Intestinal, bile and overweight problems are extremely common these days and in many cases a person can suffer from problems in all three areas. There's a reason for this: all of these health problems are rooted in the liver. Are you surprised? You may have heard many different theories about the causes of problems with the intestines, bile and excess weight, but you hardly ever heard of the liver being involved. This is because this information has not yet been discovered by science. Let's take a closer look at what happens in the liver to cause these problems.

When the liver is weakened, overworked and with delayed functions, a myriad of symptoms and conditions can occur, including bowel, weight and gall bladder problems. What happens is that over time the liver literally heats up more and more because it is overloaded with pathogens, toxins, adrenaline and too much fat in the diet. There are hundreds of so-called "liver pests" that can put a strain on the liver. Anthony William discusses them in detail in the book Help for the Liver , as well as the ways in which you can cure these health problems.

When the liver overheats, among other things, it also stops producing bile, which means that bile cannot break down the fats you ingest, whether they are healthy or unhealthy fats and whether they come from plant or animal sources. Because the bile isn't doing its job, your stomach's hydrochloric acid is being asked to do more work than it should. (Science doesn't know this yet, but stomach acid is actually made up of a combination of seven acids, not just one). Stomach acid breaks down proteins and can break down some fats if needed, but bile is the one that has to do that work.

A breakthrough in intestinal permeability

Because the bile is weakened, your stomach glands work hard to produce more HCL to deal with what the bile cannot do. But this overproduction means that eventually HCL starts to burn out and weaken. And that's bad news because HCL is the digestive tract's first line of defense.

When the HCL is not as strong, pathogens such as bacteria or viruses slip through it and can begin to multiply and grow in colonies in our intestines. Also, HCL can't break down dietary fat as well (it shouldn't even be its primary job), so these unprocessed fats pass through and start sticking to parts of the intestinal tract and colon.

And guess who loves those unprocessed fats? Everything that is harmful to your body! Bad microorganisms, fungi and bacteria, clostridium difficile (c-diff), streptococci , staphylococci, Escherichia coli, etc. Over time, these pathogens grow and move to different parts of the body, and this leads to almost all health problems. This also leads to autoimmune diseases. Learn more about what's really going on with autoimmune diseases in Anthony William's books Liver Help and Thyroid Healing , including the real, undiscovered causes of hundreds of symptoms and diseases still unknown to the medical profession. science and research or have received an inaccurate and misleading diagnosis.

These pathogens then thrive and people end up with a range of health problems and symptoms and eventually a diagnosis, such as Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO) , which is actually caused by the bacteria Streptococcus . Science and research still don't know that it's the strep that causes SIBO and that it rises in the gut, pours into the lymphatic system, and finally lodges under the skin, causing acne. Strep is an unknown cause of all sorts of other problems as well, including urinary tract infections, candida overgrowth, sore throats, sinus pain and congestion, barley, and more. Another example is when people are diagnosed with colitis - this is actually an undiscovered strain of herpes zoster in the lining of the intestinal tract (there are over 30 varieties of herpes zoster , but medical science has only discovered one). It causes inflammation in the colon. In Liver Help, you can find a list of diagnoses and then the steps you need to take to heal yourself, including the foods you should eat and dosages of nutritional supplements for each problem.

Science and research still don't know much about the gut. We have surgeons who can open and cut things out, but the inside of the intestinal tract just isn't well studied. There is so much that is unknown to the medical and health communities that it is extremely important to prepare yourself and become an expert on what is really going on in your body.

Weakened defenses

Stress is another obstacle to your health, your liver and your gut. Your adrenal glands pump out adrenaline when you're under too much stress and dealing with life's ups and downs. Waiting more than two or three hours to eat also triggers the release of adrenaline (you can read about this in the book Help for the Liver ). Your liver has to absorb all that adrenaline—another burden on this already overworked organ. Adrenaline also enters the stomach, weakening the gastric glands that produce HCL.

If you're walking around with weak or low HCL levels, you're going to have pathogen problems. Let's say you're eating at a restaurant and the chef has active Epstein-Barr virus (as many people do). A drop of the cook's sweat can get on your dish and when you eat it, you can also contract the Epstein-Barr virus . If your liver is weak, your bile is weak, and as a result your HCL is weak, you will not be able to fight off the virus. The virus will take up residence in your intestines where it will continue to cause health problems. Or you open the door to the doctor's office and catch staph. It's so easy to encounter these things in everyday life, which is why it's even more important to know how to protect and protect yourself so you're prepared to meet the pathogens and stressors of the world we live in.

The bottom line is you want your HCL strong, you want your bile juice strong, you want your liver strong. This will stop disease in your gut, whether it's SIBO, celiac disease, Crohn's disease, colitis, and anything else that happens in the intestinal tract - including colon cancer. It is extremely important to take care of your liver so that you build up good bile juice and good gastric hydrochloric acid, and then everything will become stronger and healthier.

What does the gallbladder suffer from?

The gallbladder is closely related to all of these, and particularly to liver health. First, let's clear up the issue of liver stones. Learn the full truth about liver stones and other liver myths in the Liver Help book . The liver does not produce stones at all (although the gallbladder does produce gallstones). For one thing, the liver is too hot to form a stone. Also, the bile ducts that leave the liver are really narrow. The stone could never pass through these channels, it would get stuck anyway. Worldwide, millions of people will constantly need liver surgery. All this talk about liver flushes is just not true, it just doesn't work like that.

What happens is that the liver is a naturally warmer organ in the body. But as it gets more toxic, it gets hotter - like pouring gasoline on a fire. Bilirubin and cholesterol in the liver mix with toxins such as heavy metals; pesticides; everyday household chemicals, air fresheners and conventional cleaners; pharmaceutical products that you use now, used years ago, or consume through drinking water; smoke from cigarettes, fireplaces or gas grills; fungicides; alcohol; recreational drugs and much, much more.

In fact, we harbor toxins and poisons that date back to the Industrial Revolution around 1800. The poisons of chemical compounds and toxic heavy metals that people started using during the Industrial Revolution have been passed down from generation to generation. Some toxic heavy metals, such as mercury, have been transmitted for 2,000 years.

We are born with these toxins in us. And then we collect more. There are all kinds of toxic ingredients in our bodies that are contained in pharmaceutical products. We have all consumed processed foods in our lives. We spray our lawns, parks and food with pesticides, herbicides and insecticides. These are some of the causes of liver problems that I mentioned earlier.

All of this creates a sludge in your hot liver and it mixes with the bilirubin and cholesterol and goes up into the gallbladder. The gallbladder is naturally cooler - it has a thin shell of fluid around it that cools it. When the hot sludge from the liver cools, it forms gallstones. Read Liver Help for more information on treating gallstones or gallbladder infections.

Science and research will not discover what is in the sediment, the fact that it is full of toxic heavy metals, chemicals and other poisons, for at least another 200 years. If the sludge in the gall bladders were to be analyzed, it would take so much time, money and energy to sift through the various chemicals. And all chemical companies will be held accountable. There will be big class action lawsuits about how all these poisons get into our bodies and cause health problems.

Diet check

Many people think they are eating healthy and not consuming processed and unhealthy foods, but they are usually on a diet that is hard on the liver. If you eat a high-protein or high-fat diet (and almost everyone does), it slows down the liver and helps pathogens hide and thrive in the body. Whether your diet is Mediterranean, vegan, paleo, or whatever, and whether the fat comes from plant or animal products, almost everyone eats too much fat that the liver can't handle.

Many people start a new diet and find that it works for them, so they then believe that the new diet is the right way to eat. But the problem is that most diets are somewhat beneficial in that they rid people of junk - processed foods, donuts, fried foods, etc. Most diets encourage people to eat more clean and whole foods. But in the end, these diets will not clean up the health status of people. Diets tend to devalue fruit and include too much fat, which will strain the liver and affect people's health. Almost everyone should reduce their fat intake and eat more fruits, leafy greens and vegetables. The "Tendency to High Fat Diets" chapter in the Liver Help book goes into detail about these problematic diets and the body's reactions to them. Fortunately, there are so many ways you can support your liver and body so you can alleviate your symptoms and conditions.

What is behind the weight gain

Weight gain is also due to the liver. In reality, it means that your liver has slowed down. In Helping Your Liver, you'll find a whole chapter on the mysterious weight gain and a separate chapter on a sluggish liver. While two other factors, the thyroid and adrenal glands, can often be involved, being overweight is actually related to what your liver is dealing with.

The liver-destroying substances listed in Help for the Liver mentioned earlier weaken the liver. Pathogens such as viruses (including undetected viruses) are present in the liver. Also, when we are stressed, that means adrenaline is pumping through our body and the liver has to absorb it too. There are also toxins that we have inherited and that we ingest in our daily lives. Add in the high fat and high protein diet that puts a lot of strain on the liver and we are on the way to a fatty liver or eventually a fatty liver and a sluggish, weakened liver.

Ideally, the liver should be strong and uncompromising enough to process fats, toxins and hormones with ease, neutralizing and getting rid of toxins completely, keeping only the high quality fats and hormones that can benefit your body later. The reality is that in most people, the liver is simply overworked and cannot process fat properly, so fat cells begin to accumulate in the liver at a faster rate.

The liver becomes so congested internally that fat accumulates around its exterior, developing a fatty liver and then a fatty liver. Fat cells then begin to accumulate in the gastrointestinal tract and eventually saturate the heart and arteries. Weight begins to accumulate in the waist area. Lymph weight is also a key factor discussed in the book Help for the Liver .

One way or another, excess weight is the result of an overloaded liver. Sometimes the liver gets so stressed that it doesn't take six months or even a year before the person begins to gain weight rapidly. But over time, as the diet cleans up and these liver pests are released and removed, the liver will begin to heal and the weight will come off.

How to move forward

There is so much misinformation and even harmful health trends out there. It is vital that you have these facts so that you can properly care for yourself and your loved ones.

* The best source of information about problems with the gallbladder, intestines and excess weight is the book Help for the Liver . In this article, we dwell on only a small part of what you can find in the book. We recommend that you study this book to have power over your health and to know what is true and what is harmful.

* Reduce fat intake. Remember that whether you eat vegetable or animal fat, it all puts a strain on your liver.

* Drink celery juice. Every morning, on an empty stomach, drink 0.5 liters of pure celery juice without adding anything else. Then wait 15 minutes before eating breakfast. This will help you clear problem cells from your liver and cleanse the organ, among many other benefits.

* Drink a heavy metal detox smoothie daily. This recipe will safely and effectively remove toxic heavy metals from your body, easing the burden on your liver and helping to restore your health.

* Eat more fruits. The fruit actually helps clear fat from the liver and also has powerful healing properties. Learn which are the specific fruits, herbs and nutritional supplements with their recommended dosages for various health problems in Liver Help .

Any of these steps can help you move forward. You can begin to restore your health and help yourself to overcome suffering. Whether it's gallbladder problems, bowel problems, or obesity that you or a loved one is dealing with, consider liver support. Take the road, one step at a time! Healing is possible!

Watch Anthony William's video on obesity issues: watch video here!

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