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Re: Malic acid
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Published: 11 years ago
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Re: Malic acid

There are limits to the amount of supplements one consumes. To aid the "thinning" of bile ALL you need is the equivalent of 2 apples a day. This can acquired by eating a wholesome diet, but there are some so called super foods, which include oats, grapefruit, and apples. These all contain soluble pectin and eating 2 portions in any combination for a week will give you about 60% benefit and eating 2 portion for 2 weeks around 90%. Eating more doesn't achieve more. If you have porridge for breakfast and eat an apple you are achieving the goal. Also bear in mind that other fruit and vegetables provide soluble fibre as well.

I have reflected on my journey on several occasions. I can see that people visit this forum for a very variety of reasons. All have legitimate issues but not all have biliary congestion. I have concluded that most of the recommendation made are legally safe; they won't harm but may not be powerful enough to clear stubborn sludge and/or gallstones. If you suffer the misery of biliary congestion then you may need to 'up' your game.

However, to use more powerful protocols requires the recipient to be sensible and responsible.

Do you have biliary congestion? Do you get unexplained bout of constipation? Do you have abdominal discomfort that starts around 4:00 pm in the afternoon and last up to 11:00 pm at night? Do you think you have food intolerances even though sometimes the culprit food doesn't cause a reaction? Have you had ultra-sound that shows sludge or gravel?

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