I had never heard of cleansing one's gall bladder before. Apparently there's a method with some rather pronounced effects on the, um, stool. However, we don't really know the stuff coming out is crud from the gall bladder. It could be some kind of wild chemical reaction between the olive oil, beets, and lemon acid. Heck, for all we know it's from the medulla oblongata.
Since it seems we have more than a few gall bladder-less among our number, and since self-experimentation is all but a tenet of the paleo way, would any of you gall-less folks like to try a cleanse and report back whether you get the green & white stuff?
If you do while not having a gall bladder, then clearly something else is going on. Of course, if you don't, well -- absence of evidence is not evidence of absence, but it would still be interesting results.
I'm so fascinated by this I'm even ready to offer a 100 point bounty. I just need to think of a way to confirm the results (suggestions welcomed). I don't want to pay-out to someone pulling my leg. Yes... the gall of some people.