic structure and function of the gallbladder; What goes wrong: why do gallstones form? Diagnosis: conventional and non-conventional treatment; and, sometimes it has to go: how to live well without a gallbladder.

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Author information

Dr. Sandra Cabot is the author of 25 books on health including the bestselling Liver Cleansing Diet which has sold over 2-million copies. She graduated in Medicine & Surgery in 1975 from Adelaide University, South Australia. Margaret Jasinska is a naturopath with over 16-years clinical experience. She has co-authored seven books with Dr. Cabot. Her principal area of interest is digestive and immune system disorders.