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The night I came home from my near three-week stay in the hospital, I began to have the first of various gallbladder “episodes”.These attacks were some of the most unpleasant and painful I’ve ever experienced in my life.I’m a big believer that real food can eliminate health problems.I also firmly believe that synthetic vitamins and minerals are not going to do the job – which is why I know all those fortified foods sold in the store in packages are no better than cheap supplements claiming to offer nutritional benefit are a waste of money.In that span of time, I’ve discovered better health than I’ve had much of my life.I attribute the change to my discarding of junk and processed foods, and switching to meals made at home, from scratch, and wholesome, real ingredients.I was very sick for over five years to the point where I wasn’t feeling well enough to do my normal activities such as taking care of my son nor maintain a healthy relationship with my husband and family. Sometimes I’d have muscle weakness, heart palpitations, nausea, or shaking for days at a time.I thought my body was falling apart and I didn’t know why.
The breast and armpits contain thousands of lymph nodes and pathways for the elimination of waste and toxins to exit the body. Many conventional doctors tell patients that these lumps are harmless and normal.
I make compromises in some areas, while compensating in the more important places – such as with fats and proteins.
I buy organic grass-fed meat and raw milk for my family to make sure we are not getting genetically-modified material, pesticides, antibiotics, nor hormones in our bodies.
Had I known then what I know now, I would have performed the liver and gallbladder miracle cleanse to remove stones that were harming my health and causing the attacks.
Gallbladder and digestive disease have completely and utterly altered my outlook on health forever.
False or xenoestrogens are found in our food and water, soil, and many of the items we use in our daily tasks – plastics, clothing, personal care products, materials used for buildings, carpets and furniture, cleaning products, containers, and so on.