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Re: ...on tests and testing in Lancet


I suggest you read the Lancet report again.
It was vague.
There was NO MENTION OF A QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS which would have given the Chemical Composition of the 'stones'

The in vitro attempt to reproduce similar stone from Olive-Oil and Lemon Juice only had a result after using Potassium Hydroxide ( caustic potash)to cause precipitation ???

Hardly mimicking the human digestive process.

The objects that were produced where 'White' But this did not seem to have aroused any interest.

The Lancet report was easily seen to be flawed and unhelpful either to the Medicos or the Laymen.

I would like to see this subject brought to a proper scientific conclusion.
Either the Medicos are wrong or the Advocates of the Oil/Juice Cleanse are wrong.
Both sides have a vested interest in this not being settled.

I have done the cleanse. It seemed to have worked OK. But until I am satisfied that the Green Stones are really Gallstones I cannot in all concience make such a claim.
Remember purging the gut if not traumatic, often has a benificial effect.

 

 
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