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Gallbladder Cleanse – How To Do A Gallbladder Flush & Cleanse

August 26, 2019

Greetings, Greetings! Eric Bakker. Naturopath from New Zealand. Author of Candida Crusher, and also creator
of this YouTube channel. Thanks so much for checking out the channel. I really appreciate all your feedback. The comments have been very, very good. I’ve had many people over time asking me to
do some videos on detoxification and cleansing. Liver cleansing, kidney cleansing, things
like that. I just did a video yesterday, which I uploaded
on how to do a liver cleanse, so I hope you’ve seen that one because that is the precursor,
or the video you need to watch right now. So click on the link right now if you haven’t
seen it, watch that first, and then catch me back here. If you’ve seen it, awesome. We’re going to talk about a gallbladder flush. That�s going to be the topic. I don’t want you doing a gallbladder flush
until you’ve done a liver cleanse. It make sense? Makes sense to me. The liver produces stuff called bile-this
green stuff. Looks a bit like dishwashing liquid. That’s what we’re going to talk about-dishwashing
liquid. I like giving people examples in real life
instead of these high falutin biochemical technical sort of talks. Most people who watch my videos are just like
me-they’re plain common sense people, and that’s why I like to create common sense videos. Not some crazy wacky stuff where I wear white
coats and talk about all these equations and junk that people aren’t interested in. What’s dishwashing liquid got to do with the
gallbladder? What a crazy thing that Bakker’s talking about
now. Well, let me tell you. We’ve got this stuff in New Zealand called
Palmolive. I don’t know if you’ve got that in the States
or Canada or wherever you’re watching this from. It’s this green dishwashing liquid. I worked out a long time ago when I was a
kid that if you’re washing dishes and you’ve got hot water and you’ve just had some greasy
pork chops or a nice piece of fatty pizza or you’ve eaten something with a bit of fat
on it. You put that in your sink, you fill it up
with water, and then you try and wash the fat off with water. So what happens? Is it going to come off? Probably it’s going to roll off, isn’t it? The fat’s not really going to break down with
the water, is it? What happens when you put one drop of dishwashing
liquid on a fatty plate? Poof. All the fat starts to dissolve. It breaks down. It emulsifies and creates a chemical reaction
where the fat breaks down under the presence of this particular substance called dishwashing
liquid. Now bile does the same stuff in your gut with
fat. It helps to break fat down. It helps to emulsify-to clean and move out. Bile is quite a toxic substance, so the liver
likes to get rid of junk, and it will do so through the bile. Remember, we spoke in the previous video on
liver detox about the two main pathways. Phase one, phase two. Phase one is a bunch of enzymes, phase two
works by way of four or five chemical reactions we call glucuronidation. Toxins come into the liver. It’s a huge chemical factory that gets rid
of the poisons out of the body, no matter what poison it is, birth control pill, paracetamol,
last night’s dinner that contained some chemical junk, stuff you’ve been breathing in the air,
all sorts of junk that your body makes, processes with normal metabolism. All this crap is in the blood, which gets
cleaned by the liver. These toxins come into the liver. They get made even more toxic through this
enzymatic process, and then shunted into another pathway where they get rendered into substances
that can get peed out or pooed out. Out through the urine, or out through the
stool. Now you can understand why it’s not a good
idea to be constipated. Not a good idea at all. You need to get rid of stuff all the time. You need to put your garbage can out once
a week, or your place is going to get pretty smelly. Going to get maggots everywhere, and rats
and mice and stuff. Your neighbors aren’t going to like it. Imagine if you didn’t go to the toilet for
12 months. You think your neighbors would like to live
next to you? My goodness. You’d be so full of you-know-what it’d be
terrible. You need to clean yourself out. Bowels have to work properly, bile has to
be manufactured, help with the digestive process and assist in dumping toxins into the bowel,
and they can be removed through the feces. We all agree: You need good liver; you need
good gallbladder. The gallbladder stores up to a pint. I think it is, 600 mils. I think that’s roughly what the liver makes
per day. Quite a lot. By the way, the reason why your stools are
brown is because of red blood cells. It’s like iron and rust. It’s actually the byproduct of the breakdown
of red blood cells. That’s why the stool is brown. Red blood cells only last about 30 days in
the body. They get used up and then moved out. It’s very important to keep your gallbladder
in very good condition. To me, it acts like a reservoir for keeping
Palmolive dishwashing liquid in your body. Is it good to get the gallbladder taken out? I think it’s a dumb idea to get the gallbladder
taken out. It’s often the first thing that a lot of doctors
will recommend when you present to the clinic with acute abdominal pain. “We’ll schedule you into the hospital. We’ll just get that gallbladder taken out
and that’ll fix up all of your problems.” What a load of crap. The amount of people I see who have had a
gallbladder taken out who’ve still got exactly the same problem is phenomenal. Now you might be watching this now and saying,
“Well Eric, that’s me. I had a tummy pain. I went to the doctor. And then he sent me to the surgeon and I got
my gallbladder out and I’m still with the same blooming pain. What a waste of time that was.” Before you get your gallbladder ripped out
like an alternator in a car, thrown out, make sure that you do a gallbladder flush first. Is it safe? Hell, yes. This procedure I’m going to show you is very
safe. I’ve personally helped over a thousand patients
through this process, easily a thousand, probably more. I know doctors that have performed many, many
more thousands of these procedures with their patients. It is very safe, providing you do the right
thing. Nothing is safe if you do it in a dumb way. Even driving a car is not safe if you don’t
wear seatbelts and you drink and do stupid things like that. If you follow the procedure carefully, it’s
perfectly safe. What should you do? As I mentioned, do the bowel flush first,
liver cleanse, then we’re going to move into the gallbladder flush. This is what I want you to do. Let’s assume that you’ve done the liver cleanse. You’ve taken some herbs, you’ve gone on a
clean diet, you’ve cut out all alcohol, caffeine, chocolate, all the high fat foods, processed
fats, hydrogenated fats, fizzy drinks, all the crap from your diet that you know you
shouldn’t be having. Good time to do the gallbladder flush in my
opinion is spring/summer time. Why? Abundance of fresh produce. Especially important for the liver to have
a lot of fresh clean things into your diet for a week or two. Lots of sour foods. Lots of fresh foods. Watch the previous video. I’m not going to go over that stuff again. I want you to get hold of some good quality
apple juice and drink plenty of that three/four/five days leading into your gallbladder flush. I prefer people to buy bags of apples, juice
it, and drink one to two glasses every day, rather than buying junk in those plastic bottles
in the shop that’s basically reconstituted, full of sugars and junk. I find my favorite apple for the gallbladder
flush are the granny smiths. Granny Smiths tend to be more tart, they’re
higher in malic acid, and this tends to be a lot more conducive towards cleaning out
the gallbladder than using red sweet apples full of sugar and sucrose and stuff like that. Try to go more for the green apples. Golden Delicious are good or Granny Smiths. If you can’t, any apple will do, but I prefer
the green apple. Juice your own apples. Trust me folks, it’s definitely the way to
go. You’ve got apple juice, you’ve been drinking
that for two or three days. You need to cut out all meats for three/four/five
days leading into this flush. Eat light. Maybe have soups, broths, chicken soups, fermented
and cultured foods, fresh foods. Basically you’re stepping your diet down and
having it lighter and lighter. The reason will become more obvious later
why. I’ll tell you why. Now what we’re going to do is going to get
you to get some lemons or grapefruits, but preferably lemons and some olive oil. You may have seen a lot of these videos already
on YouTube, but this is how I think it’s done properly. The quantity of lemon juice and oil is debatable. Some people say you need a cup, some people
say you need two cups. I saw one video and the guy said to use a
gallon! Using liters of the stuff. God’s sakes, we’re not elephants, we’re humans. You don’t need a lot of this stuff, alright? I’m going to recommend a quantity of around
300 mils, which is about half a pint or not even that. It’s probably just over a cup. A cup is about 250 mils, so about 300 mils. So, get yourself some nice lemons. I’ve got lots of lemon trees, I love lemons,
but you can just buy them or grow them or get them from your aunty or whatever you want. Juice them, no pips, strain them, and you’ve
got a good 300 mils of lemon juice in a jug. You’re going to do the same with the olive
oil. You’re going to have roughly 300 mils, but
you can use less olive oil. Usually around 200 mils is okay, so just under
a cup. I tend to combine them-put them in a cocktail
shake or something, or just put it in the blender and stir it right through. You’ve prepared that, right? You’ve got that done? Did you write it down? Alright, you know what to do. Now, what you’re going to do, is around about
6 or 7 o’ clock in the evening, you’re going to drink that stuff. Now, I found a good tip is to put a straw
in the container and drink it through a straw because that way you don’t get it all in your
mouth. You don’t get that fatty stuff. I don’t mind, I drink olive oil every day
anyway. I usually have a sip when I’m doing the cooking. I have a sip of olive oil and I use a lot
of lemon juice in my diet. I can drink olive oil no problem. If you’re not Greek or Italian, you’re probably
not used to a lot of oil in your diet, so you might want to build up. Drink this mixture over a period of maybe
15-20 minutes. Then you’re going to retire. I’ve got the protocol written up here and
I’ll make sure I’m going to read it out properly. After the mixture’s finished, you’re going
to retire, then you’re going to go to bed. I like people to get to bed early when they’re
doing a gallbladder flush. You’re not going to go and watch Game of Thrones
or stuff like this or Lord of the Rings until 3 a.m. then go to bed after you’ve had a packet
of chips/crisps after you’ve done the flush. You need to do this properly guys, or it won’t
work for you. Go to bed around 8 or 9 o’ clock-no later
than that. Lie on your right side for as long as you
can with a pillow elevating the right hip. Why would you do that? That’s so you can get the mixture in the right
position. It’s going to move down there around the sphincter
where the gallbladder attaches to the small bowel. That mixture will pass through the stomach
into the small intestine, around the sphincter there (the little bum hole muscle that connects
the tube from the gallbladder up to the small bowel). The gallbladder is going to see this stuff
and say, “What the hell’s this stuff?” You might feel a pulsing sensation in your
gut. You could feel some warmth or some sensations
in your gut. Some people hear these funny tummy sounds. That’s expulsion of junk, basically, into
that area. It’s going to move out. It’s going to try to emulsify this. It’s going to think, “Whoa, I’ve got a huge
big sink full of thousands of plates. I’ve got to really clean out! I’ve got to put as much dishwashing liquid
into the sink as I can.” It’s going to move bile and all the junk out
of the gallbladder into the small bowel. It’s going to squeeze it all out. I only had a patient in yesterday. I didn’t ask her for her jar, which was stupid
of me. She pulled out a jar, and it was about a third
full with gallstones. You can go to and have a look
at my article on gallbladder symptoms and gallbladder treatment. You can actually see some photos there of
patients gallstones, which I’ve posted up on there. This is a very successful technique. What I expect is for you to make a beeline
to the bathroom early in the morning-could be 4 or 5 o’clock. Could be early, could be later. You’re going to have a huge big evacuation. A lot of stuff’s going to come out. Let’s just say now that you’ve done this procedure,
you’re lying down, you’ve got the pillow under the right hip, you’re sitting there relaxing,
you’re feeling some sensations. It’s all going to go well for you, I guarantee
you. This procedure has been performed many times
by many people, and many doctors have assisted thousands of patients worldwide to do this. Lots of medical doctors may tell you, “It’s
dangerous! Don’t do it! You’ll die! You’ll get gallstones jammed with excruciating,
horrible pain. It’s not the way to do it. I would not recommend this procedure at all. It’s extremely dangerous.” I’ve had some doctors say this. I went to a very interesting presentation
in Australia a couple of years ago, and I heard a guy talking; a medical professor who
said he’s performed the procedure or helped patients, over 10,000 patients perform this
procedure without one glitch. If any doctor tells you that it’s dangerous
and it shouldn’t be done, you need to get up off the chair and turn around and walk
away, because it’s crap. If you do it properly and carefully, it’s
not a problem. There are some rare cases where you may not
want to do it if you’ve got extreme medical conditions. For example: very frail, 103 years old and
you’re going in for hip replacement or something, then it’s probably not a good idea. If you’re pregnant, you’ve got twins, probably
not a good idea if you’re pregnant to do it. Know what I mean? If you’ve got type-1 diabetes and you’re relying
on very high amounts of insulin, then it’s probably not a good idea. There are certain conditions where you wouldn’t
do it, but hello? It’s common sense again. Average people in reasonably good health can
easily do this procedure. Don’t be afraid. The fear factor is huge in medicine. It’s absolutely huge. You don’t need to be afraid. Many people do it. Once you’ve done this procedure, you’ll get
up in the morning, you’ll have a huge evacuation. Some people wish to use a colander or a strainer
to strain the stool. They’re actually stunned to see what comes
out. The first time you do it, you may get handfuls
of stuff coming out. I’ve seen people pass out, sometimes, over
1,000 stones in the first evacuation. Incredible but true. It’s up to you how you do it. It’s up to you how much lemon juice you take,
how much olive oil you take, how far you want to take this thing. You don’t need large amounts of stuff. If you’re a little bit scared or anxious about
things like that, you may want to start with maybe a tablespoon of lemon juice and olive
oil. Trust me, it does work highly effectively. The quantities I’m showing you are perfectly
normal for average people of average build. So, you’ve expelled gallstones. What are you going to do next? What you’re going to do is you’re going to
stay on a reasonably clean diet for about a week leading out, then going back to your
normal diet. Then you’re going to wait about a month and
you’re going to repeat the procedure. If you pass out gallstones again, I’m going
to recommend you repeat it again and again until you pass out no more gallstones. Believe it or not, some of my patients have
done this procedure 10 or 12 times and each time they passed out stones. Others have done it three or four times and
they only had a dump on the first or second occasion. On the third, they didn’t pass out any more
stones. It’s up to you to find out what comes out,
and to reevaluate your health, and think, “Should I repeat the procedure or not?” That’s your call. It’s highly effective. One patient annoyed the hell out of me years
ago. This quite large lady who came to me who was
scheduled a week from the date she saw me to have a cholecystectomy, her gallbladder
taken out. I said, “Don’t do it! Be careful. Rethink what you’re doing.” She said, “Well, I wasn’t going to anyway. I came to you because I don’t want knives
put in my body or surgeons and stuff. I want to see how we go.” I went through the procedure with her, she
went home. She did it, and I got a call back after about
14 days, and she was delighted. She was delighted she could go back to eating
lots of fatty fish and chips again at least two times a week without nausea. That’s not the whole idea. The whole idea is when you’ve cleaned out
the gallbladder is to stay on a reasonably healthy diet. I don’t mind if you have fish and chips or
fatty stuff here and there, but please don’t do it three times a week or eat chocolate
daily because you’re going to gum that gallbladder up again. The gallbladder is vital to health. It’s very important that you keep the gallbladder
in good condition. It’s a very important part of the liver function. It does form a vital role. Just like the tonsils, it’s not a good idea
just to chop it out and throw it away because it’s some useless body part that we could
all do without. So that’s the gallbladder flush. Give it a go, and give me some comments when
you’ve done this. I’m quite happy to see some photos of gallstones
from different people as well, which might be good to show on YouTube to give other people
confidence to do this procedure. Don’t forget to click on my link below for
a free report. Also, don’t forget to subscribe. Thanks so much for tuning in.


  • Reply darksid33 May 19, 2016 at 10:14 pm

    okay clear the gut, liver detox and then a gallbadder flush. wow what a year this is for me, spring cleaning my body i guess. it'll be good in the end. could i replace apple juice with apple cider vinegar dr? i drink apple cider vinegar everyday before each meal. about a tablespoon in water before meals. also i heard people using epsom salt with the flush. is that part not necessary? it would be funny if all these people drank that nasty salt water and it wasn't needed.

  • Reply Kale Mussel May 20, 2016 at 1:21 am

    Some amazing tips

  • Reply Relytia May 20, 2016 at 3:37 am

    My wife and I love your videos. Thanks so much for sharing your decades of knowledge and experience through a common sense lense Dr. Bakker. Definitely gonna try a liver detox and then gallbladder cleanse fairly soon.

    I really hate to be a bother, but would you mind making a video someday about eye health and how Candida effects it? I keep seeing eye floaters and flashes as symptoms of candida but haven't seen anything on how to get rid of them or even if it's possible.

  • Reply Asma Kazi May 20, 2016 at 8:30 am

    Thank you Doctor !!!

  • Reply Health Reactor May 20, 2016 at 4:16 pm

    My mother tried that gallbladder flush 2 times without luck. She even did preparation for 4 days with only fruits and fruit juices. Not even 1 gallstone came out. Why this cleanse is so hard to do?

  • Reply Firefly May 22, 2016 at 7:56 am

    How do you know that they are actually stones? Are some of the stones made from the olive oil and are some from the liver? I've heard a lot about this.

  • Reply Firefly May 22, 2016 at 8:51 am

    I also forgot to ask, what is the bowel flush? Thank you sir!

  • Reply Firefly June 2, 2016 at 4:27 am

    Can a liver flush help with malabsorption and floating stools? Thanks mate.

  • Reply Chiman Palani June 7, 2016 at 5:28 am

    hi doctor I really really like to thank you for all these good videos. they r really helpfull. now I really want your help to save my life. I have been having uti and candida for the last 9 years. evry time I went to doctor they just give my some medication and say dont eat sweet that all. im suffering so bad. but I have come to a bleive my self of not eating sweet and spice and some food that make it worth for me. I still have it come up all the time. its making my life miserable. I dont eat anysweet at all not sweety fruit like no suger at all. I drink lots of water and eat very healthy I work out every day. I have lost 15 kg lost 8 month and in aperfect shape now but still I am suffering with uti and candida I have no life. I really dont know what to do and where to start. I also have this problem that if I eat lemon my blood suger goes down right away. how would I start the gallbladder cleanse? or where to start to get rid of these problem? do start to cleanse my gallbladder , my kidney, or take care of my candida first? please please help me out.

  • Reply Kelly D July 20, 2016 at 3:16 am

    Very helpful, thanks very much. Going to do this, now that I flushed my liver 🙂

  • Reply Kelly D July 22, 2016 at 4:37 am

    How many days do we drink the oil/lemon mixture Dr. Bakker?

  • Reply Christine Ewing July 24, 2016 at 11:26 pm

    Hi Doc.. does the Epsom salt mixed with water during the flush damage a person?

  • Reply Sarahy T August 2, 2016 at 12:48 am

    Hello, is this safe for people with hypoglycemia? Thank you! 😊

  • Reply Sintrality September 21, 2016 at 3:26 pm

    Thank you for the video! I am a little confused about eating on the day of the flush. Are we allowed to eat or is there a cut off time when we stop all food consumption? Also, could we do this while on a liquid cleanse? Like drinking bone broth and vegetable juice for a few days leading up to the day of the flush?

  • Reply Freedomis Mona October 24, 2016 at 9:34 am

    Hi Eric! I did the gallbladder cleanse last Saturday after three weeks with the liver cleanse. Did all according to protocol, did not find any stones in the morning. After a few days of feeling bloated afterwards and with a slight headache I also now since Wedn-Thurs have a pain under my ribs on the right side. It is a sharp pain coming and going in the right side, and is felt more intense if I lift my right arm or turn the upper body. I have had also a slight diarrea and feel a bit nausious. Since Saturday I have taken a tea 3-4 times a day with nettles, milkthistle and dandelion. It seems to help for an hour or two, but then the pain comes back. My stomach is swollen and if I touch the right side it is hurting. Yesterday I took epsom salt 1 tablespoon/ 3 times in the day and I got heavy diarrea from it. (Someone in the Candida cleanse group in Sweden said it might help open up the gallbladder if there is a stone stuck?!?!) Have not taken that today because of the diarrea-effect. Very thankful for any kind of advice of how to feel better again?!? At this point I regret I did the gallbladder cleanse… (have been on the candida cleanse programme since 1 Feb, and overall feeling so much better!!)

    I am thinking if a fast is good thing? It feels like my body cannot take anything more at this point. (I am a vegetarian)

  • Reply Drummer October 25, 2016 at 7:26 pm

    Can I drink Apple Cider vinegar (The mother) as an laternative to get the malic acid than the green apples ? I find that even green apples contain quite some sugar in it (about 7g per apple, which I find to be a lot if im gonna eat more than 1-2 a day having mild candida)

  • Reply ABU-SULTAN AL-TAYYAR November 25, 2016 at 10:41 am

    On the course of the three days Liver/Gallbladder Flush I have some questions
    first Can I have food other than apples if yes what
    2nd Phosphorus is not available for me to ad to apple juice , can I replace it with vitamin D and what is the dosage required
    3rd Is it OK if I take lemon juice during the 3 days along with apple juice
    4th Is the apple role to soften the stones and have them ready to be flushed out by oil lemon mixes
    With best regards

  • Reply Sandra Leitzelar December 2, 2016 at 3:43 am

    Do I have to make the cleanse and gallbladder flush after I finish my candida cleanse with your products ?

  • Reply Sergio Domingues December 27, 2016 at 11:14 pm

    There's some videos out there with people saying that the stones expelled are actually olive oil stones. Does that make any sense?

  • Reply mirela bordean January 5, 2017 at 2:11 am

    I did the gallbladder flush and after 2-3 hours of drinking the mixture I woke up in pain and nausea, tried not to vomit..Then the tummy pain was very severe (.. felt the toxicity of the bile in the intestine) and nothing came out until I drank some Epsom Salt. Same toxicity i feel most of the morning after emptying the bowel, is this a daily detox? Thank you

  • Reply mirela bordean January 6, 2017 at 1:03 am

    Thank you Eric, it's the third day and terrible nauseated, did an enema , stones are still coming…terrible nausea and burning tummy, I take Canxida restore ( 3/day), is it something else I can take to stop this process? Thank you again..Just to mention that I did Candida diet for the past few months, we did had a consultation.

  • Reply mirela bordean January 8, 2017 at 4:10 am

    It's got complicated, chronic dehydration, they put me on Gatorade for two days and my gut is on fire, any suggestion to calm the pain?

  • Reply CricketsGreenhouse-Carolyn January 19, 2017 at 9:35 pm

    Do you think everyone should do a gallbladder cleanse or are there symptoms or problems that will mean we need a gallbladder cleanse.?

  • Reply Be positive R family January 30, 2017 at 6:07 pm

    I had thyroid removed and I'm taking levothyroxine for life is it safe to do gallblooder flash – do I need epsom salt ( when I eat salty food i feel anxiety ) can I drink cherry juice instead apple juice for 6 days before flash – do I need an enema before and after flash I'm in diet know no dairy no fried food no meat no chicken no sugar I'm vegetarian for 2 weeks I eat almond butter with olive oil on my breakfast do I need to stop it daring flash please I'm waiting your reply

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  • Reply Cecilia Hurezan February 18, 2017 at 12:56 pm

    Erik! Does the gallbladder (if not functioning well) give you pains and gas under the right ribs and under the stomach causing you reflux? Even if ultrasounds show it's OK? And make you different bacterial overgrowth problems, recuring yeast overgrowth even when you are consuming organic food for years? Can this flush be done on a 4 years old child who cannot tolerate even 5 drops of olive oil making him reflux? Maybe I have too many questions, but this wasn't even the half of them :))) Just one more: can his skin color be a little orange (doctors mentioned it) because all these? He did'nt even drink carrot juice in that period, because he didn't like it. Only sweet potatoes. I'm also eating sweet potatoes but my skin colour is not orange.

  • Reply zephyr2010ac July 2, 2017 at 3:34 pm

    Hello Doctor, I'm in North Wales. UK, I have a diseased gallbladder, they say it's crusty, full of big stones (one was pear shaped and stuck in the duct) and shrivelled up. I don't want to have it out. I have on in my pancreas (so "they" say) too. Is it safe for me to do the flush? I'm not obese and don't eat meat or dairy but I had 5/6 years of hell with my son, who has aspergers syndrome, while he was in High school and hardly ate but I drank loads of tap water ( at least 2 litres a day) and just grabbed a bite when I could of something, chocolate, veggie burger etc but no cheese/meat. Also, I had severe endometriosis for years, had a hysterectomy 12 years ago but still had oestrogen in my blood up to nine years ago ( I heard that too much oestrogen can cause it) I've also been on fentanyl patches for chronic abdo pain, had my last lap. 2 years ago and the quack said that all was ok and he even got a gastro surgeon to have a look around (my pain is from my pelvis to my diaphragm) the gastro surgeon said all ok. Now I have a bad gallbladder and possible pancreatitis too. I'm very tired all the time and sweat one hell of a lot if I do anything strenuous. I don't drink any alcohol, been t-total for about 15 yrs and didn't drink much before then. I was very, very fit until my mid thirties, I'm now 49. I've recently lost hair on my legs, armpits and elsewhere – used to be a hairy bugger ;P I'm now on a vegan diet and eat a lot of leafy greens, herbs and juices. Am I safe to do these cleanses? Please let me know 🙂

  • Reply Ashlyn July 26, 2017 at 7:15 pm

    I'm going to do a detox starting with parasites, colon, kidney, liver, then gallbladder. Is this the right order? If not, what order do you recommend?

    I'm not going to do them all at once of course but spacing it out over a 2-month period. Starting simply by eating right….greens. do you have any other recommendations for food intros to starting my detox?

  • Reply Irina Ferguson August 22, 2017 at 2:34 am

    Doctor, thanks for your love, and honesty. time, and good explanation! Be happy and healthy!

  • Reply Carmen Manole August 29, 2017 at 3:21 am

    is truth,I do this and help!

  • Reply A D October 25, 2017 at 1:47 pm

    My ultrasound has come with 9-10 gallbladder stone for up to 2 cm. Would the flush work for stones of 2 cm.
    I have seen some other videos they also recommend epsom salt with water before flush, what are your thoughts.
    Thank you

  • Reply Angelica H December 15, 2017 at 6:34 am

    Dear Dr Eric,

    What are your thoughts on pancreatitis caused by gallstones? Also with chronic constipation involved and gallbladder has multiple stones up to 3mm. Is surgery the only option? I'd really appreciate your opinion. Thank you for your time!

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  • Reply Justina Semenaite January 9, 2018 at 9:43 am

    Very good information.
    I was just wondering if it has to be epsom salt or magnesiu citrate powder could be used instead

  • Reply Frankie Pbklh January 11, 2018 at 2:40 pm

    Hi Doctor, thank you for the video. I am very scared about doing the cleanse. All of my problems started in 2014 when I started having very bad acid reflux, sometimes I couldn't even breath. After trying everything I finally realized that taking acv helps. But now I'm having really bad pain on my right side. I went to the doctor and it turns out I have fatty liver and one 1mm stone in my gallbladder. The only thing the doctor told me was to loose weight and if the pains continues I can opt for surgery. But now with all the information I've been looking for I'm not sure that's a good idea. I understand your recommendations but I'd like to know if the liver flush is save for people with fatty liver? And right now, what can I do to stop the pain of my gallbladder? I truly don't know if it's my gallbladder or my liver anymore, I'm very desperate. Mainly because everyone here tells me I should do the operation and remove the gallbladder but I have this feeling that I shouldn't. But at the same time, this pain makes me evaluate it. Also, I find it so difficult to lose weight, and based on what I've read it's probably because my liver is not working right, could that be? Thank you in advance for your reply Doctor.

  • Reply Blue Crystal January 17, 2018 at 4:34 am

    Hi Eric, I've researched gall bladder flushes on the internet and pretty much all I've seen (by doctors) say to take disodium phosphate capsules in between the oil/lemon juice mixture. Is this also ok. I think the recommended dose was two capsules a half hour before the oil/juice and again in the morning. Is the disodium phosphate necessary or just complimentary. Thanx.

  • Reply Penny and JT January 29, 2018 at 4:39 am

    Thank you Eric for your video. I completed my 1st gallbladder cleanse yesterday, followed your process. Used one cup organic lemon and one cup of olive oil – taste quite good after fasting 24hrs. Forced myself to sleep on the right side the entire night. Saw a lot of green stones floating in the toilet. Is that normal for them to float ?

  • Reply Kris Kinner March 2, 2018 at 6:42 pm

    If I don’t have a gallbladder how can I flush stones that are in my duct?.

  • Reply Ingrid Miller March 21, 2018 at 2:18 am

    I'm going to try this cleanse because I'm trying to avoid gallbladder surgery! (Hope it'll work! I'm a bit scared of ending up in the ER again!)

  • Reply Koren Bear March 30, 2018 at 4:46 am

    He starts talking about the procedure at 7:18.

  • Reply Carol Gowin April 3, 2018 at 12:52 pm

    What if you have already had like 12 gallbladder attacks, and you have been dealing with this for like three years… Is it too late to try to do this flush?

  • Reply Tricia Parris April 5, 2018 at 5:37 pm

    Hi doctor, is it wise to do a colonic or coffee enema after a gallbladder flush?

  • Reply wheeliewheelie April 26, 2018 at 3:01 am

    some gallbladder cleanses recommend taking Epsom salts before hand…what do you think….

  • Reply Theresa Geiger May 7, 2018 at 12:55 am

    I am not in good health. I have h pylori, sibo, heavy metals and candida. My liver and gallbladder hurt really bad and I am not absorbing my nutrients and I need help extreme help

  • Reply aurine carbonera May 31, 2018 at 6:25 am

    Can i use this procedure everyday?

  • Reply Jed June 22, 2018 at 4:29 pm

    drinking olive oil is disgusting

  • Reply Penny and JT July 17, 2018 at 10:23 pm

    Completed my 3rd gallbladder cleanse. No more chocolate.

  • Reply Martinitime August 13, 2018 at 2:48 am

    I cannot abide olive oil. I’m sure I would vomit it all up again right away. Can I use macadamia oil instead to do the flush?
    Thank you for all your informative videos.

  • Reply Suzi Hazlove August 13, 2018 at 4:41 pm

    Golden and or green [email protected] No meat three days before.
    Cup of lemons juiced. Just under cup pure Olive oil.
    6 pm. Sip in straw over a 15 min. Go to bed early.
    8 or 9.
    Sleep right side. Elevate hip. with pillow.
    Will feel pulsing warmrh.
    Emulsifying things.
    Will evacuate (poop) in morning.
    If your frail. You can't do it! Then what? How do we remove these gallstones??? Surgery?

  • Reply Dwayne Jose August 15, 2018 at 9:44 am

    New subscriber here. I'm from the Philippines. I was diagnosed with gallstones and "sludge" in my gallbladder recently (1.5cm would be the biggest according to my doctor & ultrasound). Both our family doctors recommended surgery, but I don't want to resolve to that… I have been trying to eat healthy for the past week. I plan to-do the Gallbladder flush this weekend.

    Would it be safe that I perform the flush every 2-3 weeks? Or every month until I no longer pass out stones?

    I plan to do an ultrasound again after doing at least 3-5 flushes, and see if my gallbladder clears up a bit more. Thank you Dr. Erik Bakker for giving/sharing us this information/procedure — it gives people like me a bright hope of not resolving to surgery and saving our precious organs.

    God bless you! 🙂

    I will TRY and post an update here of my results, later on…

  • Reply Richard Mulai September 1, 2018 at 1:37 am

    How can I get your number to talk to you my fiance is diagnosed with gallbladder stone they want him to do a surgery and he don't want to do the surgery so we want to know if we can get to talk to you please

  • Reply Christopher Davis October 1, 2018 at 3:51 pm

    So I did the liver flush and then I did the gallbladder flush 3 nights ago. I used the toilet that morning had some round green stuff floating after I pooped . What was this? Also I'm still after 3 days sick to my stomach. How many days to I start feeling better or what is my next step?

  • Reply Li Robin October 21, 2018 at 12:27 am

    I’ve checked about it. Those are not! Gallstones that’s flush. That’s the olive oil that becomes solid and looks like stones.

  • Reply Happy Who November 5, 2018 at 7:41 pm

    You're the best you saved me! I'm angry at all the other charlatans on youtube. And surgeons a cross the world and the ignorance of doctors. I got rid of my gallstones with your previous video. Thank you so much

  • Reply DeathOnTheCheap Noir December 20, 2018 at 1:57 am

    Only lemon juice and olive oil ? No Epsom salt ….????

  • Reply Linda king January 6, 2019 at 6:05 pm

    many thanks from UK . I need to do this cleanse . many thanks .

  • Reply Debbie Dearth January 22, 2019 at 6:21 am

    Dr. Eric, you are a God send. Thanks so much for all your valuable information for good health. You do such a great job explaining everything and you have the patience of an angel. I am a 63 year old female with good health. I do have diverticulitis at times. So I’m going to do the colon flush, then the liver cleanse and then the gallbladder cleanse. I don’t have any issues with my gallbladder or liver, so I’m assuming it’s okay to do both. Thanks again for all that you share Dr. Eric. God bless you.

  • Reply J L January 24, 2019 at 12:02 am

    My brother get it up at 19’th 😭 why?? That Dr. do something like that !

  • Reply Focal Ratio January 24, 2019 at 8:41 pm

    So we keep hearing how many stones come out, but what symptoms have people been relieved of? I have moderate eczema and I'm hoping this cleanse will help.

  • Reply eva hamilton January 30, 2019 at 4:18 am

    I wonder how much of the stuff passed is the oil and lemon juice?

  • Reply Marie RODRIGUEZ February 2, 2019 at 5:20 pm

    No Epsom salt to open ducts

  • Reply Marie RODRIGUEZ February 2, 2019 at 5:26 pm

    I, m going to start with the fresh apples thank you for all the information. I need relief…. Too many attacts my daughter removed her gallbladder and now she has to run to restroom after eating a meal… Save your gallbladder….

  • Reply Judith Boutilier February 3, 2019 at 2:51 am

    Can you do this if you had your gallbladder out and still have problem

  • Reply bridalvisionswa February 5, 2019 at 10:37 am

    Hi Eric thanks for all the great content I'm a big fan. In your opinion is it necessary to have a colonic irrigation performed before and after the flush?

  • Reply ImNotStalkingYou February 7, 2019 at 12:53 am

    Great channel! Could you take a look at the audio in the future? The bass is very loud and it makes it hard to understand what you're saying at a few spots. Thanks for the free info!

  • Reply Focal Ratio February 10, 2019 at 6:23 pm

    I need clarity and insigh on the following: I believe in another video by Erik he listed coconut milk as a safe food, however in this video he says to avoid high fatty foods. I thoroughly enjoy coconut milk based meals, desserts, and shakes. I want to do the flush very soon. Can you correct me and advise me please? Thank you! Namaste

  • Reply Rohit Sahdev February 20, 2019 at 3:53 am

    Thank you so much for this information!

  • Reply ajay saini March 14, 2019 at 5:21 am

    Sir I have 16mm single gallstone can it be removed by flush.

  • Reply This world is passing away March 26, 2019 at 5:37 am

    What about the epsom salts? Most recipes include epsom salts.

  • Reply Chad Ellis April 1, 2019 at 11:34 pm

    I think that I have a gallstone blocking a duct to my pancreas which is causing pancreatitis will this flush get rid of that one

  • Reply Lauretta April 24, 2019 at 8:51 am

    I’ve heard that many olive oils at the shops are not 100% olive oil. Can you recommend an excellent brand? I’m in Australia

  • Reply Lauretta April 24, 2019 at 8:54 am

    Also, what do you know about Gilbert’s Syndrome? Is this procedure ok for this syndrome?

  • Reply Handsome MerK July 11, 2019 at 1:28 am

    "For gods sake were not elephants" im weak lmao

  • Reply Lost Mongolia July 19, 2019 at 4:23 pm

    Hello Sir
    I had a verified 2 cm stone.
    I began preparing to do a flush , chose a day to do it in case I needed to be taken to ER to have it removed.
    But before that day arrived I decided to try the carnivore diet.
    3 days of the low carb high fat diet and I had a painful attack of my gallbladder. Rolling on the floor in pain. I had an attack like this about 5 times.
    About 5 minutes into this attack I felt my 2 cm gallstone pass down through the tube and bubble bubble sounds and then all pain was gone.
    This all happened in February 2019. I have been free of all symptoms since then.
    Could it be that the high fat diet acted much like a stomach full of olive oil?
    Maybe our diets should include regular portions of fat so as to keep the gallbladder busy pushing out fresh gall, rather than a clean veggie diet that may use very little gall and cause the gallbladder to become like a stagnant pond?

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