Monday, August 21, 2006

Exercise and gallstones

…Is there no limit to the miracles of exercise?

…HA has silent gallstones and before a doctor would cut, she found out that 30% of adults have these and aren’t experiencing trouble.

…A Harvard study done a few years ago showed that women who exercise 2-3 hrs a week cut their risk of stones by a third.

…They looked at 60,000 women. Even after taking into account obesity (yes, it's a factor in gallstones, too, yada, yada) and recent weight gains (same), the exercisers still were 20% less likely to need gallstone surgery.

…Put another way, a woman who sits 60 hours a week was 132 times more likely to need gallbladder surgery. More likely that what—a woman on a forced march?

…HA is doomed.

…Wait--how does 2-3 hours a week of exercise interfere with sitting 60 hours a week?

…HA also hears that drinking 4 cups a coffee a day can keep the gallbladder chopper away.


David Smith said...

Thanks for the great advice. If any of you have gallstones, I suggest you try any natural methods to get rid of your gallstones and save your gallbladder before you decide to get surgery.

Gallbladder surgery does have many complications doctors won't tell you about. They also will probably not tell you about natural options since it might go against their 'financial' judgment.

In my case, I once had gallstones and severe gallbladder inflammation. All the doctor wanted to do was remove my gallbladder, but I had a feeling there was another way. I searched for a long time for an answer until I eventually come across this very safe, effective natural treatment:

All I can say is that it worked for me and the pain is completely gone. Good luck whatever you decide to do.

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