Today I want to introduce you to Dr.Miranda Jorgenson, who will help us understand exactly why that happens. Discover why so many people gain uncontrollable weight after gall bladder surgery, and the six critical things you or someone you know can do about it.
(Special surprise! At the end of this article you will find a surprise goodie for you!)
Even if you still have your gall bladder, you may be experiencing pains, unwanted, uncomfortable symptoms, and uncontrollable wight gain.
If you know of anyone else who has this problem, or who has had their gall bladder removed, I invite you to share this particular show with them, because it may help them out, too.
Did you know that over half a million gallbladders are removed every year in the US? It is one of the most commonly performed surgical procedures.
What’s really distressing is that even after having had their gall bladder removed 87% of men and 68% of women experienced weight gain after their gall bladder was removed. Many people still experience the same symptoms as before!
So … what can be done about about all this?
I invited Dr. Miranda to be my guest after reading articles about this problem on her site. Because I, too, suffer from massive weight-gain after my own surgery, and like many others, find it impossible to lose it.
CLICK HERE or click on the Daring Dreamers Radio icon to the left to listen to our conversation, because you’ll learn a lot about what you can do now to alleviate symptoms and drop extra weight.
Dr. Miranda Jorgenson is a health and weight loss strategist, licensed Chiropractor and co-owner of Baton Rouge Chiropractic & Injury Center.
She was the Physician Advisor to a large physician-grade supplement company for 6 years, and has had numerous articles published in DC Product Reviews, Chiropractic Economics, and The Original Internist.
She is the author of two physician references – ‘The Drug Induced Nutrient Depletion Index‘ and ‘The Ridiculously Easy Way to Introduce Nutrition & Evolve Your Practice To The Next Level.’
She is currently writing her book on weight loss for people who no longer have a gallbladder.