Foods That Trigger Gallbladder Attack Symptoms

If you are experiencing gallbladder symptoms it is highly suggested that you consider making some dietary changes so that the foods you eat do not aggravate the condition you have developed. The changes are more or less permanent so you need to be prepared to eat this way for life. Even if you have the gallbladder surgically removed you will be required to make life changing dietary choices so you might as well get started and alleviate some of that pain. The changes are not necessarily drastic but instead are quite simple. You can drink water that has a little lemon juice added. Lemons are good for liver functions and the liver and the gallbladder are connected. When you help one you help the other. Adding olive oil to the water and lemon juice on a daily basis can help to flush the stones from your system. Avoid foods like coffee, tea, saturated fats, milk, onions, beans, and eggs, and nuts. You also need to avoid foods like pork. All of the above mentioned foods will more than often trigger gallbladder attack symptoms.

If you are considering having your gallbladder removed simply because of the pain you have to be made aware that some people still experience the pain, and the bloating, and the gas problems after they have the organ removed. Of course the majority of the time when a doctor says the organ must be removed it is because they have exhausted all other medical treatments and the patient is still either experiencing a great deal of pain or they have developed more serious conditions do to blockage of the bile ducts. But another reason for suggesting a gallbladder removal is simply because it is a very lucrative operation. It can be disappointing to discover that forty percent of the people that have their organ removed surgically in order to alleviate these symptoms still experience the pain afterward. This is why the physicians recommend that the person modify their diet and attempt to control the symptoms in a natural manner other than surgical removal of the bile holding sac. Consider this as one of the alternative treatments: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3X0844aeeEA

 

 

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