Can I do a Ketogenic Diet Without a Gallbladder?
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hey guys someone asked a question they wonder now if can I do the ketosis without a gallbladder okay one thing you to know is on occasion people do grow a gall bladder back okay they can regrow in some situations especially if they when they do the surgery they don’t take all of it out there could be a remnant type gall bladder there okay but the point is that if you don’t have a gall bladder you have to realize that in a ketogenic diet 75% of your calories are coming from fat okay and the other thing you know is that the gall bladder the purpose of the gall bladder is to store and concentrate bile now let’s back up what is bile bile is the detergent that dissolves the fats and the grease it’s kind of like you wash your hands from grease well the detergent that you wash your hands with is kind of like similar to bile so it breaks down fats in the digestive system okay so if you don’t have a gallbladder you’re going to just have a little tube from your liver to the small intestine and it’s going to trickle down but not necessarily at the right time because when you eat food that’s when your goal butter contracts and squeezes out a good amount of concentrated by 20x it concentrates the bowel by 20 times more so all that concentrate about comes in there dissolves the fat so now we have a situation where you just have a trickling you have less bile coming into the digestive system okay so one thing is a possibility that you can run out second thing you just might not have enough of it okay now what happens the bile combines also with the enzymes from the pancreas especially lipase so BIOS those two break down fat to small particles but then the lipase is an enzyme comes in there breaks it down into even smaller particles for the absorption so we can have a situation where you have incomplete fat digestion deficiency in fat soluble vitamins like vitamin A for the eyes of skin vitamin D for the bones vitamin E vitamin k2 that regulates calcium things like that so those are some consequences from that so one of the things that you may want to use and people want to know what what supplement is I would use the goal but a formula for people that don’t have a goal butter and a lot of people with the gallbladder take it but this basically gives you more purified bile salts so that way when you’re eating you have enough bile to make this digestion complete you don’t need to take it with every single meal but at least with one meal just to get some more bile in there that would be helpful especially if you start seeing symptoms of fat soluble vitamin deficiency symptoms like vitamin A deficiency vitamin D things like that or even just like your skin start drying out your hair is drying out your stool is floating then we need more bile so the answer is yes you should do a ketogenic diet with intermittent fasting because most of your calories are coming from fat you may want to supplement with the bile salts just to give you a boost but definitely check out to make sure you’re not deficient in any of the fat soluble vitamins as time goes on thanks for watching hey you probably already subscribed but if you haven’t press this little button down below and I will keep you updated
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Dr. Berg talks about doing ketosis without a gallbladder. The purpose of the gallbladder is to store and concentrate bile, which is the detergent that breaks down fats. Foods, esp. fats triggers the release of bile. Bile helps absorbs fat soluble vitamins A, D, E, K1, K2 and essential fatty acids, etc.
Intermittent fasting combined with ketosis actually helps the gallbladder, however, when you only do ketosis, you have the combination of higher fats but not intermittent fasting and the frequent eating can add additional stress on the gallbladder. Without a gallbladder, even more stress can be put on the digestion causing gallbladder symptoms: right shoulder pain, bloating, constipation, light colored stool and floating stool.
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