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Re: egg/lime/oil flush


I am glad you have raised this issue but am sorry that you are having problems.

The egg/lime/oil flush has some popularity because it is quite pleasant to drink. It would appear that a high (55%) proportion of lethithin present in the egg helps to eliminate the cholesterol released in the bile. There is evidence that eating eggs which are high in cholesterol add only minimally to blood cholesterol levels. There are some interesting articles written about lethithin. The term lecithin itself has different meanings when used in chemistry and biochemistry than when used commercially.

(Chemically, lecithin is phosphatidylcholine. Commercially, it refers to a natural mixture of neutral and polar lipids. Phosphatidylcholine, which is a polar lipid, is present in commercial lecithin in concentrations of 20 to 90%. Most of the commercial lecithin products contain about 20% phosphatidylcholine.)

I have two specific points to make:

1. That the egg/lime/oil concoction doesn't result in a strong enough biliary reflex to expel stubborn stones and sludge and these make there own way out post flush giving rise to the pain.

2. Certain egg proteins cause an allergic reaction that may have a connection to gallbladder symptoms. Some research as long ago as 1920s showed pathological changes in gallbladder tissue after ingesting certain food antigens. More recent research found that allergy- Elimination Diets were very beneficial to gallbladder symptoms in almost all cases. The food most likely to cause a problem was eggs. Possible a single egg protein is responsible and this. Egg white, especially raw or poorly cooked causes more severe allergy than egg yolk. Eggs are found in a number of unlikely products like: shampoo, ice creams, even seasonings and natural flavours may contain egg proteins which are not labelled as egg.

I would be interesting for the forum to know how people have got on with the egg/lime/oil flush so that we can provide future support for the recipe.
 

 
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