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Posted by: Twenzel, Tuesday, February 25, 2014, 4:30pm
Hi all,  it's been a real long time since I've posted but I've hit a wall with my bodies reaction to just about all food, beneficial too avoid.  Everything I eat in some form bothers my stomach from some discomfort to full on nausia.  When I'm being real strict blood type I'm much better but never really ok.  

So this lead me to back track to seven and a half years ago when I had my gallbladder removed.  Ever since I've had digestive issues.  Being that nothing makes me feel awesome I checked out a few forums discussing complication with gallbladder removal.  Some people will tell you they've had no problem but then there is a small few that have my exact systems.  

Each one of them have a hard time eating anything.  That being said calorie intake is very low.  Each one of them has an additional 20-30 lbs they can not shed regardless of their diet and excercize i.e. 500-1000 cal intake working out three plus days aweek.

Now my thought is this small amount of people with this problem I'm betting that each one of us is A or AB.  Betting that O's with more stomach acid can still function with out a gallbladder but us with low stomach acid needed our gallbladder to digest our food.

Just a thought. Wanted to see if any of you may have had gallbladder surgery and what issues if any you have encountered.

Thanks for listening.

Tara
Posted by: ABJoe, Tuesday, February 25, 2014, 4:45pm; Reply: 1
I can imagine the constant digestive difficulty without a gall bladder because whenever I have gall bladder or liver trouble, digestion is not good for me.

My suggestion is to look through the protocols for possible supplements to help...

You may also need to look into food combination / supplement issues to assist with digestion.  For instance, eating heavy proteins separately from carbs so you can supplement with things specific to assisting proper digestion of each item...
Posted by: Amazone I., Tuesday, February 25, 2014, 7:24pm; Reply: 2
I repeat myselve Twenzel.. please give a try to enzymes like Vitmanezyme or products of your country... and don't forget the MSM. pleaese ;) ;D...(whistle) and get your secretor status done... as well ;) ;D... wish ya g'd luck ... :D


ps.


forgot to mention: my observation in my clients showed up with especially A's to be vulnerable to gallbladder removes... perhaps coz of internalized anger ??) ;) .. :X
followed by 0's....here perhaps merely due to some of them cherrishing their "A-shapements all about outbursts...* ??) ;) ;D... :X
Posted by: ABJoe, Tuesday, February 25, 2014, 11:31pm; Reply: 3
This is a new article posted today which may help your digestion...

http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?m-1393360691/s-0/#num0
Posted by: PCUK-Positive, Wednesday, February 26, 2014, 12:21am; Reply: 4
Gallbladder and liver cleanse can work well for people without a gallbladder strangely enough. worth a look
Posted by: BCgal, Wednesday, February 26, 2014, 1:51am; Reply: 5
I had my gallbladder out in 2007 and after a couple months adjustment everything has been fine until last December.  I did a juice fast with my girlfriend to support her decision to do one and since then I have had diarrhea/ extremely loose stools, which is just the opposite to my usual.  I've tried so many things while trying to figure out why.  It makes me think that this is what some people have to deal with after gallbladder removal, but if that's the cause, why now after 7 years.
One fellow told me I probably over stimulated my liver with all the juice, but that was back in mid Dec. so I wonder why it still continues when I've been back to my O Swami diet since then.
Posted by: Seraffa, Wednesday, February 26, 2014, 2:02am; Reply: 6
Hi Twenzel I did a liver/gallbladder cleanse this week and I can appreciate things that Nomads could go through with livers/gallbladders.

I side with Amazone I regarding digestive enzymes. And I think the thing AB Nomads could easily share in common with A Explorers is the issue between "meat or no meat, acid or alkaline balance" in digestion.

That's probably an issue I will learn in depth this year.

I completed a Liver cleanse this week and I can definitely say if you progressively unplug your liver not only could you increase enzymes or ...something else....the liver cleanse will boost acetylation.

We sill live in a world where we are inhaling or eating toxins whether we want to or not, so there will be stuff collecting in the liver while filtration is going on. Give it a try and see how you feel. I've notice marked improvement after the first flush. I've also felt stones accumulate the same evening so it would be interesting to see how things progress with 2 months worth of flushing.
Posted by: PCUK-Positive, Wednesday, February 26, 2014, 2:11am; Reply: 7
if taking a tables spoon of Epsom salts in a glass of water on an empty stomach in the morning gives relief then you are congested in some way. and the lemon would have stimulate a flush without all the correct procedure that would have eased it like malic acid, magnesium. which may have clogged things up.
Posted by: Twenzel, Friday, February 28, 2014, 8:17pm; Reply: 8
Thanks all. This has been a problem since '06 don't know if it will ever be normal.  Getting an enzyme is on my todo list.   The reason it is pressing me now is my usually eating habits low cal, carbs, and sugar are now effecting my sugar  having bouts of hypoglycemia threw out the day. I eat and my belly hurts I don't eat and my sugar drops.

I'm trying but I feel like I need to teach my self how to eat all over again.
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