and as I said very specifically, some people don't have a choice, but most people do. Probably about 90-95% of people who have gallbladder surgery don't need to have it, because most of the times they are having gallbladder attacks due to stones lodged in their gallbladder, many of which started in the liver.
An MD named Dr. Stoll said that he used to recommend gallbladder removal to about 10 people a year in his practice. When he found out about gallbladder flushing, in 10 years time only 1 person has had surgery (because she refused to flush). So again....in most cases it's not necessary.