Thanks again for that thorough explanation about bile. It is very
helpful in understanding how bile processes and I know a lot of
people can benefit by reading your post. Laymens terms are so much
easier to understand sometimes than a educated thesis.
Everyone has to reach their own conclusions about what is happening
during a flush. Are the balls of bile (green soft throughout stones)
really 'gallstones' or are they only regular forms of bile that will
come out in the natural function of the digestive system and has the
flush method caused this different form of bile to be so visable and
stonelike? Are Gallstones that are hard cholesterol a different
animal to deal with in flushing?
Anyway, like you, everyone must reach these conclusions based on
their own experience, results, knowledge, and 'belief' if you will.
Whatever the conclusion is, we are all trying to be healthy, pain-
free, and happy. Good luck to you and everyone who is searching.
> The removal of water from the bile doesn't in itself cause the formation of
> gallstones. Many people live their whole lives without any having any
> problem with bile stones forming either in the liver or the gallbladder, and
> have it being concentrated for all those years without cholesterol
> precipitating from the bile salts. However, in the gallbladder the bile is
> made into a concentrate by the removal of water so that the amount stored