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Gallbladder diet

Almost every person knows that the gallbladder is an organ located very close to the liver and that it is shaped like a pear. People should know that it is a very important organ because its function is to store bile and concentrate. This function is important because bile plays a huge role in fat digestion.

Every person is in danger of developing gallstones. Gallstones are small substances which form in the gallbladder. This formation happens when the bile in the gallbladder hardens into pieces of a material that is like stone. People should know that there are lots of reasons why a person may develop gallstones. One of the most common is too much cholesterol or bilirubin in the bile.

Even though every person can develop gallstones, gender does play a part and women are more prone to developing gallstones than men. The main reason why that is so, is because of the hormone estrogen. Women are most likely to develop gallstones during pregnancy and when they are on birth control pills.

Weight of a person also plays a part and people who are overweight have a greater chance of developing gallstones.


People who are already suffering from gallstones will need to find a way to treat them and there are a lot of treatment options to choose from. However, every expert will agree that a gallbladder diet is the most effective way of treating gallstones. It is very important that people follow a diet even if they are trying some other treatment plan as well. It is important to avoid diets that are high in cholesterol and fat and low in fiber.

The best way to prevent gallstones is to follow a gallbladder diet. This particular diet is known to be rich in fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grain breads and cereals and lots of water. People should also consume more fiber. However, with more fiber, people need to intake more water in order to avoid constipation. Fats should not be totally excluded from the diet but limited.

Recommended foods after gallbladder removal

Diet after gallbladder removal should include a lot of apples, apricots, beets, cucumber, coconuts, ginger root, green beans, sweet potatoes, garlic, onions, lemons, tomatoes, grapes, papaya, pears and omega-3 oils.

Foods like chocolate, ice cream, eggs, red meat, milk, coffee, nuts, beans, pork, chicken, oranges, corn, saturated fats and fried foods should be avoided.

A person should talk to a doctor about the diet he or she would like to follow.

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