You may not realize it, but your gallbladder has one of the most important roles when it comes to your digestive system. The gallbladder collects and stores bile from the liver. That bile is then added to food as it enters the small intestine, which helps our bodies to digest the food that we eat.
Keeping your gallbladder healthy is crucial for proper digestion. An unhealthy gallbladder can lead to a host of health issues including gallstones and even cancer.
The problem is that many people experience tell-tale symptoms of gallbladder issues without realizing that those symptoms could be directly related to the gallbladder.
So, I’m going to take you through some of the most common problems connected to the gallbladder and how you can return yours to good health using the Gallbladder Protocol.
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Deviations from Homeostasis
Many signs reveal whether or not you’ve ‘deviated from normal.’ You can go in either direction ‘away’ from normal. For example, when it comes to sinuses, some people could have a runny nose while others have a stuffy nose. Both are deviations from normal.
A runny nose usually means that the person is deficient in Vitamin C while a stuffy nose signals that someone has a lot of immune system stress. There are eight phases of digestion stress that your gut can go through and you can learn more about those eight stages and how to deal with them here: thedigestiondoc.click/stress
When our bodies struggle to digest food (fats, carbs, proteins, vitamins, minerals and enzymes) properly, you’ll experience symptoms that are deviations from normal. Many of these symptoms are directly related to the gallbladder, which is why it’s so important to not only be aware of these things, but to understand how you can bring your digestive system back to ‘normal’.
Some common symptoms that deviate from normal include feeling hyper all the time vs someone who feels very fatigued. Both are extreme deviations of what’s normal. Some other extreme deviations from normal include diarrhea vs constipation, hot flashes vs. low energy, too sweaty vs too cold and so on.
The Importance of Enzymes and Proteins
We can only get energy from food IF we can digest it. You need enzymes to digest fats, carbs and proteins properly. Enzymes do many amazing things in the body including digesting our food and helping to heal the immune system.
When my patients come to me with a potential problem with their gallbladder, I always test their urine for these specific energy deficiencies:
- Fat/Lipid deficiencies
- Carb deficiencies
- Protein deficiencies
Whatever the case, the patient is almost always struggling to digest one of these things. A patient can be deficient in one, two or all three of these areas.
You should never underestimate the importance of protein. I often say that protein is KING (or queen!). Protein is the best nutrient for healing. Without protein, you’ll struggle to find your way back to ‘normal’ because you lack this crucial healing nutrient.
Fats and proteins together convert into sugar (i.e., glucose and/or energy) in the body. However, fats and carbs together can NEVER convert into protein. This is why it is so important that you’re getting enough protein in your diet and that you’re digesting it properly.
If you’re having problems with your gallbladder, you may experience the following classic symptoms:
- Hair loss
- High blood pressure
- Slow morning starter (feeling lethargic or grumpy in the mornings)
- Light headedness
- Pain in abdomen
Another important factor to consider is your stomach acid. A leaky gut is very common in this day and age and it’s very difficult to avoid. It’s just a matter of finding out the severity of your leaky gut. When you have trouble digesting food, you’ll have low stomach acid, which means you won’t have proper bile, which then makes it even more difficult for your body to properly digest food.
The Gallbladder Protocol
If you’re concerned about the health of your gallbladder and your digestive system, the Gallbladder Protocol is just what you need.
https://drchristine.samcart.com/products/gallbladder-protocol/ includes these three products:
Smart Lymph enhances the vital cleansing function of your lymphatics. It does this by cleaning the fluid surrounding the cells in the body by removing waste and other impurities. This helps to clear your body from toxins and enables cells in the body to function at their best.
You need to take Smart Lymph on an empty stomach. Take three capsules in the morning and three capsules at night. Wait one half hour after taking the capsules before eating in the morning. At night, take your three capsules two hours or longer after dinner.
Digestive Bitters helps to prime the digestive pump and helps with heartburn issues as well as problems with the gallbladder, gas and bloating. 15 minutes before your main meal of the day, take a dropper full of this herbal supplement and apply it directly into your mouth. This is the second supplement of the Gallbladder Protocol, so you’ll take this after you take Smart Lymph.
The final product included in the Gallbladder Protocol is Smart Carb, a digestive enzyme that will help you extract energy from your fats, carbs and proteins. If your digestive system lacks energy, it needs a digestive enzyme to help move nutrients past an energy deprived digestive system.
Smart Carb includes a concentrated source of food enzymes with disaccharidase, which are used to break down certain types of sugars called disaccharides into smaller sugars named monosaccharides. It’s these smaller sugars that help to give the body more energy.
You can get all three products of the Gallbladder Protocol for just $99!
When you order the Gallbladder Protocol, you’ll receive:
- Smart Carb 180-cap bottle
- Smart Lymph 90-cap bottle
- Digestive Bitters 2-oz bottle
To find out more about the Gallbladder Protocol, click here.