The gallbladder - what's it there for?
The gallbladder is a small pouch which stores and concentrates bile. Produced by the liver from cholesterol, the liver's intra-hepatic bile ducts deliver bile to one large tube called the common bile duct, flowing into into the gallbladder, where it is concentrated up to 5-fold. The liver makes 1 - 1½ quarts of bile in a day.
Bile is used to:
• Break down fats for digestion. About 20 minutes after eating fat, the gallbladder is triggered to squeeze itself empty, delivering bile through a series of ducts into the small intestines, where it is used to emulsify fats into smaller pieces with more surface area, making it easier for the pancreatic enzyme lipase to break it down for absorption. 90-95% of bile is reabsorbed from the colon and returned to the liver, where it is recycled as many as 20 times.
• Aid absorption of fat-soluble vitamins - A, D, E and K
To efficiently achieve these functions requires a good bile flow
Chronic low-level inflammation (CLII) involved in almost all health problems
"The medical kit of the future"
General electrotherapy health benefits. Used systemically and/or locally at specific problem areas of the body, its effective application has many benefits:
|Detoxification||Wellness / Healthy aging||Pain relief|
|Relief from insomnia||Immune system restoral||Anti-Inflammatory|
|Maximizes cellular energy production||Accelerated tissue /bone
|Muscle relaxation / rehabilitation||Increased blood oxygen
There are several reasonably affordable electrotherapy devices available for personal use. The following electrotherapies are those that have received a significant amount of positive feedback:
|Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) therapy|
|Near Infrared (NIR) class 4 laser therapy|
Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation (CES) applies specific frequency patterns to the head area, with the following benefits:
|Balances neurotransmitters||Relieves pain||Treats depression|
|Substance abuse withdrawal||Relieves insomnia||Relieve stress / anxiety|