Yeah they are very popular among the health movement but personally i don't feel they are safe and they don't work in the way they say they do. I should have posted this picture in the article but here is a image of a liver duct and stone. - http://www.thelifetree.com/images/liver01.jpg
As you can see there is no way a 2 + inch stone would fit through these tiny ducts.
"The pseudo stones that users report passing after consuming the liver flush mixture are actually a result of a process known as saponification. The stones are a complex formed due to the reaction between the sterols found in the olive oil and the bodies bile salts. This merely happens when you combine a fat with an akalai. This is why you will likely pass an endless amount of these pseudo stones every cleanse such as many liver flush individuals report."
Exactly! It amazes me how many people fall for the liver flush scam. If you really think you have gallstones, you need to see a doctor. Then, you need to change your diet/lifestyle.
I just read the content and also the writer states that the higher dietary fiber diet plan can help the actual gall bladder. I do not know how that may be once the dietary fiber does not actually get to the gall bladder?