Over 500,000 people a yearhad their gallbladders surgically removed last year. In the ’60s and ’70s, Dr. James C. Breneman, of The American College of Allergists, published his research on how to prevent a gallbladder attacks and eliminate the need for surgery. While a gallbladder attack is extremely painful, it is not life threatening and can be treated naturally.
Dr. Breneman developed a treatment to prevent gallbladder attacks by doing what the hospitals do and that is to eliminate all offending foods and put you on IV fluids. Don’t eat or drink for 24 hours, or until the first wave of attacks is over. Begin with a glass of water; perhaps fruit juice, a slice of melon or banana. If the attack does not flare up you may be ok. If the pain does come back then try the following procedure: Purchase a half of liter of pure extra virgin olive oil.
Next, extract the juice from 8 medium size lemons. Begin the process at 6 pm in the evening, by taking 4 tablespoons of olive oil and 1 tablespoon of pure lemon juice every 15 minutes, until you have consumed all of the olive oil. Once the olive oil is consumed drink the remaining lemon juice. The purpose of the lemon juice is to settle the oil and prevent nausea. The stones should be passed through normal bowel movements over the next 24 to 48 hours.
Scandinavian researchers at Lund University Hospital in Sweden along with the University of Copenhagen determined that type 1 diabetics between the ages of 10 and 22 with higher levels of vitamin C have better vascular function than those with lower levels. Vascular problems can occur earlier in life and cause greater risk of heart disease and death in later life.
Researchers at Louisiana State University conducted a study on 26 men ages 41 to 72 scheduled for prostate removal surgery. For 35 days, up to one day prior to surgery, each man took 4 capsules of Polyphenon E. They found that serum levels of PSA were reduced by as much as 30 percent. A corresponding clinical trail also took place in Italy. Of course, a lot more research as to be done but maybe this one of the reasons Asian men have less prostate cancer.
Consult a medical professional before self treating any illness.
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