Understand the Connection Between Your Gallbladder and Healthy Bile Flow and Fat Digestion, Stalled Metabolism, Sluggish Thyroid and More!
If you have been on other high-fat diets (think Paleo or Keto) and are still overweight, your gallbladder or lack thereof may be the reason why. And if your thyroid is slowing down, then—amazingly—your gallbladder may be the culprit here, too.
If you’re like most people, you don’t spend much time thinking about your gallbladder or how it relates to your metabolic situation. We go along in our busy lives blissfully unaware of the hard work this organ is doing on our behalf . . . all day, every day. Many experts talk about the importance of the liver and write volumes about toxicity without giving the gallbladder—or bile—so much as a passing nod.
In this 38-page Restore Your Gallbladder Function guidebook that acts as an excellent preview to my book Radical Metabolism, we will connect the dots between the gallbladder and liver, bile, metabolism, weight gain, and hormone dysfunction. In fact, the bile connection may very well be your first clue to a sluggish thyroid, as you will discover!
In this guide you'll learn...
- How bile is the forgotten switch for weight gain, hormone havoc, digestive problems and body toxicity
- How sluggish bile may be derailing your thyroid
- The radical importance of your gallbladder, no matter what your doctor says
- How to know if your bile is toxic and congested the best fixes for building healthy bile - even if you no longer have your gallbladder
- How bitter foods jump-start slimming and improve overall health
Gallbladder disease and obesity are both occurring at epidemic rates. Problems with fat digestion have come into focus with today’s higher-fat diets, such as Paleo and Keto types. Some of the folks who have trouble digesting fats simply quit these diets when they feel worse instead of better, not realizing that the real problem isn’t the higher-fat diet, but instead compromised gallbladder function and sluggish bile. Bile is the missing link—you simply can’t be healthy without it.
About Ann Louise Gittleman
Continually breaking new ground in integrative and functional medicine, Ann Louise is a top nutritionist who was years before current trends like Paleo and Keto. She is internationally recognized as a pioneer in dietary, environmental, and women’s health issues. She is an award-winning New York Times bestselling author of over 35 books on health and nutrition including diet, detox, women’s health, men’s health, perimenopause, menopause, beauty and the environment.