Best Foods for Gallstones
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0:00 What causes gallstones?
0:30 Bile salts
0:50 Supplements for gallstones
2:18 The best foods for gallstones
3:40 Gallstone causes
Today I want to cover the best foods for gallstones. Gallstones are caused by a situation where you have supersaturated cholesterol that’s forming a stone. But, just because you have high cholesterol, this doesn’t mean that you’ll get a gallstone. You also have to have low amounts of bile salts. Supersaturated cholesterol, in combination with a bile deficiency, could lead to gallstones.
The foods that we’re going to talk about are great for increasing bile production. Primary bile salts are made by your liver, and secondary bile salts are made by your microbes.
There are a lot of natural things that can help you increase bile and reduce gallstones.
A few potentially helpful supplements for gallstones:
• Bile salts
• Omega-3 fatty acids (as a supplement or from foods)
The best foods for gallstones:
4. Beets and beet tops
5. Cruciferous vegetables
6. Dandelion greens
7. Grass-fed butter
8. Apple cider vinegar
9. Lemons and limes
Potential causes of gallstones:
• High cortisol
• High insulin
• Low-fat high-protein type diets
• Vegetable oils
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