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Gallbladder Health-What You Eat Affects Gallstones by Jim O'Connell





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Gallbladder Health-What You Eat Affects Gallstones


 
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Many people don't even realize they've got a gallbladder. Unlike the liver, most people can live lacking their gallbladder, as its prime function is to store bile produced by the liver, and at the proper point in time release it into the intestines to aid in digestion of fats. But when problems arise, usually in the form of gallstones, it's most commonly dealt with by surgically removing the gall bladder. In excess of a half million people in the United States have gall bladder surgery every year, and it is estimated you have about a 60% likelihood of having no change in health after the surgery. That leaves 40% that will still have symptoms.

Point is, it's usually not prudent to get rid of body parts unless you absolutely have to. Many people have experienced uncontrolled fat gain after gall bladder surgery, and although the liver will still be there to produce bile after the storage area (gallbladder) is departed, the liver may become overwhelmed to provide sufficient bile once faced with large quantities of fats, especially saturated or hydrogenated fats. This will likely lead to huge troubles for some people. But if the gall bladder is to the point where it's developing gall stones that may be detrimental to general health, it may be the only real alternative.

Clearly, the best way to go is to prevent gall bladder surgery in the first place, and the most effective control we have over this is through proper food regimen. Excess body weight will dramatically raise your probabilities of gallstones, as does a diet that is high in fat and cholesterol and low in fiber, such as:

* Fresh vegetables and fruits

* Whole grains, like whole-wheat bread and brown rice

* Fish, poultry and very lean meat

* Walnuts, almonds, and other nuts

* Low-fat dairy products

Conversely, some foods you ought to avoid or severely limit in your diet are high-fat foods including:

* Fried foods

* Highly processed foods, such as white bread or doughnuts

* Whole milk dairy products

* Fatty red meat

When changing your diet drastically so that you can lose weight, be aware that quick weight reduction can exasperate the problems with gallstones. If there's little or no fat in your diet, the gallbladder, whose task it is to secrete bile to digest fat, will become inactive without having to secrete bile. This inactivity is when gallstones are more prone to develop. Then when you eat a meal high in dietary fat, the gallbladder goes to work doing its job, and you become very vulnerable to a gallbladder attack. Aim for a gradual weight decline of one to two pounds per week with some fat to keep bile moving through the gallbladder, and always accompany a good eating plan with regular exercise.

Gall bladder troubles, it is said, come from the diet that modern Western society has adopted, which is high in refined carbohydrates and saturated fats. Altering your eating routine won't get rid of gall stones that you already have, but getting into a diet that's balanced in a variety of nutrients while limiting all of the bad things may well help ease your symptoms and put off what so many people are going through. Despite the fact that gallbladder surgery has become common, like we used to say in athletics, surgical procedure is only simple when it is performed on someone else. Gall bladder surgery is something to avoid if at all feasible, and a better diet is something we are able to all control.

Changing your habits to maintain a proper diet requires knowledge on what and, we think more importantly, why you should be eating certain foods. Motivation for a eating a good diet starts with being educated on why certain foods work, and why others don't. Learn all about the health effects of margarine and other topics on our website http://healtheybalanceddiet.com/. Jim O'Connell is a writer and health enthusiast living in Chicago.

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