I can understand you're being skeptical of something you have no personal knowledge of, and the only place you are hearing about it is on an internet site. But, if you will take the time to read the testimonials of the people who have suffered GB attacks and have been helped by the liver cleanse, their stories...which ring true...should be enough to give you the knowledge you need to try the liver cleanse for yourself. After all, olive oil, grapefruit juice and espom salts, are not harmful substances. What do you have to lose. And like Lillian said, what do those of us who have tried the liver cleanse have to gain in trying to convince you that the cleanse will help you. The point is: I suffered terribly with GB attacks for six months, and ended up having my GB removed. I would not wish my experience on anyone! My only motive is to help those who suffer like I did, to restore them to health, and prevent what happened to me! The medical profession offered me two solutions: drugs or surgery. I didn't find this group until after my surgery. I was still having severe attacks; a stone was still in my common bile duct. What solution did my surgeon offer me? Another invasive medical procedure. I too was skeptical, however, what did I have to lose by trying the liver cleanse? I'm almost certain now, that I could have prevented my GB surgery, if I had made dietary changes and done proper cleansing long before my condition became acute. How sad! Well, I hope I have given you some food for thought.
> I have Gallstones
and have had several attacks recently. I would like to believe these flushes work but I am very skeptical. What
> solid scientific evidence is there to back up your claims? How do
> you respond to Doctors that say these are not Gallstones
but "simply soft complexes of mineral, olive oil and lemon juice produced within the digestive tract."? Make me believe!