Bile Deficiency


“The art of medicine consists of amusing the patient while nature cures the disease.”

Of your liver's 500 functions, its production of bile is one of the most important.

  • Bile is an essential "de-greaser" and "emulsifier" of dietary fats.

  • Bile is also essential for the utilization of the fat soluble vitamins A, D, E and K.

  • Bile that is produced by your liver also contains the conjugated toxins from the 2 phases of liver detoxification that are ready to be removed by bile. These toxins may include carcinogens, xenobiotic chemicals, pharmaceuticals and heavy metals like mercury, aluminum and lead. When hemoglobin is broken down in the liver, bilirubin is conjugated and excreted through the bile.

In this program you’ll find out:

  • Why people develop bile deficiency

  • What health problems bile deficiency causes

  • Bile insufficiency symptoms

  • How bile deficiency affects your digestion

  • How insufficient amount of bile leads to nutritional deficiency