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Gallbladder Liver Flush Support & Discussion Group. Intro.

For all the healthy practitioners members, we've decided to do a community FLUSH!!

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Gallbladder Liver Flush Support & Discussion Group. Intro.
Gallbladder Liver Flush Support & Discussion Group. Intro.

Time & Location

Mar 14, 2022, 7:00 PM EDT – Mar 24, 2022, 11:00 PM EDT



About the event

First meeting: Important 

Providing mutual support for this incredible time. We are all coming through stronger than ever  after covid. My grandmother always said if you want to be truly healthy the first place to start is by cleaning your filters. The gallbladder and liver have ducts that over time become clogged with grit from calcified, coagulated bile. By supporting a healthy detox from processed foods, dairy, wheat/grains. At least two day juice cleanse before the flush to prime the gallbladder and liver to release old buildup and start anew! Spring is the perfect time for us to cleanse and clear the old.

We will meet online for short time on zoom to talk about the process, get support in a seven day stint of really clean eating, then mostly liquids * juices or smoothies with the skins of organig green apples added. Something in the skin helps the body release the gallstones. *Additionally, I take capsules of Young Living GLF Oil (Gallbladder Liver Flush). I used this starting with one capsule the first day and then twice a day on day two. Then 2 twice a day until you are finished with the flush, you can continue unitl you finish the bottle thereafter. Please contact Luana if you wish to purchase and pick up in Chelsea venmo to You Can Thrive

To start even before the cleanse heres's some nutrition info. For a healthy gallbladder, incorporate the following ORGANIC foods into your diet:

  • green apples w/skin
  • citrus fruits and peel oil
  • dark, leafy greens
  • tomatoes *nightshades can be inflammatory so remove seeds
  • olive oil
  • sardines
  • fish and shellfish
  • grass fed dairy
  • beans *pressure cooked is best
  • raw nuts *almonds, macadamia, pine nuts have less lectins *use butters if you have diviteculi issues
  • lentils. *pressure cooked is best
  • tempeh
  • artichokes

Eating a healthy, well-balanced diet full of fruits and vegetables is the best way to improve and protect your gallbladder’s health. Fruits and vegetables are full of nutrients and fiber, the latter of which is essential to a healthy gallbladder.

Some of the listed foods are either high in vitamin C, calcium, or B vitamins, which are also good for your gallbladder.

It’s thought that eating more plant-based protein could also help prevent gallbladder disease. Foods like beans, nuts, lentils, tofu, and tempeh (as long as you aren’t allergic to soy) are excellent alternatives for red meat.

 Foods that aggravate your gallbladder 

Avoid the following foods for a healthy gallbladder diet:

  • vegetable oil
  • peanut oil
  • refined white foods (breads, pastas, etc.)
  • foods high in bad fat
  • processed foods

You may wish to avoid certain foods to help protect your gallbladder. The biggest problem foods are greasy high-fat and processed foods. Foods that are greasy or fried in oils like vegetable oil and peanut oil are more difficult to break down and can cause gallbladder problems.

Foods with trans fats, like those in processed or commercially baked products, can also be harmful to gallbladder health.

Avoiding refined white foods, like white pastas, breads, and sugars, can protect your gallbladder. You should also avoid alcohol and tobacco (except as an offering for spiritual ceremony).

Here is a sample simple 21 day detos diet that can serve to guide you. Participants may start when ever they want but hopefully we can all do the flush together during equinox! 

Liver & Gallbladder Health

21-day Liver & Gallbladder Detox for Better Health

For 21-days, start off with a regimen of [Organic] Beet Juice in a Nutribullet/Vitamix or other strong blender, alone or combined with [Organic] Apples 🍏 and Carrots for taste. This must be consumed immediately after blending to get the full effects of the nutrients that support liver regeneration.

Along with the morning Beet juice mixture, I would recommend The Good Herbs Liver and Gallbladder Support, you can find this at


  • Beets are known to help increase bile production, an important liver function. They can also help to activate liver enzymes which are needed to break down toxins, produce bile, and help the blood to clot.

Beetroot is naturally high in antioxidants and nitrates. Eating beets can help with inflammation of the liver and protect against the risk of liver damage.

SUPPLEMENT FACTS: Good Herbs Liver and Gallbladder Health

  • Proprietary Herbal Extract Blend (Bupleurum Root, Burdock Root, Chicory Root, Milk Thistle, Seed, Rhubarb Root (Chinese), Turmeric Root, Yellow Dock Root).


SUGGESTED USE: Note: Do not use plant minerals in the beet juice, beets have phytates and the chief concern about phytates is that they can bind to certain dietary minerals and slow their absorption. Use the minerals together with the Good Herbs in water or a non-phytate containing juice.

  • Adults mix one or two fluid ounces in a small glass of fruit or vegetable juice of your choice. Drink during or after meals one to three times a day or as desired. For children reduce amount by two-thirds.

Do this for 21-day but start the Good Herbs and Minerals 1 week prior to the Beet Juice regimen. It is highly recommended that you omit a diet of fried foods, high calories, added nitrates, and eat a daily diet of leafy green, [organic] vegetables, organic fruits, nuts, legumes, and lots of water.

This event has a group. You’re welcome to join the group once you register for the event.


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