Lose 5 pounds weekly and cleanse and tone to relieve 50 symptoms!
It’s quite staggering, really. Every year nearly one half million gallbladders are removed. The result in many cases is that weight gain skyrockets. Your ability to detoxify is sabotaged.
To put it simply, your gallbladder stores and releases bile which helps to break down fats and acts as a toxic waste dump for the removal of toxins from the liver. Without a gallbladder, there is a “mismatch” of bile secretion to the amount of fatty foods eaten, so fats are not adequately broken down and bile can become overly thick and congested.
In addition, for many of our 21st century bodies the gallbladder is sluggish or blocked by stones or is not able to do its job properly because of a simple lack of bile-promoting nutrients.
Regardless of the cause, the results are the inability to lose weight, a tired and worn-out liver, and congestion along the gallbladder meridian which leads to sciatica-type pain, dizziness, insomnia, ringing in the ears, urine retention, a bitter taste in the mouth, nausea and pain, and dozens of more discomforting symptoms.
Gallbladder Tune Up Tricks
To avoid gallbladder congestion, pain, and the resulting impact on 50 various health disorders, you must learn all the simple food and supplement tricks to tune up and tone this vital organ. Through cleaning up the interference and enabling bile to more freely flow from your liver to the GI tract, you can successfully avoid pain, fatigue, and a whole slew of disorders while you regenerate your body and restore energy.
One of the most effective decongestive foods you can possibly eat is beets. Personally, I have never been a big beet fan, but when you taste my Ruby Red Salad Dressing, you will be astonished at how palatable beets can be as a daily accompaniment to both salads and drizzled on steamed veggies!
All of this and more superfoods for the gallbladder can be found in my new book, Eat Fat, Lose Weight which will help you lose up to 5 pounds per week my incorporating Smart Fats into your diet. It is truly a “no-regrets” eating plan that is perfect for post-holiday slimming and detoxification!
Best of all, you won’t feel a bit deprived as you feast on my creme brulee, special smoothies, sumptuous salad dressings (like the Ruby Red) and new zero calorie, zero glycemic index sweetener that cooks, bakes, and tastes like sugar!
Just click on this link right now to order your copy of Eat Fat, Lose Weight!
But, don’t just take my word for it!
I asked a long-time friend, Nutritionist and Author Kaayla Daniel, PhD to review the book. Kaayla is known as the “Naughty Nutritionist®” because she outrageously and humorously debunks nutritional myths. She is Co-President of The Paleo-Primal-Price Foundation, coauthor of Nourishing Broth: An Old-Fashioned Remedy for the Modern World and author of The Whole Soy Story: The Dark Side of America’s Favorite Health Food.
Here’s her take on Eat Fat, Lose Weight:
Is it time to learn the “fats of life”?
Ann Louise Gittleman thinks so. Thirty years and thirty books ago, she exposed the truth that the low-fat fad was making us fat, frumpy, fatigued and frazzled, and that we need plenty of the right fats for optimum health. With Beyond Pritikin (1988), Eat Fat, Lose Weight (1999), The Fat Flush Plan (2002) and other books, she’s not only dared to be controversial but worked overtime to help us get our fats straight.
And none too soon! The science is clear. Fats profoundly affect every cell, tissue and organ in our bodies. We need the right fats for optimum energy, endurance, immunity, brain power and lust. Fats stave off food cravings; carry the fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E and K; facilitate mineral absorption; cushion vital organs, build strong and flexible bones; contribute to moist, smooth skin; fuel our sex and mood hormones; reset our hunger hormones, and much, much more.
Furthermore, fats are required for detoxification, which Ann Louise reminds us is critical to good health in a world polluted with environmental estrogens, toxic metals, industrial chemicals, hidden dental infections, radiation, WiFi and other electromagnetic fields.
In this new and updated edition of Eat Fat Lose Weight, Ann Louise empowers us with clear information on which fats are bad, which ones are good, why we need them, where to get them, how to eat them, and when and what to supplement.
Most importantly, she reveals how to nourish the gallbladder and other practical tips that will make those good fats go to work for you. Clearly, its time to throw out those low-fat, highly processed and packaged foods, forget about being a vegetarian, “bread-atarian” or “soy-atarian,” go back to enjoying the full-fat foods that our healthy ancestors ate, and supplement with state-of-the art modern-day products.
In the process, we’ll not only regain our health and find our perfect weight, but totally enjoy our food. This was shocking information in 1999 when this book was first published. Today it’s far more widely accepted, but still a surprising, welcome and delicious truth!