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1. Gallstones in the Liver's Bile Ducts, Gallbladder and Kidneys


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Gallstones in the Liver… major cause of illness. Functions of the Liver Below:

  • Manfactures Cholesterol
  • Produces hormone and proteins; makes new amino acids
  • Breaks down old worn out cells
  • Stores vitamins and minerals
  • Recycles protein and iron.. These proteins are the main building blocks of the cells, neurotransmitters, hormones, genes, etc.
  • Detoxifies poisons and waste… the liver uses specific enzymes to convert the poisons into substances that can be safely eliminated by the body.
  • Filters more than one quart of blood each minute
  • Most filtered waste leaves the live through the bile stream.
  • Obstructed Bile ducts… make the bile highly toxic…leading to high toxicity in the Liver and the whole body.
  • 1-1.5 quartz per day
  • Bile is needed to digest ALL types of FOOD. Without the sufficient production of bile most foods are left undigested in the colon or partially digested. Causing further obstructions in the body.
  • To absorb fat and calcium from food… it must be combined with bile. When fat is not absorbed… calcium is not either. Causing the body to take extra calcium from the bones. Blocked Bile ducts cause insufficient bile secretion.
  • This is the root cause for most Bone density problems rather then from not consuming enough foods with calcium.
  • Gallstones in bile ducts are caused mainly by a poor diet of denatured foods and unhealthy lifestyle.
  • The blockage of the liver’s bile ducts through gallstones is the most common but rarely recognized health problem of today.

Book: Timeless Secrets of Health and Rejuvenation Startin Pg. 33. see Attached for more details

Detoxifies Alcohol

This topic was modified 2 years ago 4 times by Mark English

@markenglish2020_risingup hey Mark, what about when you've had your gallbladder surgically removed. I did, I sense it is the main source of all my problems, that entire system.

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I checked the book in the attachment and I read the chapter about the salt which says we need unrefined salt. 

I followed Hilton Hotema's book which says we don't need to consume any kind of salt and salt was put on the sea by demonds. 

Well, I'd like to hear opinions about this. The book seems interesting and contain a lot of information, but I'm not sure if that's the path towards bretharianism. 


I really appreciate your support in this post. keep it up and doing such types of great work continually.


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