Did you know the gallbladder is not an ancillary organ? God didn’t make a mistake creating us with gallbladders and thus they must have a purpose for our bodies. Yet the gallbladder removal is one of the most routine surgeries in our society. In this episode you’ll learn what the gallbladder’s purpose really is, why removing your gallbladder is probably not the best solution, how to prevent removals, and what to do if it’s already been removed.
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I am Danielle, your host, and your practitioner, and in this episode we are going on a mission to save all the gallbladders. Before we get started, I want to mention the Wilderness of Wellness. This is an online community I’ve created for women who want to live their life abundantly, not held back by their body size or symptoms.
In the wilderness of wellness, we get more women reconnected with their body, help them build healthy relationships, healthy habits, and deepen their relationship with Jesus. We believe in the power of community, being seen, being known, valued, all the while doing new and hard things. It helps build confidence for all of life’s needs inside this community.
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Yeah, we are going for that and a whole host of other things, but I would like to welcome you if you’d like to learn more, join or get connected here in the wilderness of wellness. Check out the show notes below to get more information. Now onto saving all the gallbladders. Think about how many people you know that have had, quote unquote ancillary organs removed organs.
People think we don’t use or need anymore. Organs, we internalize as, oh, well, don’t need these to live you guys. I used to be in pain after eating certain foods, drinking certain drinks. It seemed like my body was turning against me. The doctors told me I had a fatty liver yet, you know what they did? They gave me nothing to do about it.
Nothing to do about it. I didn’t even know what it meant other than that broccoli, cauliflower might be hard to digest. Oh, really? Cool. I’ll hit up that cheeseburger in Jack Daniels and I did. Needless to say, the pain never went away. In 2008, my gallbladder and appendix were removed and I had a liver biopsy and exploration done.
It was true that my gallbladder was a mess. It was true. My appendix had stones in it, but instead of asking why these organs were a mess, the answer was to remove them. Asking why means we may get answers and solutions that require something we don’t want to give meaning. Knowing the why behind meaning.
Knowing the why means we no longer can excuse our behaviors and habits, meaning after we know the why, we tell the true nature of our hearts desires. When we choose what we do next, will we do the quick fix? Bandaid it or will we decide to put in the work it takes to heal and live a better life that may require breaking old family habits and behaviors and thoughts.
You see, God didn’t make a mistake when he created our bodies with a gallbladder. Every single organ we have in our body is there for a reason and a very specific purpose. Sure we can live without organs because our bodies were also designed and made to overcome and adapt, and actually that’s how they work.
But at what cost? The purpose of the gallbladder is to stored, concentrated bile made by the liver. Think about laundry detergent. I don’t even know if this analogy will hit home with my younger listeners, but I remember a time when we had a choice between concentrated laundry detergent and normal. The concentrated detergents were new in my adulthood and I always dismissed that as well.
I’m getting less, so it’s definitely not worth the money. Concentrated laundry detergent, you don’t need as much volume of liquid in comparison to the regular detergent. Yet concentrated detergent has as much soap, if not more than the regular bottle. Okay. Now this anal, uh, this analogy is important because the concentration of bile and the gallbladder is like that small concentrated bottle of liquid detergent.
It’s potent and powerful in a small container. The more concentrated bile stored, the less the liver needs to worry about creating bile on the fly. Keeping the liver happy is vital because the liver is responsible for over 500, 500 different functions in the body. Taking one thing off of its plate is, you know, helpful of sorts, right?
Like taking one thing off its plate is helpful, so that concentrated bile in the gallbladder is wickedly powerful. Emulsifying fatty acids. Fatty acids is just the term used for the fats. You eat fats like guac, you know that extra guac that you’re paying for your olive oil that we know everyone claims it’s healthy salad dressing, the oils and your baked goods, and your dairy, and your candy, whatever it is that you’re eating.
It’s like the dawn dish soap working to tear apart the grease molecules in your dewatum. It’s that spot between your stomach and your small intestine. The only place that you emulsify fatty acids this matters because if you’re not emulsifying your fatty acids well, that means you’re not going to absorb fat soluble vitamins like D K E N A and you’re not going to absorb many minerals into the body either because fat is the carrier of nutrients into the cell.
The gallbladder is not ancillary. It is a vi. It is very vital to your livelihood and function of your body. Removing your gallbladder may not be the best solution because it causes more stress in your liver. Pain after certain eating, certain foods, diarrhea, skin, dry skin, fatty food, intolerance, gas, um, heartburn, nausea, vomiting, jaundice, and intermittent episodes of abdominal pain.
Just ask your friends. Which I’m sure you have one, at least one that has had her gallbladder removed. These are just the physical manifestations of a gallbladder removal that is not what’s going on inside. Inside. Your body is suffering. It is overworked, inflamed, and we know inflammation leads to disease.
In fact, removing your gallbladder can lead to fatty liver disease, which is when fat builds up in the liver and causes scarring and eventually over years of neglect. Of neglect causes liver failure. If you’ve had your gallbladder removed, stick with me. I promise here in a few, I’ll give you some support and preventative care.
Um, there is hope, I promise, but to prevent gallbladder removal. Means we must support the gallbladder. We do this by starting with your food. It always starts with the food when healing. Start by removing any processed fats from your house. If it were me, and I’m not one that you know, with my clients, I will not say, Hey, just go clear out your whole pantry.
But if it were me, I would dump every one of these things now and replace them. And I, like I said, I don’t say this about anything like at all. But these fats remove canola oil. Get the vegetable oils out of your house, the rape seed oils, the Crisco Safflower Palm oil, margarine. I can’t believe it’s not Butter.
Country Crock. Get it out of the house even if it says organic. Cold pressed has the American Heart Association stamp and, sorry, none note, if it has American Heart Association stamp, I would just throw it away. Anyway, um, any other cooking marketing lingo on the bottle, get rid of it. And guys I was, and I can’t believe it’s not Butter Fan and I still to this day prefer it on on my popcorn, but I don’t do it anymore.
Let’s get it out of the house. For oils, I would replace them with avocado oil, grass fed butter, gh if ghee has a wang to it, and I realize that. Having other people listen to my podcast episode or episodes that are not from the Midwest or not, maybe from the United States. Don’t know what Wang means. It has an aftertaste.
Um, GH has an aftertaste, but it’s okay to cook with things. Um, Coconut oil, large, tall, duck fat, et cetera. The next thing I would do is to start implementing my Prepare Bundle, and I’m gonna link it below. This is also part of the Wilderness of Wellness Success Path, so please, um, if you are thinking about joining the Wilderness of Wellness, do that because that we are going to get you taken care of anyway.
But the prepare bundle opens up the woos and the drains of your liver and other detoxification organs. You know what I’m talking about when I say woos, right? Like when all that hair clog clogs a drain, and in the shower, you gotta go have that pole like snaked out you in the drain, in the bathroom, wherever you have those woos that need to be pulled out.
The same thing with your liver and your detoxification organs. Again, you can find this bundle in the link below in the show notes. The importance of opening the drainage pathways is to ensure that your body’s able to remove something, or excuse me, that is able to remove everything well with no stops or sluggish paths.
We should be pooping two to four times a day peeing in ways that’s just like, ah, now that’s an empty bladder. And you know what I’m talking about. We should be able to breathe deeply and exhale fully. We should be able to sweat and have an active and functioning liver and gallbladder with bile flowing like a beautiful river.
If you don’t choose to do the Prepare bundle, then I totally re recommend taking Beta tcp. It’ll also be linked down in the show notes. Beta TCP is an option for those of you that may have some symptoms. Uh, just wanna like, support your liver, um, and make sure that things are going well. If you have a gallbladder, this is a formula.
That has bee juice, vitamin C, toine, and a few other things in it to help your gallbladder produce or reduce sluggish bile, but produce some very concentrated bile and actually sify those fatty acids, which then by doing that, it supports all, all of your organs and making sure that you’re performing well.
If you do decide to take Beta tcp, you will take one to three tabs per meal, one for a low fat meal, three for a high fat meal. If you’re someone who’s like me and has already lost her gallbladder, you’ll always need support for your liver. And I say always, we start by taking Beta plus. Again, it’s linked down below.
The typical dosing looks like this. It’s one to three tabs, one for low fat, two for moderate fat, three for high fat, three. Also, if you’re drinking alcohol at which I do not recommend, please don’t start drinking alcohol or please try to reduce it from your life. This is something you will likely need the rest of your life.
This product is affordable, it is potent. There is another product I recommend. Even higher than this and, and even better and long-term solution for this. But I do not recommend it if you are not, if you’ve not gone through the Prepare bundle or worked with me alongside me in the wilderness of wellness or my, with my membership or one-to-one.
Again, getting through that Prepare bundle is actually vital to everybody’s detoxification organs working properly. Think about this as a self-care opportunity, and again, the link will be below to find that bundle. Your dosings and things may be different, so please feel free to schedule a micro moment, like a consult with me or one of my team members and you.
Again, you can get that link below. But this episode is specifically meant to help you learn that your gallbladder is not ancillary and to protect it, it is vital. If you don’t have a gallbladder, it is even more vital to support your liver and drainage pathways to support all of your body’s functions and prevent disease.
Thank you so much for listening to this episode. I hope it lights a fire under your tail to take care of yourself. Just one more step in supporting your health and pursuing a life lived abundantly, not held back by your body size or symptoms. Let’s get out there and take a step, the next step that you need to get to work.
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