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Re: Cleansing right after surgery?
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Published: 21 years ago
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Re: Cleansing right after surgery?

Hi Joey,
I had my GB removed last Sept. (I'm 44) and I did a liver cleanse two weeks after surgery...I was still having "attacks." I've since done six cleanses, and passed hundreds of stones. So, more than likely, if you had your GB removed because of pain and gallstones, you'll also have stones in your liver, and the liver cleanse would be a really healthy thing to do for your liver. I'd recommend doing a parasite/bowel/ kidney cleanse first though, although many people forego this first step and are still successful. You can find recipes on this site, or purchase them at your local health food store.
I'd also recommend you read Dr. Hulda Clark 's books or one of the of the other diet programs recommended on this site. Making dietary changes are going to be the best way to prevent future health problems. (I have to say that I highly recommend chiropractic care as well. Your nervous system controls all bodily functions, so you need to keep your spine in good shape too. )


> I had to get my gallbladder taken out 2 weeks ago and was wondering if the cleanse is necessary or will do me any good? How long should I wait to do it? I'm not sure if it matters but I am 20 years old.

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