What Really Causes Gallstones?

What Really Causes Gallstones?

What Really Causes Gallstones?

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hey guys in this video I’m going to talk about what really causes gall stones okay there’s a myth out there that a high-fat diet will cause gall stones that is absolutely not true let’s go into that a little bit more most stones are cholesterol stones okay so it’s a concentrated amount of cholesterol because there’s not enough bile so the real deep underlying cause of a gallstone is bile deficiency bile is a fluid that is made in liver and concentrated in the gall bladder by 20x and it’s used to help you extract nutrients from the food especially like extracting the fat soluble vitamins of central fatty acids and then the pancreas releases enzymes to help break it down even more so really the underlying cause of gall stones are a lack of bile because bile keeps the stone from developing it keeps cholesterol from forming a stone and also it disposes of excess cholesterol so bile is very very very very important okay and if you had your gallbladder out you’re gonna be deficient in ball even more because now you don’t have a sack to allow the bile to be concentrated so the original reason probably they took it out as you had stones and now they take it out and now we have a deficiency of bile even more it trickles down so you might switch the problem from a stone to another problem of a lack of absorption of fat tile vitamins or omega-3 fatty acids or an essential fact called DHA which is good for your brain and your heart so it’s hard to pull all those in so without bile it’s like washing your hands without soap now let me talk about things that can trigger the loss or deficiency of bile okay so these are not direct causes they’re indirect causes because they have to then do things that then decrease bile so high levels of estrogen can decrease bile and increase your risk of getting stones from hormone replacement therapy birth control being pregnant all of these actions can increase your chance of getting a stone because it depletes file and by the way the symptoms of low bile would be bloating indigestion gas constipation because bile acts as a lubricant also right shoulder pain headaches on the right side pain in the upper trap on the right side pain and the scapula on the right side anything on the right side because it can swell up and be congested and cause a triggering of a nerve that goes right up into this side of your body I put some links down below for more information about that high levels of cortisol can also deplete your bio cortisol is a stress hormone so stress can increase your risk of stones because it decreases bile and that can also include medication type cortisol like prednisone for example because one of the side effects is it increases your chance of getting a stone this is a biggie increase of insulin can deplete your bile I mean a lot of people have too much insulin probably 60 to 70 percent of the population so the thing that triggers insulin is course the carbs frequent eating but here’s the here’s one point I want to bring up when you combine carbs or bread or pasta with protein or carbs sugar with fat you greatly exaggerated the release of insulin so if you’re doing a high-fat diet with a high sugar diet and many of the experiments they do with mice and they’re calling it a high-fat diet when really it’s a high sugar and a high fat diet but they don’t tell you that you’re gonna find that probably you’re gonna find problems with gall stones or a lot of other side effects but the point is higher amounts of fat with low sugar low carb it’s totally safe it does not create a problem it’s the combination of the higher fat with the high sugar or the combination of higher protein with sugar together that’s deadly okay so anyway we want to keep our insulin low if we want to prevent gall stones low fat diets low fat diets vegan diets basically don’t have enough saturated fats to trigger enough bile so this is interesting because people think that it’s the fat that causes the problem but saturated fat is the thing that triggers the release of bile you need saturated fats so I personally experienced this in college when I made some meatloaf okay and my grandmother was really great at making meatloaf she sent me the the recipe I didn’t read it I scanned it it said take like a pound of hamburger take some bread bread bread mix it together bake it put some ketchup on it right so I didn’t read the fine line which says drain all the grease out of it I just kept the grease in there like all the bread just soaked it up like a sponge and I ate that whole thing now think about it I combined all the saturated fat with the protein with the bread dead the combination massive spike of insulin I had a gallbladder attack I thought I had a stone but it was just a gallbladder attack and in the middle of the night so basically if I kept doing that or eventually developed stones but a low-fat diet will increase your chance of developing a stone because you don’t have enough bile so don’t be afraid of the saturated fat as long as you keep your carbs low alright so the next thing is a fatty liver which by the way comes from high levels of insulin though now if there’s too much fat in the liver it’s going to obstruct the function of the liver and to that degree you’re not going to be able to make bio because bile is made by the liver cells so if half of it is fatty that means you get half of the production of bile so really this could be a culprit in why a person develops stones it’s a fatty liver how do you know if you have a fat liver just look down at your stomach if you have a gut you probably have a fatty liver but the best way is to get an ultrasound and just check it out anti acids can also disrupt your ability to make file and use bile and so what happens is the reason why you need to take any acids in the first place is you don’t have enough acid now if this sounds strange for you watch the video down below on an acidic stomach because what causes that is a low stomach acids I know sounds strange but what happens you don’t have enough stomach acid what happens the valve doesn’t close and the acid comes up if you have enough acid in your stomach the valve closes nicely and you don’t feel the acid reflux so the fact that you need antacids tells me that you don’t have enough stomach acid and stomach acid is one of the triggers for the bile to release from the gall bladder okay so anyway if you don’t have enough of that trigger coming from the stomach this can actually really create a dysfunctional gall bladder and create a whole series of problems a chain reaction that occurs just because the stomach pH is not correct and one last thing if you’re not consuming enough vegetables you’re not going to be able to feed your microbes in your large intestine the food that they need to help manifest the quantities of microbes that you need to help recycle bile so 90% or 95% of all the bile is recycled and a big portion of that is done by the friendly microbes in your gut so if you don’t have those microbes there that could be the reason why you can’t recycle biome another common cause okay don’t have enough I’ll you start increasing your risk of getting stones all right anyway I hope this helped you understand what’s really behind the stones and put your comments down below I’m curious what you think about this so I want to know about what you think about this video so please comment below and tell me what you think

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In this video, Dr. Berg talks about what causes gallstones. “The high fat diet will cause gallstones” myth is absolutely NOT TRUE. Most stones are cholesterol stones and the way you develop gallstones is when you have a super concentrated amounts of cholesterol and you have bile deficiency. The real deep underlying cause of gallstones is not having enough bile because it keeps the stone from developing and keeps cholesterol from forming a stone. Bile is a fluid made in the liver and concentrated in the gallbladder by 20x and helps extracting the nutrients from the foods – the fat soluble vitamins and essential fatty acids.

Causes of Bile Deficiency:
• High Levels of Estrogen – Pregnancy, Birth Control Pills, Hormone Replacement Therapy
• High Levels of Cortisol (stress hormone) – stress decreases bile, medication
• High Levels of Insulin – Pre-diabetic, Diabetic, eating too much sugar, carbs, frequent eating
• Low Fat Diets – Saturated fats triggers the bile release. Increasing the fats in the diet would decrease the gallstones.
• Fatty Liver – it comes from a high levels of insulin.
• Anti-Acids – it decrease the acid and the triggering effect of bile. You need an acidic stomach to release bile.

Symptoms of Low Bile:
• Bloating
• Indigestion
• Gas
• Constipation
• Right Shoulder Pain
• Headaches on the Right side
• Pain on the upper right side
• Pain on the right side scapula

Hey guys in this video, I wanna talk about what really causes gallstones. There’s a myth out there that the high fat diet will cause gallstones – that is absolutely not true. Let’s get into to it a little bit more. Most stones are cholesterol stones, it is a concentrated amount of cholesterol because there is not enough bile. The real deep underlying cause of a gallstone is bile deficiency. Bile is a fluid that is made in the liver and concentrated in the gallbladder by 20x. and it is use to help you extract nutrients from the food especially like extracting the fat soluble vitamins, essential fatty acids and then the pancreas releases enzymes to help break it down a little bit more. So really the underlying cause of gallstones are lack of bile because bile keeps the stone from developing. It keeps cholesterol from forming a stone and also it disposes an excess cholesterol. Bile is very very important. And if you have your gallbladder out, you are gonna be deficient in bile even more because now you don’t have a sac to allow the bile to be concentrated. The original reason probably they took it out is you had stones. And now, they take it out and we have a deficiency in bile even more that trickles down so you might switch a problem from a stone to another problem of lack of absorption of fat soluble vitamins or omega 3 fatty acids or an essential fat called DHA which is good for your brain and your heart. So it is hard to pull all those in, without bile it is like washing your hands without soap.

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Dr. Berg, 52 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of The New Body Type Guide and other books published by KB Publishing. He has taught students nutrition as an adjunct professor at Howard University. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.

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