Sadly, gallbladder removal is the sixth most common operation in the United States1-3and it is all due to a fungal infection doctors fail to see.
The main function of the gallbladder is to store bile, an acidic substance that is composed of broken down red blood cells that have been crushed in the spleen. The spleen removes the necessary minerals from the red blood cells and they are processed back through the liver where they are bound to used cholesterol and other waste material from the body forming bile acid. This bile is supposed to be stored in the gallbladder and secreted during meals to help us digest fats. However, when the gallbladder gets clogged up, or removed, and cannot secrete sufficient bile you are unable to properly digest fatty foods and experience (symptom #5).
Once the gallbladder is plugged the bile acid begins to back up into the pancreas. This causes the pancreas to create and secrete excess insulin. Too much insulin in the blood causes hypoglycemia (symptom #4).
Symptoms include shakiness, rapid heartbeat, crankiness, hunger headaches, accelerated aging, and brain damage. Excessive insulin also makes your body store glucose, fats, and proteins that you really don’t need and putting you in a position of unwanted weight gain.
The marvelous pancreas is also responsible for making enzymes that are crucial for digestion and for making chemicals necessary for proper immune function. It is important to remember that cancer cells have a protective coating that makes them indistinguishable to the immune system and the body cannot recognize the cells as being cancerous when this coating is present. Pancreatic enzymes are responsible for breaking down the protective coating around the cancer cell so that your immune system can recognize it as a cancerous threat and destroy it. However, because of the fungus, the bile acids damage the pancreas, destroying its ability to seek out cancerous cells and provide insulin, which slowly turns the body diabetic and pre-cancerous.
When the gallbladder gets clogged up with fungus, the bile starts to back up into the liver, eventually damaging it. The liver is the primary organ that produces chemicals in the body and eliminates waste material from the body. Because bile is no longer digesting fats, they cannot be turned into good cholesterol in the liver. This poses a major problem because good cholesterol is converted into pregnenolone, which is the master hormone to all other hormones. It feeds the adrenals, which breaks down pregnenolone into its subcomponents such as estrogen, progesterone, DHEA and testosterone. Just about everything you could imagine is regulated and controlled by hormones and these are what eventually determine your personality and who you are. Hormones regulate digestion, heart function, thyroid function, neurological function, brain function, immune function, depression, anxiety, moodiness (symptom #2) and sex drive (symptom #3).
People with fungal infections typically suffer from short term memory loss (symptom #7) because they are unable to receive and manufacture pregnenolone effectively.
Fungal infections deprive our bodies of proper hormone balance and this causes a ripple of events that affect every aspect of our lives. Causing multiple malfunctions throughout the body, fungal infections result in sickness, cancer and an overall depressed sense of well-being. This bodily stress creeps into our everyday relationships, putting a strain on our family, friends, work and the ones we love. This is why I believe that a fungal infection can be responsible for divorce and familiar strife. If your body isn’t happy and healthy, your relationships will not be either.
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