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What are the causes for gall bladder disorders?

– The gallbladder is a sac located under the liver.
– It stores and concentrates bile produced in the liver.
– Bile aids in the digestion of fats.
– Then it is released from the gallbladder into the upper small intestine (duodenum) in response to food, especially fats.

Types of gallbladder disease include:
– Cholecystitis (inflammation of the gallbladder)
– Cholelithiasis (gallstones)

Signs and Symptoms of Gall Bladder Disease:
– Pain, mostly on the upper right side of the abdomen.
– Pain following meals, intolerance of fatty foods.
– Nausea, vomiting.
– Loss of appetite.

Causes of Gall Bladder Diseases
1. These differences probably are accounted for by genetic (hereditary) factors.
2. First-degree relatives (parents, siblings, and children) of individuals with gallstones are 1 ½ times more likely to have gallstones.
3. Twin studies that show that genetic factors are important in determining who develops gallstones.
4. Among non-identical pair of twins (who share 50% of their genes with each other), both individuals in a pair have gallstones 8% of the time.
5. Among identical pair of twins (who share 100% of their genes with each other), both individuals in a pair have gallstones 23% of the time.
6. The pain can come from a stone making its way down the biliary duct or bile tube toward the duodenum of the small intestine.
7. It can also be caused by a back up of bile in the gallbladder (with or without stones) that causes it to swell from fullness causing discomfort.
8. It can come from an infected gallbladder itself that becomes inflamed known as cholecystitis.
9. Stone forming or bile thickening or low-functioning gallbladder are important factors that lead to this problem.
10. The thyroid is responsible for metabolism and when it is not working optimally, metabolism in general slows down.
11. Your digestion may be slower, the bowels may be slower.
12. Gallbladder emptying may be slower.
13. Food allergies are also major contributors to gallbladder disease.
14. They cause a histamine release that can cause excessive fluid in the bile ducts.
15. This causes them to back up.
16. It is important to isolate those specific foods by eliminating them and introducing them back one at a time.
17. Watch for reactions with the food eaten, so that you know just what is causing the problem.
18. Inflammation causes a gallbladder attack.
19. Gallstones develop in the gallbladder when substances in bile form hard particles.
20. They can be as small as a grain of sand or as large as a golf ball.
21. Women are at higher risk of developing gallstones than men.
22. The risk increases if the woman have had more children.
23. The food that can produce gases should be avoided.
24. Gallbladder disease often strikes people over sixty years of age.
25. High sugar intake is another cause of this problem.
26. The bile of obese people is supersaturated with cholesterol can cause gall bladder problems.
27. Slow intestinal transit is another factor that causes this problem.
28. Some medicines can cause this problem.
29. Medications that are used for chronic problems are also a cause for this problem.

The Liver and Gallbladder Miracle Cleanse Healthy Digestion the Natural Way 3B Scientific VE315 Liver with Gall Bladder, Pancreas and Duodenum Model

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