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Re: Issue 177: Science Project: Dyeing to Know the Answer
 
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Re: Issue 177: Science Project: Dyeing to Know the Answer


I don't see how this proves anything, other than things in your bowels can be dyed by consuming colorants. The stones could easily have been dyed whilst in the bowels AFTER they were released from the gallbladder / liver. If you eat lots of beatroot and your entire stool turns red, does this mean the other food you ate was somehow made from beatroot? It's the same bad logic. Andreas Moritz stated that the pea-green stones are generally soft like putty and can consist of up to 95% cholesterol. The calcified stones are the hard ones. I suggest you properly read Andreas Moritz 's book 'The Amazing Liver & Gallbladder Flush'. Best wishes.
 

 
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