but the Liver and Gall Bladder
The root cause of an unhealthy gallbladder and/or gall stones, is not in the gall bladder.
With what we know now, about the gall bladder, more specifically the role of bile, every effort should be made to save this precious organ. Removing the gallbladder does NOT address the 'root cause'. It is like blaming the fire that burned down Gotham City, not the 'villains' who started the fire. The 'villains' still roam freely!
In this 1.5 hours webinar, you will learn about boosting your health by looking after your bile and liver.
Low vitamin D levels
Blood sugar lows and high
Post menopause 'blah'
At the New School Of Nutritional Medicine, we believe the gall bladder is VITAL. We like a more naturopathic approach to health and wellbeing. Did you know the bile and all the work to make it and get it to the gall bladder is now considered as phase 2.5 of detoxification?
how to support your health and well being with a focus on the gall bladder
how to support your health and well being with OR without a gall bladder
why the BILE is brilliant
about the dynamic duo and how to support the loyal liver
which foods and nutritional supplements support the dynamic duo
to plan ahead for a healthy baby
to avoid the pregnancy and menopause gall bladder ‘mayhem’, (aka cholestasis and oestrogen dominance, bloating, middle fat)
why gall stones develop and how can you avoid them
the roles of bile including the gut-mind connection
how to prevent the likelihood of conditions such as type 2 diabetes, auto-immune conditions, cardiovascular disease to name some
Did you know it is possible to avoid gall bladder removal?
In this webinar you will learn about blood tests that can help you pick up gall bladder issues before they become more severe.
This educational webinar is practical and relevant for the many conditions of today. It covers thyroid health, blood sugar regulation, the microbiome, along side the gall bladder and liver. Nothing really works in isolation in the body. You will learn how to look after the bile ducts, these are the transport vessels for the bile. Why do they get ignored? Did you know there is an auto-immune condition that can impact these bile ducts? This can also be linked to Hashimoto's. The bile ducts have their main home in the liver.
Attended an online webinar which I really enjoyed. The knowledge and information provided was amazing as was the structure of the course. Would highly recommend and I am looking forward to completing more learning with the New School of Nutrition in the future.
Informative, relatable and taught in a way that is clear for everyone to understand. Really enjoyed the webinar!
whether you have a gall bladder or not.
if you want to avoid gallstones and look after your health
if you have had gallstone 'attacks'
if your stools stick to the loo, and/or float
if you are peri-menopausal
if you are menopausal
if you are estrogen dominant (PMS, fibroids, overweight)
if you are planning a healthy pre-conceptual programme and/or a healthy pregnancy
if you have belly fat that is not shifting
if you have been told you have a fatty liver
if you want to learn which blood test parameters to keep 'an eye on' in order to ensure you are not on the verge of gallstones or fatty liver
if you want to know about the link between the thyroid and the gall bladder