Health suggestions for the use of natural bile acids

gallstones, gallstone dissolution, gallbladder surgery

Gallstones, gallbladder polyp and gallstones dissolution

One of the most important elements in preventing gallstone formation is to ensure that the liver produces enough bile and to help bile to be excreted. So make it as dilute as possible and make it as easy as possible to empty from the gallbladder. It is important to eat a balanced, nutritious meal...

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Symptoms and direct or indirect effects of active substances

For problems after gallbladder surgery

After the gallbladder is surgically removed, our body can no longer store the bile that is produced, as gallbladder surgery involves the removal of the gallbladder, so it keeps flowing into the duodenum. As a result, when there is a greater need for bile (e.g. when eating hearty meals and/or higher fat foods), there is not enough bile for balanced digestion...

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The relationship between reflux and bile function

By supplementing bile acids, bile excretion becomes regular and the small intestine is also triggered to function properly. If stomach acid or bile is not produced properly, bacteria will enter the small intestine and consume the undigested food, causing bloating. Some of the gas returns to the stomach, which opens the oesophageal sphincter and the stomach acid is forced into the oesophagus, causing heartburn...

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healthy digestion

Digestive support

One of the most important functions of bile acids is to break down fats, dispersing them into tiny particles - breaking down oil and fat. They also activate lipase, a fat-breaking enzyme that speeds up the breakdown and absorption of fats/oils in the body. When fatty/oily foods are eaten, a reflex is triggered at the time of chewing, which causes the bile produced in the liver and stored in the gall bladder to be discharged into the duodenum, thus helping to digest fatty/oily foods as quickly as possible...

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Gallstone removal - types of gallbladder surgery

You may get rid of gallstones in the following ways: gallstones up to 6-8 mm in size can be flushed out by taking bitter herbs, essential oils and capsules containing bile acids. Taking magnesium is also very important because it relaxes the muscles and makes it easier for the bile to drain through the previously spasming Vater's papilla into the duodenum...

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IBS, ulcerative colitis, Crohn's disease

For intestinal diseases

Proper liver function, bile production, bile circulation (enterohepatic circulation) can prevent many intestinal diseases. If the bile cycle is not functioning properly or is compromised for whatever reason, bile acid supplementation can help to alleviate the symptoms of these diseases, as bile acids support the bile cycle, digestion, gut and immune health and help to alleviate their dysfunction.

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For psoriasis

Hereditary factors play an important role in its development, but the importance of various infections, inflammatory processes and metabolic disorders cannot be neglected. Bile acids in the intestine inhibit the absorption of bacterial endotoxins (internal toxins) produced there. This is the reason for its action against psoriasis. Bile supplementation prevents the absorption of endotoxin and thus the release of cytokines...

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high cholesterol

For high cholesterol

54% of European adults have high cholesterol.
The excess cholesterol in our diet cannot be broken down by any of our cells. Cholesterol excretion through bile replacement is one natural way to get rid of excess cholesterol. About 20-30% of the excess cholesterol is converted into bile acids, while about 70% is released into the gallbladder without being converted...

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Effect of bile acids on Candida in the digestive tract

It was found that bile acids and their simple derivatives exhibit anti-Candida activity, and bile acid even has an anti-proliferative effect on Candida fungal species...

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Stressful lifestyle

The link between stress and digestion

In today's world, a stress-free lifestyle is almost impossible. We are subject to stress when travelling, at work, shopping, at the post office, in our lives, etc. The choleric or bile-headed person is commonly thought to be angry, nervous, suddenly out of control. This popular saying also suggests that stress has a negative effect on the bile flow, because bile enters the duodenum through a channel, the Vater's papilla, and under stress the smooth muscle part of the duodenum contracts...

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Bile circulation and the role of bile acids

The disposable organ we cannot live without - the gallbladder

Contrary to what we've heard, we do need our gall bladder, even though this incredibly important organ has somehow fallen out of favour over the last hundred years. Even the best diet in the world won't help us if our bodies can't digest the food properly, and that's what's happening with higher fat diets these days...

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The relationship between bile acids and the immune system.

Immune system support

Bile acids support the immune system and contribute to the natural resistance by neutralising endotoxins, the so-called internal toxins, and preventing them from being absorbed. The disinfecting effect of bile acids is due to the fact that various pathogens and toxic substances also contain fats, which bile acids help to break down...

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Bile acids and immunity

The role of bile in proper immune function, herpes and virus resistance

'Bile and bile acids also have an antiseptic effect, and if you don't produce enough bile, these antiseptic functions don't work properly. So it's very important that when you have a chronic inflammatory disease, or a weakened immune system, skin problems, arthritis, recurrent infections, that you make sure that you support your digestive system and reduce your bile deficiency.'

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weight loss

Weight reduction

"Did you know that weight problems and obesity are increasing rapidly in most EU Member States, with an estimated 52.7 % of the EU adult population overweight in 2019? In Europe today, people are consuming 500 calories more a day than they did 40 years ago, and they spend more than five hours sedentary, and 42% are inactive. All this alone is enough to make people obese."...

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diabetes and bile

Diabetes and bile

The secretions of the bile and the pancreas are discharged into the duodenum through the same orifice. If the bile is stagnant, for example because of a bad diet, a stressful lifestyle, drinking too much coffee, enzymes cannot be discharged from the pancreas in addition to the bile and after a while these stagnant enzymes will erode the pancreatic lining and damage the insulin secreting glands...

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Utilisation of fat-soluble vitamins and the role of bile

Utilisation of fat-soluble vitamins and the role of bile

"If your digestion is not good, it is easy to consume enough fat-soluble vitamins and still not get enough of them... so even if you seem to have enough vitamins, you may still have a vitamin deficiency..."

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natural defences

What can we do in case of infection?

In addition to consulting a doctor and following his or her advice, the most important things to do are: relieving fever, cough, nasal congestion, pain relief, drinking plenty of fluids, eating properly, taking vitamins and minerals, trace elements, etc. In addition to the above, herbs known from folk medicine and scientific research are also effective in alleviating the symptoms of various bacterial and viral infections...
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Bile circulation and the role of bile acids

Bile cycle - The role of bile acids in quality of life

Bile, which is made by the liver and contains potassium bile, is stored in the gall bladder. When food is eaten, it is passed into the stomach and then into the duodenum, where the digestive process, prepared with saliva and stomach acid, continues. The digested food is sensed by the mucous membrane of the duodenum. Cholecystokinin signals the gallbladder to release bile through the bile ducts into the duodenum...

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Videos to get to know GALLMET

Public, expert video interviews, experiences and recommendations from doctors and naturopaths who use GALLMET bile acid capsules.

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Hungarian and international literature on the effects of GALLMET products

Physiological effects of bile acids

The bile acid produced is a natural fat solvent that converts fats into tiny droplets, which are then accessible to the digestive juices, making them essential for digesting fat. Hence: if not enough bile is present in the duodenum with the food, the digestion of fats will be imperfect...

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Bilestone crushing

Treatment of gallstones: gallstone crushing

Gallstone dissolution is possible for soft, cholesterol stones. For calcareous, hard pigment stones, gallstone crushing is recommended and was first used in Germany. The aim is to break the stones into pieces without surgical intervention...

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GALLMET products are available in ALL Hungarian pharmacies and herbal shops or can be ordered!

Both GALLMET products contain similar amounts of bile acids, but GALLMET-M also contains herbs that complement the digestive benefits of bile acids.

When buying more than one bottle of GALLMET bile acid capsules at the same time, we give a quantity discount!
When buying more than one bottle of GALLMET bile acid capsules at the same time, we give a quantity discount!
  • GALLMET-Mix 90 bile acid and herbal capsules
  • GALLMET-Mix 60 bile acid and herbal capsules
  • GALLMET-Natural 90 bile acid capsules
  • GALLMET-Natural 60 bile acid capsules
  • GALLMET-Natural 30 bile acid capsules
  • GALLMET-Mix 60 bile acid and herbal capsules
  • Pink rock-rose leaf capsule containing whole herb extract
  • Capsules containing medicinal sage leaf whole herb extract

Use GALLMET at your own risk and it is recommended that you consult your doctor!

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