> where is proof of analysis of what the stones are made of?
There is a story reported in The Lancet, medical journal.
"Apple Juice and the Chemical-Contact Softening of Gallstones," Dekkers R, Lancet, December 18/25, 1999;354:2171. #34484.
Lancet December 18/25, 1999 354:2171
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The Lancet reported the use of one quart of pure apple juice for one week. After one full week of the apple juice one cup of olive oil was used just before going to bed. The person was instructed to lay on their left side during the night.
This is an anecdotal case report of a female who, for 1 week, consumed 1 liter of apple juice daily and, on the seventh day, 1 cup of olive oil before going to bed, resulting in documented fatty stones found in her stools.