What is the importance of the liver/gallbladder? The gallbladder is a storage tank for the bile made by the liver. It often becomes filled with sludge and doesn’t function normally. This sludge becomes a breeding ground for all sorts of infections. They produce poisons called “neurotoxins” that make you sick. However, you need your gallbladder because the liver can’t make bile fast enough to allow you to absorb the fat you need to keep healthy. The key is to clean it – not to remove it. (If you already have it removed, you will need to take bile supplements the rest of your life).
The liver is in charge of:
1. Processing your digested food so that it can be used by the body to make new cells and to keep things working.
2. Getting the toxic things out of your body.
3. Controlling the immune system so you can keep infections under control.
If your liver is sick, you lose these processes which equals chronic disease.