An unbiased review: The Amazing Liver and Gallbladder Flush, a book by Andreas Moritz
A note: This is a long and comprehensive review of the book and protocols involved with the Amazing Liver and Gallbladder Cleanse or The Miracle Liver and Gallbladder Cleanse by Andreas Moritz. It’s my intent to have each reader finding this to read it in its entirety because there is valuable information in this review which could help you in your cleanse or in obtaining relief for mystery symptoms like mine. I understand most of my readers (as I frequently do) will not have the tolerance or patience to read the entire review or will feel some of it does not apply to them. I have broken the review up into key segments to help you search with titles for specific content which might be helpful. Search each section of this review by scrolling down to the applicable section for my personal input.
This is an unsolicited review for the book and program called the Amazing Liver and Gallbladder Flush, written by Andreas Moritz, a popular alternative medicine practitioner who has seen a good amount of success with his books to treat mysterious illnesses and symptoms for people who cannot find remedy with traditional Western medicine.
Andreas Moritz has an almost cult-like following, and was (he recently passed away-more on that later) seemingly more connected to his program’s users than just about any other practitioner in his field. If you look at his website (which some people criticize for being a bit too biased and not recognizing that his system is not a be-all-end-all to everyone), you’ll find the basic information about this man, whom I have reluctantly come to realize, has a bit of genius in him.
This review is about as unbiased a review as you will find, and it addresses concerns that very few of the reviews that you can find online do. In order for you to understand my position on this program you must understand the situation I’m in, and then decide if it holds some relevance for your specific situation as well.
I’ll note as well, that I came upon the Moritz program by “googling” some very esoteric terms on my symptoms, and actually first discovered the author through a comment by a YouTube user on a video about juicing, having nothing to do with Andreas Moritz or the Amazing Liver and Gallbladder Flush. It was one of those times where a desperate person will try anything for some relief. I was frustrated by the lack of progress by my team of doctors, worried that my condition would worsen and that I would never find relief. After all, to this day, “Western Medicine” cannot diagnose my problem and has no solution except a never ending barrage of “tests”. I needed to do something fast. Finally, I will add that I came upon the mention of the Moritz Liver & Gallbladder Flush within 5 minutes of searching that night, but didn’t actually work on finding out more about the system until months after I initially saw the name. It was months after that, even, that I uncovered the potential for the liver flush to actually help me. I was seriously hesitant to try the program and even to spend the $10-20 for the “book”, because I was not quite sure it was worth it, or even legit in general.
The back story and my personal struggle
About three years ago, I went to give plasma as a precursor to donating to a friend who was undergoing a major surgery and needed my type of blood. In this first screening for donation of plasma (which was not at a facility which paid me for doing so), the doctor alerted me to a large amount of protein in my urine. My urine had for the past month or so, been particularly frothy and foamy. I hadn’t noticed or worried about it because I felt fine, looked good and had excellent health at the time…or so I thought.
It wasn’t until this moment (finding out that I had a large amount of protein in my urine) that I actually began to feel uncomfortable or recognize specific symptoms. I even questioned whether my experiencing these symptoms was psychological and in direct correlation with the “unknown” surrounding this revelation of protein in my urine. I hadn’t felt ANYTHING prior to this announcement by the doctor. He urged me to see a nephrologist. Even with a PPO insurance coverage, I was not able to set an appointment with a nephrologist, and instead, I went to see a general practitioner with a known history of treatment for diabetes, kidney failure and other similar conditions (which proteinuria had a correlation with). They confirmed I had proteinuria, but were unable to easily diagnose the cause of the problem due to my nearly perfect vital signs and health readings.
My blood pressure was between 117/83 and 124/85; my other levels, like triglycerides, cholesterol, glucose levels, etc. were all near perfect. They ran extensive tests on me to determine where they could find some biological failure. They could not. Interestingly, the day of my first doctor’s visit, I began retaining water in my left knee and ankle, had sever discomfort in my left-side kidney and left shoulder, and was urinating dark yellow liquid (sometimes more like orange/brown), despite drinking nearly two gallons of water a day. I was beginning to fatigue easily, had trouble standing for long periods of time and was incredibly uncomfortable driving for more than 25 minutes. I was beginning to feel like someone had poisoned me. My symptoms were immediate; unexplained and severe. I was scared.
I would google things, looking for any resolution to my problems; talk with healthcare professionals and listen to any advice I could find surrounding supplements for healthy body function.
I started taking some relatively tame supplements to ensure my body was functioning properly, including cayenne pepper, cinnamon, garlic and other “natural” supplements. I began eating low-fat, low-sodium, low protein meals, prepared myself using many raw foods and complex grains known for their positive effects on the human body. Things like quinoa, flax and brown rice became integral parts of my diet. Fresh fruits, nut butters and Greek yogurt became staples in my diet (yogurt being a major protein replacement for me); I was eating 60% vegetables and had an excellent fiber intake. I was drinking about 1.5 gallons of fresh filtered water (not tap water) each day, and yet, my health was deteriorating.
I experienced months of horrible health with hundreds of very expensive visits to doctors and specialists. I was gaining weight despite lowering my caloric and fat intake. I was retaining water, my blood pressure would spike uncontrollably at times and I would pass out occasionally. I was in Hell.
Occasionally my blood pressure would go to 195/93 or worse, causing me to become faint, pass out, or feel horrible; but would return to 117/83 after 15-30 minutes. I couldn’t explain any of my symptoms; and despite my copious notes and observations of my health and daily intake of food as well as what I was doing by the half hour, my doctors were stumped. I was being seen by the foremost expert in my region for nephrology, as well as the most decorated and well respected internist on the West Coast of the United States and had undergone over 50 MRI’s, Ultrasounds and other imaging procedures.
My kidney was close to “nephrotic”, my protein levels in my blood were off the chart and only a single observation could be concluded: that I had a slightly fatty liver, and that I was several pounds overweight. My doctors insisted I continue to reduce stress, lose a token amount of weight and take further tests (the same tests I had taken many times before). They were hesitant to give me a medication because they could not diagnose a problem. Many of my doctors were seemingly annoyed that I was personally so involved with finding a diagnosis and looking for relief of my symptoms. They were explicit about the concerns they had if my condition continued, but were surprisingly less interested in offering any solution to these symptoms.
I felt lost, ignored and scared.
Eventually, I stopped going to doctors and regained some semblance of lifestyle with a combination of deep breathing exercises, healthy food intake and low activity levels. There were times however, that I considered gathering family and friends to tell them I was going to die soon. I felt worse than I had ever felt, even worse than the most painful and traumatic situations I had ever before experienced. At times I was sure I was leaving this world.
I had a single diagnosis: a slightly enlarged liver (a so-called FATTY LIVER); which my doctor attributed to my being slightly overweight. I spent over 10k in out of pocket costs to receive this answer (despite getting such a diagnosis in my third visit of 175+ total doctor’s visits).
It was the only thing I could use as a starting point. I was basically bedridden, looking for solutions in the vast sea of ridiculous reviews and “expert knowledge” conveyed through internet experts. I was up against a wall.
In a roundabout way, I became introduced to the Moritz treatment and it seemed an esoteric connection to my condition and one I MIGHT explore, IF I couldn’t find a better, more specific solution in a few hundred hours of research in these unproven areas (chat rooms, forums, product reviews and simple keyword searches).
Why I decided to try the Moritz Amazing Liver and Gallbladder Flush
I was desperate, but not stupid. In trying to determine if this liver and gallbladder flush could help me, I expended a large amount of time analyzing and scrutinizing the reviews online. Having a large amount of written work online myself, I’m aware at how easy it is to manipulate impressions online and how easy it is to hire people to review products on amazon and other venues to sell content. I’m proud to say I haven’t resorted to such methods, but I have been propositioned to write such reviews. I was very skeptical of this book.
I went out on a whim when I purchased the cheapest version of the book, and I’m extremely satisfied with my purchase now. I couldn’t have possibly realized the benefits of this book until after I read it. That’s the point of this review: you need information to make informed decisions. This review and the others out there can only provide a catalyst to use such a treatment procedure; THEY SHOULD NOT be used on their own as a replacement for the text.
I was convinced to buy the Moritz book after hearing the wide ranging and mysterious symptoms experienced by the reviewers of the product. I was convinced however, that many of the best reviews were solicited in some way (I can’t shake that feeling even now-AFTER BENEFITING GREATLY FROM THE FLUSH MYSELF). Some of the existing reviews for the Amazing Liver and Gallbladder flush book seem a bit too perfect to be realistic, even though I personally will heap praise on this treatment option for a wide range of my own symptoms.
Put little faith in the reviews that showcase the book as an all-inclusive cure to a bevy of conditions afflicting people around the globe. The flush isn’t prefect. It doesn’t cure you instantly; it is not something that is easy. It requires dedication, observation, action and focus. It also requires that you know your body to get the maximum effect.
After reading the book I personally realized that the text was the MOST CANDID assessment of what COULD BE HAPPENING inside my body. THAT and that alone, was the single compelling factor for me to do the flush. I probably could have felt comfortable having spent the money on the book and never doing the flush for that simple fact. The book substantiated my own concerns; my own unanswered questions about my “traditional” medicine treatments and helped me to realize that it was time to do something about my problems. This book helped me to realize that such a protocol could help me; the reviews were what helped me to decide to buy the book.
The Amazing Liver and Gallbladder Flush is available for free online, but…
This system is available online for free (something that annoys me, but also helped me to be convinced of the program’s usefulness). I caution you to avoid doing this flush without reading the entire book first.
I searched and searched reviews; spent probably 30 hours reading information about the book (I make a comfortable living as a risk management consultant, and my billing time is expensive). I was not efficient with my time. I was better off buying the book, then requesting a refund if it didn’t make sense to me, but I was more worried about doing further damage to my health or triggering a life threatening event by doing the flush. (NONE OF MY FEARS WERE REALIZED). I was not convinced this book would be helpful, and that’s why I’m such a big fan of the program now.
Mr. Moritz died recently, and (I believe) his family sold the company to another health oriented company; they probably receive some royalties when books sell. I can respect that. There is some chatter that his death was shrouded in mystery, and even that this program contributed to his death. I call BS on that claim and will preface everything after this line of the review by saying: the Amazing Liver and Gallbladder Flush (also known as the Miracle Liver and Gallbladder Flush) by Andreas Moritz, is about as gentle and non-invasive a program as you can find. I was shocked after starting the flush that he had been so cautionary in his text about the flush. He over-amplifies the procedure to ensure there is no concern left unaddressed by his readers.
If you read the book, you see the warnings and precautions by Moritz. With the free version online, you miss the most important part of the book: the similarity that his “diagnosis” has with your symptoms. The flush is amazing, but more important for me, was the justification for doing the flush. As I read the book, I was convinced that Moritz, a man I have never met, knew my condition better than the doctors who had analyzed it for the previous 3 years or so. His astute connection in his writing of explanation to the symptoms I have been experiencing was uncanny at minimum. The so-called diagnoses of my doctors were in direct correlation to Mr. Moritz’ solutions of these problems; this book, read in its entirety made more sense to me, than the hundreds of hours I spent listening to my confused doctors.
Why you should buy the book The Amazing Liver and Gallbladder Flush by Andreas Moritz
Many reading this and considering the flush will have already spent a large sum of money or time on finding relief for their symptoms, or perhaps do not have the access to funds or the appropriate healthcare coverage to pay for continuing (non-helpful) “diagnosis” by traditional medical practitioners. The bottom line is this: if you are not able to find a diagnosis for your symptoms, it is worth the small sum of money the book costs, to simply give you a better idea of how the body works and how it relies so heavily on the liver to function continually.
This isn’t a sales pitch (though I would receive a small commission if you were to purchase the book through one of my affiliate links-something like .50 cents), it’s a reality of the situation. You ought to be as well informed about an intensive treatment option before you adhere to it that you can be. Sure this review, and others online are helpful in helping you to decide, but you SHOULD read the book to understand if it fits for you first. There is not a replacement for this book which can help you make that decision, so read the book first. If you want some additional information I invite you to email me (I’ll do my best to reply quickly) with your specific questions if you feel they relate to my experience and you’re not quite sure the book is worth the money. I assure you, the time I will spend responding will never justify the small commission I would make, but quite simply, your health is as important to you as mine is to me, and if I can help you then it’s worth it.
I learned more about my internal organs and their work and harmony, than I previously knew, and this book has helped me to understand potential solutions going forward, not to mention the benefit I received by doing this.
You should note though, that I am quite certain that the Amazing Liver and Gallbladder Flush is not going to solve the problems EVERYONE has. I’m not going to make some crazy claim that this is a perfect solution for any mystery symptom. You are here because it might make sense; I’m trying to help you determine if it does, and I say: buy the book, see if it jives with what you know about your body, and then do the flush if you’re comfortable with it. I WAS NOT CONVINCED that the flush could be helpful until I read the book. I was not ready to do the flush until after I read the book. I did not understand my own situation until I say that the things my doctors could not diagnose were highlights of the book. The book DID WORK for me. The money spent was worth it, though even as I was buying the book, I was not convinced that I was being prudent with even such a small sum of money.
What the flush is like and why the book isn’t as accurate as it could be
The flush isn’t nearly as bad as it seems in the book. I was expecting something quite harsh (the author makes it out to be a drastic treatment); it might make more sense if you consider that many of the people who might come across this book are either super healthy; looking for more healthful lifestyle choices OR they are super unhealthy, having eating poorly, exercised infrequently and/or suffering from unexplained conditions. In that context, it makes sense that the author would portray the flush as a harsh treatment. For the healthy crowd, it wouldn’t be drastic, but it would be something new; for the unhealthy crowd, it might provide a shock to their system.
I read the book by skimming through it, then went and bought the items to flush with, intending to lengthen the preparatory period by 2x the normal length of time. I figured I could flesh out the book’s content over this period of time and determine if I was still interested in doing the Amazing Liver and Gallbladder Flush.
My biggest concern was water retention and blood pressure spikes, as well as potential kidney failure from the intake of such a large amount of salt (with the Epsom salt concoction). I was genuinely concerned that I would have to be taken to the Emergency Room after such a high sodium intake over such a short period of time. I was worried that the flush might cause more problems than good for my body.
I considered this to be the biggest concern, though it would also require me to drink 4 ounces of olive oil, a particularly fatty and foreign portion of an otherwise healthy staple of my diet. I would also be expected to have diarrhea for at least 24 hours.
A week before my planned flush (I planned my flush three weeks prior to actually doing it), I was thrown a surprise party by my girlfriend and best friend, which whisked me off to Las Vegas for a foodie adventure, something I enjoyed doing prior to my sudden onset symptoms.
We planned on visiting a few buffets (which I don’t do much of) and a high end steak house, known for its decadent preparations. I was worried that the increase in alcohol (I’m only a very infrequent social drinker who consumes MAYBE 30 ounces of alcohol a year-mostly red wine) and the increase in fat, sodium and heavy food would trigger a poor response by my body. I was fine throughout the trip until the last day, where I had seemingly contracted food poisoning. In fact I had: I vomited 15+ times and experienced both constipation and diarrhea over a 36 hour period, all while having to drive 5+ hours home from Las Vegas. It was rough. I was concerned that such a recent bout of food poisoning might negatively affect my experience with the Liver and Gallbladder flush.
As such, I decided to use an additional week’s worth of preparation to “soften” the Gallstones in my Liver. Now don’t read too far into this previous sentence. Until I actually performed the flush for the first time, I was yet unconvinced that such a condition even existed (gallstones in the liver) or that I personally suffered from them. I was still as big a skeptic as you or anyone else, especially considering I had been relying on poor medical advice for the previous 2+ years.
I was only convinced of a single thing: If anyone knew my body it was me. My disturbingly comprehensive observation and self-analysis over the previous three years or so had allowed me to notice even the slightest change in my health, including even a 5 point change in blood pressure.
I assumed IF I had such stones in my liver, AND IF those stones were causing a poorly functioning and fatty liver, which in turn was causing a poorly functioning kidney, as I was particularly convinced COULD be the case after reading Mr. Moritz’ book, THEN I would need to be sure to soften the stones well enough to prove such an occurrence to compel me to continue such flushing. The book says you must flush a large amount of times to ensure a return to normal body functionality. I was going to allow myself to follow the instructions to the “T” and even help my body prepare better than instructed in the book.
I want to be clear: I’m not a doctor, and I am not an expert on conditions or treatments. I made a choice based on my own personal knowledge of my body and cannot recommend that you do the same. I suggest you follow the procedure exactly as listed in the book.
I took a malic acid supplement in addition to the heavy intake of both cranberry and apple juice as instructed in the book, for two weeks prior to the actual flush. I was taking in more malic acid than I had ever before done. I avoided all red meat, and ate only very small amounts of chicken and fish and turkey during the preparatory phase. I ate only about ½ of my normal caloric intake for two weeks with an emphasis on high-fiber, low fat, low sodium complex grains. If anything, I was not eating enough fresh vegetables (something I changed in later flushes). I was drinking about 48 ounces of “organic” high end apple juice made by a local health food purveyor with early shelf dates. I was making my own unsweetened cranberry juice from fresh/frozen whole cranberries by cooking them in only filtered water.
This seemed to work well for me. I don’t like apple juice, but I’m growing fonder of it. I found THIS, of all things, to be the harshest part of the entire process. YES, that’s correct; I personally found drinking 32+ ounces of apple juice a day to be the WORST part of the entire liver and gallbladder flush, as formulated by Andreas Moritz.
The drinking of the Epsom salt wasn’t nearly as bad as the book had led me to believe it was.
The drinking of grapefruit juice and olive oil (10 ounces of the stuff) was actually incredibly pleasant.
The “diarrhea” wasn’t harsh, it was actually interesting and gave me an even better insight to my body function than I expected.
Eating healthy foods without red meat wasn’t out of the norm for me really and as such wasn’t difficult.
I can definitely see why the author “hypes” the process a bit. He does it to ensure he has left nothing out; for full disclosure and so that people cannot summarily come back and say: YOU FOOLED ME-I HATED THAT CLEANSE, etc., etc.
This flush is about as natural and easy a process to perform as there ever was IF YOU REMAIN FOCUSED.
I am actually bothered that I bought into the author’s “cautions” as far as I did. Now, I might be a special case, but I found this to be gentle.
The drinking of Epsom salt solution (I added about 1 ounce of fresh unsweetened lemon juice), about like letting an aspirin dissolve on the tongue, except that it wasn’t even THAT bad. The taste was slightly bitter, a bit like eating a lemon peel/pith. It was easy to do. I simply rinsed my mouth out with water after each time.
The drinking of the oil/grapefruit concoction tasted like watered down orange juice like you might find at a hotel continental breakfast.
The subsequent watery stools weren’t particularly uncomfortable, but they DID yield a significant amount of these “gallstones”.
Now….here’s the deal: I don’t know if these things in the toilet floating are really gallstones. I don’t even know if they are caused by what I drank in the previous weeks, or the olive oil drink. I don’t know anything technical except that my comfort levels have improved dramatically as a result of this flush.
The book seems to be too explicit, too over-the-top and it’s not nearly as daunting a challenge to do this flush as one is led to believe.
What you can expect from the Liver and Gallbladder Flush
I did not have to be rushed to the emergency room, but I did feel particularly groggy the morning after the actual flush (drinking the Epsom salt and then the Olive oil mixture) and experienced a slight bump in blood pressure for about 15 minutes after my second Epsom salt drink (blood pressure went from 124/82 to 135/87 or so). I did experience a bit of tingling in my stomach, feet, and hands (which I can attribute to heavier sodium intake and lack of bodily movement); I DID NOT drink as much water as I usually do daily and this could also be a contributing factor.
I had nearly nothing in my bowels prior to the actual flush as I was clearing my bowels well after the bout with food poisoning from the previous week.
I DID NOT perform a colon cleanse prior or during the flush. I may do that in subsequent flushes or in general for health purposes: the jury is still out on that.
I DID NOT use an enema as suggested in the book.
I had about 9 watery bowel movements and ejected about 30-100 small “stones” during each of most of these trips to the bathroom. Some BM’s resulted in only a few small “pellets” of floating green and orange material. I did not see normal fecal matter during the first 36 hours after the flush process. The morning of the second day after the flush I began to see more “normal” waste excretion.
The morning after the flush is odd; baths and showers helped to wake me up and reinvigorate me. I felt fresh, but did experience some minor headaches and a bit of “acne” or pimples and whiteheads. I had a bit of mucus in the nose, a slight burning after a couple of urinations and much fresher breath each morning, despite not brushing my teeth nearly as often during the flush as I normally do.
My constantly present pain in my shoulder and leg side of my body, including localized pain in my kidney subsided for the first 72 hours of so after the flush, returning (as foretold by Mr. Moritz in his book) about the third day after the flush.
I personally felt better in the two week period of preparation than I have in over 2 years, and was pleasantly surprised to see the “same results” as everyone else has seen.
I personally do not feel this flush will cause additional damage to my body or that it will yield minimal results. Quite the opposite: thus far I have seen incredible results during and after each flush.
You can expect to feel the items being expelled from your body, and it’s not a bad feeling. You can expect to feel toxins being expelled from your body (that’s my assumption as to why I had headaches and mucus and zits). You can expect to have more energy during the preparation phase if you follow the instructions.
While I deviated a bit from the book’s instructions, I think you should follow the process exactly for best results.
My intention going forward after the Amazing Liver and Gallbladder Flush
I’ll be doing this flush once a month for the next year or so, as prescribed in the book. Yes this seems excessive, but given the excellent results compared to the non-existent results from my traditional medical treatment, it’s a small price to pay.
I plan to wait three weeks each time BEFORE starting the next flush. At which time, I will do a week of preparation instead of the two that I did the first time.
I plan to take a small dosage of malic acid supplement and consume 4-8 ounces a day of fresh homemade cranberry juice most days (meaning most every day of the year, not just in the week-long preparatory phase of each flush).
I plan to update my review online HERE on my blog to include future concerns, results, expectations and notations.
My history with alternative methods and flushes
I may form hereon out, refer to Andreas Moritz and Dr. Moritz. I’m not sure he is a doctor of any type, at least not in credentials. He is well received in his community, but I don’t think that you should consider him a medical resource in the traditional sense of the word. I refer to him as “Dr.” for a simple reason: he is offering treatment advice for medical concerns. I am not convinced he is proficient in Western medicine; while I have had good results thus far with his program, I do not want anyone to be confused into thinking he is a credentialed or practicing doctor in Western, regulated medicine. Please keep this in mind.
I consider many naturopathy practitioners to be kooks and/or hippies. Furthermore I see a lot of money being made selling supplements and many BS reviews of such alternative medicine treatments. I have only ever used one single branded flush or cleanse system prior to this program. I experienced incredible results, much like this program and am a staunch supporter of the Dr. Natura brand of colon cleanse products. I have used these products on a semi regular basis (actually I have not used for the period of time during my kidney problem-as a recommendation by my Western medicine practitioners) in the past but will begin to use them starting next month as I can incorporate them into my lifestyle again. I feel like I have been duped by my “regular” doctors, and have only ever had positive experiences with the COLONIX and this particular flush (the Dr. Moritz Amazing Liver and Gallbladder Flush).
No other methods have ever intrigued me, or had seemingly produced the results that these two systems have had; regardless of whether these programs are fake, real, or otherwise: I personally have had incredible success on a variety of symptoms with these two products. These are the only items I have ever used, and while you might think I have bought into the hype of the sales copy for these programs, I have noticed HUGE benefits from both products. Both of these items will continue to be used until they stop working or until I find a better solution to combat the problems I use them for.
I am, as a result of having such great success with these two products, now more compelled to explore “natural” remedies and body/toxin cleanses, but don’t anticipate going crazy in such a quest.
In full disclosure: I endorse both of these products for general health and for treatment of mystery symptoms, so long as you can justify each of the processes for your unique situation. I do stand to make token commissions from subsequent sales of these items if you click on the links which lead to a purchasing page for these items/programs. I appreciate if you do choose to buy these products as a result of the information I write and my experience with them. I do not expect you to do so, and won’t compel you to do so unless you feel your situation could be made better by such a purchase. My goal is to share my story, give credit where credit is due, and hopefully help someone from experiencing the same concerns I have in the past.
If you are reading this it is because you key word searched some term which applies to this post. Probably it is a direct result of the name of the book involved, or it is because you are typing in a string of words uniquely associated with protein in the urine, or an undiagnosed kidney condition or unexplained fatigue; blood pressure swings, unexplained fatty liver, poor medical advice concerning mysterious symptoms or something like that.
It is this reason that I am writing this. I don’t expect to make much money from this blog post. I DO EXPECT to help someone find out the problem they have and A SOLUTION. I don’t want anyone to suffer long term from the condition and symptoms I have. I hope that the genius algorithms which run the major search engines will help to bring the right people to this post quickly so they can explore the option which is seemingly working for me.
I have a great deal of faith in the Dr. Moritz method of flushing the liver and gallbladder, though it is relatively new to me. I anticipate at minimum, for this program to help improve my health and my daily quality of life, as it has done just that, early on.
Things you should consider and my own personal warnings for the flush
- Be prepared to have watery and otherwise awkward bowel movements.
- Be prepared to focus on the process, and try your best not to deviate from the protocols of the flush.
- Be prepared to experience a bit of water retention.
- Be prepared to be uncomfortable for about 16 hours in a few minor ways.
- Be prepared to see drastic results if you follow the program, if for no other reason than you are eating more healthily and without a many calories as normal.
- Be prepared to drink a lot of apple juice.
- Be prepared to be skeptical until you read the book several times.
- Don’t eat red meat; don’t overeat before or during the flush.
- Don’t buy bad toilet paper; buy moist wipes.
- Don’t forget to brush your teeth: the acidic items can damage your teeth.
- Don’t expect miracles, but look for simple improvements.
- Don’t take my results as indicative of your guaranteed results.
- Don’t do the flush unless you read the book-even if you don’t buy it through my affiliate link.
- Don’t simply skim the book-read it over and over before flushing, and look for concerns in your own situation before you commit to the flush. Only YOU know what you can tolerate and which items might negatively affect your health.
Buy the book: The Amazing Liver and Gallbladder Flush
You can buy the book THE AMAZING LIVER AND GALLBLADDER FLUSH here.
You can buy another version of Dr. Mortiz’ work in the book THE MIRACLE LIVER AND GALLBLADDER CLEANSE here.
Either version is acceptable and explains most of the process and reasoning, as well as containing the flush itself. The First book is more expensive, but considerably more comprehensive from a mystery medical condition perspective.
You can buy DR. NATURA COLONIX here.
Bear in mind, the Dr. Moritz program has nothing to do with the Colonix program. They are not overtly or commercially linked or otherwise affiliated.
I hope you do buy these products, even if not from me, but I’ll be grateful if my content has helped you to make the decision to buy and you do so through one of my links; it helps to fund my website. Thanks in advance if you choose to do so; I doubt you’ll be regretful for buying either system.
Living a healthy lifestyle while still being normal
I like to eat great tasting food. I hate drinking apple juice and otherwise uninteresting juices. If I am forced to drink juice or other sweet drinks I demand that I juice them myself from fresh interesting produce, or that I buy from a reputable source; fresh squeezed (like Robeks, Jamba Juice or other national brands-I only drink unsweetened non-dairy items form these companies-these just taste better than their sweeter drinks and are much healthier in my view).
I don’t drink a lot, but I don’t limit myself in most situations either. I drink until I am buzzed, or in many cases stop at a single drink, with no effect on my senses. I simply have eliminated MOST alcohol from my life. I enjoy it occasionally, but feel MUCH better when I don’t drink. My friends and family are not bothered or otherwise affected by my lack of drinking; in fact I’ve gotten overwhelmingly positive response.
I am a consultant in the wine-making industry (as well as other industries) and am occasionally required to taste a great deal of wine and other pressed alcohols, so I am occasionally a bit more inebriated than I prefer, but feel my lifestyle isn’t negatively affected by this. I simply avoid most alcohols with sugars or avoid mixers and drink less quantity of straight alcohol. It’s improved my comfort considerably and has had little negative impact on my social life. I am a great designated driver.
I cook with much less salt and used mustard, vinegar and other natural herbs and spices to substitute for flavor and seasoning. I cook a lot with coconut oil, olive oil and ghee instead of other more processed fats. I use complex grains and use a lot of fiber creatively to get the right kind of calories, but I also try not to swear off of the best tasting foods including meats; I simply exercise some restraint and use these foods in moderation.
I eat better than most people from a flavor perspective; while still eating a healthier overall diet, but I never feel constrained by a “DIET”.
Long term cleansing and fasting
I enjoy fasting for spiritual reasons and often go two full days without food or water (using minimal water the second day as necessary); I also have done lemon juice/cayenne fasts with great success for up to 12 days at a time. I intend to continue to fast and cleanse as appropriate.
At this point I consider one full food and water fast (two days) a month, combined with 4, five day lemon water fasts a year to be appropriate. Additionally, I will do between 30 and 90 days of COLONIX each year (it’s a simple process which is not difficult to do); and I will use the flushes by Dr. Moritz as “prescribed” in his book (a couple times a year after the first 10-12 flushes).
These choices make sense for me; they help me feel better and they are having a dramatic positive impact on my health and quality of life.
I am anything but holistic/hippy in the most traditional sense. I’m not some homeopathic or naturopathic freak who pushes my lifestyle on anyone. I eat at Michelin STARRED restaurants quite often; live in a master planned community in a tract style home; have a normal job outside of alternative medicine or healing or medical marijuana. I don’t smoke weed or like the smell of patchouli. I could care less about eating a bunch of supplements; I just want to feel better. I have realized that you can live a “normal” or “mainstream” lifestyle and incorporate certain “non-traditional” practices at the same time. Many of my colleagues and business associates have no idea I even suffer from a “kidney condition”, or have in the past, had a horrible quality of life medically. I work from home often and am lucky to have been introduced to programs like the liver and gallstone flush and Colonix (remember to look at my review for that product HERE).
I’m about as mainstream as it gets. You’re as likely to find me in a club hanging out or at dinner at a restaurant (though I choose healthier options more often than not) as you are to find me working a garden or talking about bowel movements. My goal was and is, to improve my own quality of life with reasonable options and to help you do the same. The Amazing Liver and Gallbladder flush I reviewed here is one step in the process to finding that higher quality of life. I hope you found this review fair and balanced and can find some useful information here.