If you want to live a healthy life even if you've just had your gallbladder removed — then there's good news for you! You can definitely live without a gallbladder and you can maintain a healthy and fit life without it — as long as you stick to a diet.
Gallbladder removal surgery is performed on about one million Americans every year. Since you can live without it — many doctors suggest extraction once it becomes inflamed. Typically, inflammation occurs because of inflammation or the emergence of gallstones.
The medical term for removing the gallbladder is called “cholecystectomy” by the layman term is often enough to describe exactly what happens. If you're reading this — then you should already know that most gallbladder removals are done through laparoscopic techniques. This means there's very little invasion of the body and only a tiny cut. Unsurprisingly, this means that some people only need one night to recover from the surgery before being allowed home.
Physical activity is often limited a few days after the surgery. You may also be told to take certain medication to limit pain and infection post-operation. The advice of the doctor may vary depending on how healthy you are to begin with.
No matter how long you stayed in the hospital after your surgery however — it bears noting that the Gallbladder Removal Diet is a life-long commitment. This guide is designed to help you through those years.
By reading this guide, you should be able to learn the following information:• What your gallbladder does — and why your diet has to change once it is removed.
• The things you can eat — and how it will help you maintain proper health
• The things you're NOT supposed to eat and what happens if you do eat them.
• Dessert, sweets, grease — how to meet your cravings without ruining your diet.
• The healthy amount of food to eat.
• How to prepare your food after gallbladder removal
• On eating out — it's still possible with gallbladder surgery if you know how to frame your orders correctly
• Going on a weight loss diet without a gallbladder — is it possible?
• Enjoy yourself with food even as you accommodate your health needs!