What to Eat After Gallbladder Removal?

What to Eat After Gallbladder Removal?

What to Eat After Gallbladder Removal?

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so let’s talk about what to eat after you have your gallbladder removed so the first thing you want to try to understand is why you had the gallbladder out in the first place so a couple things will cause gallbladder problems number one estrogen that could be from birth control pills let’s say you were pregnant let’s say you are taking hormone replacement therapy etc number two high levels of insulin will do that so a highly refined carbohydrate diet a lot of junk food a lot of sugar and also certain side effects from medications will create gall stones and the destruction of the gall bladder so whatever you did that could have created that you want to clean that up so just because you had a gallbladder out and now you’re able to eat certain foods that you didn’t eat before and they’re unhealthy you don’t want to continue to do that simply because the gall bladder problem was just a symptom of a bigger problem so you really want to clean up your diet and that’s what I’m gonna recommend right here especially if you don’t have a gallbladder because you have certain weaknesses that you’re gonna have to compensate for the biggest thing is this so when they remove the gallbladder they remove the storage pouch for bile bile helps you dissolve the fat to help you extract certain nutrients from the fat without that and I’m talking about the storage a sack and the concentration of the bile now you are going to have a deficiency in bile because you no longer can store it and one point about that is that when you don’t have the gallbladder you don’t have the ability to concentrate the bile in the gallbladder you’re basically concentrating bile up to 20 times not 20% 20x so that bile is so super concentrated it doesn’t take much to be able to create the full digestive effect that you need so you don’t have this concentration anymore and bile so you’re going to have this diluted bile in smaller amounts so eventually you end up with deficiencies in vitamin A that’s the eyes sinuses the immune system vitamin D the bone vitamin the heart even your hair needs vitamin E vitamin K that’s one thing number two lower amounts of money omega-3 fatty acids so that’s really important in heart and vision and brain cognitive function mood so if you can’t absorb these it doesn’t help to take more of them because you’re not processing or breaking it down so what does that mean it means that you should probably take some purified bile salts I put a link down below for more information on what I would recommend for that now as far as the symptoms that can occur after they remove the gallbladder these are some side effects but I think if you eat correctly and you support what you’re missing I think you can really minimize these effects right here but number one gastritis and acid reflux diarrhea because what’s happening is the liver is making bile and it’s trickling down this little duct into the small intestine even when you’re not eating so it’s just kind of constantly draining and bile is a lubricant for the colon so it’s going to create a laxative effect but also you could have constipation as well depending on what’s happening a lot of times when they remove the gallbladder you develop scar tissue in there and then that could have struck the bile even more and then you have even more of a deficiency but if you don’t have the file you can constipate it because there’s no lubrication so you can have either one another symptom is anal leakage another one is abdominal pain and realize the microbes in your gut help you recycle bile 90% of the bile is recycled so if you have any problems with your micro bacteria down here that can be another reason why you’re suffering over here in the production of bile because they’re both connected okay gas fat malabsorption we talked about that and even stones in the liver and I’m talking about developing stones in the duct that comes right out of the liver right here that’s a potential because the stones actually are caused by a deficiency in bile so anyway that’s one possibility right there all right what would you eat number one you don’t want to do necessarily a low-fat diet why because it’s the fat that triggers the bile release so the lesser amount of fat that you eat the lesser bile production but we don’t want to do too much because we don’t want to overload the system because you only have a certain amount of bile and so if you actually have too much fat you’re just gonna strain the whole system because you don’t have enough file to digest that fat so a moderate amount of fat not a low fat diet not a high fat a moderate amount of fat moderate amount of protein and low carbs why because it’s high insulin that causes the problem the first place okay high insulin will deplete your bile reserve higher amounts of vegetables would be very very beneficial and the more bitter a vegetable is that better apple cider vinegar will help you increase the flow of bile through these ducts through here fermented vegetables are very very beneficial why because they add the prebiotic which is a the fiber that feeds the microbes to actually grow that way you’ll get better recycling with your bile and it also has a probiotic effect it has friendly bacteria to give you more bacteria to take the stress off this recycling mechanism right here so fermented vegetables are really good big salads are very very beneficial you can even steam some vegetables as well and the last thing you want to do is make sure you do not stuff yourself do not eat so much food that you’re constantly bloated all the time you’re probably just gonna have to be very aware on what you eat and to make sure you don’t overdo it because that’s gonna put a big strain on this whole mechanism and shut down the bio even more and create more pain and more problem alright thanks for watching so if you want more knowledge on how to create a healthy body subscribe now and get daily notifications daily notifications that sounds 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In this video, Dr. Berg talks about what to eat after you had your gallbladder removed. Just because you had the gallbladder out and now you could be able to eat certain foods that you didn’t eat before, and that they’re unhealthy, you don’t want to continue to do that simply because the gallbladder problem was just a symptom of a bigger problem. If you don’t have the gallbladder, you have certain weaknesses that you’re going to have to compensate for.

Things that could cause Gallbladder Problems:
1. Estrogen – from birth control pills, pregnancy, hormone replacement therapy
2. High levels of insulin – highly refined carbohydrate diet, junk food and sugar
3. Side effects of medication

When the gallbladder is removed, they remove the storage pouch for bile which could cause a deficiency with bile. And when you don’t have a gallbladder, it also don’t have the ability to concentrate the bile. Bile helps dissolve the fat to help extract certain nutrients from the fat.

Low Bile Symptoms:
• Vitamin A deficiency (Eyes, Sinuses, Immune System)
• Vitamin D deficiency (Bone)
• Vitamin E deficiency (Heart, Hair)
• Vitamin K deficiency
• Low Omega-3 fatty acids

Side Effects of Gallbladder Removal
• Gastritis
• Acid Reflux
• Diarrhea
• Abdominal Pain
• Gas
• Fat Malabsorption
• Constipated
• Stones in Liver

What to Eat?
1. Moderate Fat
2. Moderate Protein
3. Low Carb
4. High Vegetables
5. Apple Cider Vinegar
6. Fermented Vegetables / Probiotic
7. Don’t Stuff Yourself

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Dr. Berg, 52 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of The New Body Type Guide and other books published by KB Publishing. He has taught students nutrition as an adjunct professor at Howard University. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media.


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