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Have you noticed how many people, mainly women, and so many young women, are having their gall bladders removed? While the conventional perspective is that we don’t need a gall bladder, the implications are bigger than the gall bladder itself. Understanding this can help us provide clients with a better protocol both before they lose their gall balder and after, should it already have been removed. We’ll discuss the hormone connection, the gut connection and the liver connection and what to do for your clients.

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1. When bile does not enter the duodenum, it's known as:
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3. Liver issues are connected to
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