Archive for August, 2012


Dealing with Bile Salt Malabsorption

Bile salts are produced in the liver. They are included in the bile and sent to the gallbladder, where the bile is concentrated and stored. When the stomach empties its contents into the upper intestines (duodenum) for further digestion, the gallbladder releases the bile into the duodenum to aid in the digestion of fats in […]

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Diarrhea: Dealing with the Unpleasant Side Effect of Bile Salts

If you are one of those people who are dealing with diarrhea while taking bile salts, you are not alone. Bile salts may help many people find relief from indigestion and other symptoms related to gall bladder removal, but they may face a few side effects. Diarrhea is one of them. Nothing is more frustrating […]

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Taking Bile Salts as Supplements

Have you had your gallbladder removed, and you have digestive issues such as indigestion, gas, and bloating? Are you experiencing a slow but constant downward spiral in your health? You may have had your surgery a month ago or 30 years ago – you may suddenly have symptoms, or you may have been living with […]

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Bile Salts – Can They Help?

A common concern after gallbladder surgery is frequent indigestion, gas, and bloating. If you experience these symptoms, you know the discomfort they bring. You may not have found a lot of help from your doctor but understanding the cause of these issues may help find solutions. One possible solution is taking bile salts. But do […]

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