Gallstones are thought to form due to chemical imbalances of the bile inside of our gallbladder. Bile is a green or dark-yellow fluid that is produced by the liver of most mammals and acts as a digestion aid in the small intestine. After bile has been produced by the liver, it then travels to the gallbladder to be stored for release. There are two types of common bile imbalance: Cholesterol and Bilirubin.
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