The gall bladder is a pear shaped digestive storage organ that is situated under the liver on the upper right side of the human abdomen. Sometimes stones from mineral accretions and rocklike clumps of cholesterol or other digestive substances form within the gallbladder and are collectively known as gallstones. The main physiological function of the gall bladder is the storage and concentration of a digestive liquid called bile produced in the liver. Bile is a thick greenish yellow fluid, which is excreted into the gall bladder. The gall bladder in turn sends out the bile via the bile duct into the small intestine to help with the digestion and emulsification of fats and fatty substances. The constitution and chemical composition of the bile content in the gall bladder determines to a large extent the chances of the formation of gallstones. These gallstones develop readily when the bile contains very high levels of cholesterol, other bile acids, organic pigments bilirubin and biliverdin, and other substances like minerals in excess. Gallstones typically do not induce symptoms of any sort and require no special care; they can range in size from miniscule sizes like the head of a pin or grow as big as a golf ball. However, if the size increases the gallstones can cause the blockage of the bile duct and bring about inflammation in the tissues of the gallbladder. This brings about acute and intense abdominal pain. A medical examination and surgery to remove the gallbladder is then usually carried out.
A diet rich in sugars and fats as well as one having a low-fiber content, is the most likely contributing factor to the formation of gallstones in humans, the specific underlying reasons or causes of the gallstones remains unknown and there could be other underlying reasons for the formation of gallstones. Other contributory conditions to gallstones could be the presence of disorders such as inflammatory bowel disease, and other digestive tract disorders. Women are at a greater risk of developing gallstones compared to men and are three times more likely to have it on average, people over the age of forty are also a high risk group. Physiological factors such as obesity is also a very real contributor to the presence of gallstones in the body, at the same time rapid weight loss can also result in the formation of gallstones in the body.
Because of its ability to lower the levels of the cholesterol in the bile, supplements of extra vitamin C are effective and important in dealing with gallstone problems. The vitamin reduces the chances of gallstones and has a preventive role in that cholesterol-laden bile is prevented from clumping to form stones in the bladder.Other supplements can be combined with the vitamin C during supplementation for treating or preventing the occurrence of gallstones. A fat metabolizing or lipotropic supplement combination, and essential amino acids such as methionine, are the best supplements. These actively promote a healthy and regular flow of bile and fats from the gallbladder and the liver and boost the performance of the liver.Existing stones are dissolved and the flow of bile is improved through the indirect action of the essential amino acid methionine on another amino acid taurine, methionine may increase levels of taurine, which carries out the beneficial actions on the gallbladder.
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