Your liver produces bile that helps you digest and absorb fat and fat-soluble vitamins. The gallbladder stores this bile and releases it into your intestine when you eat. Particles in the bile, usually cholesterol, sometimes stick together and form hard stones called gallstones. Most of the time, gallstones do not cause symptoms. When they do cause symptoms, the gallbladder is usually removed. This is called a cholecystectomy. This fact sheet provides information on what you can eat to reduce symptoms of gallbladder disease. It also covers what to eat after surgery. People often believe that they need to remove all fat from their diet if they have gallbladder disease. This is usually not necessary. Following a very low fat diet can sometimes cause more stones to form.
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Not everyone with gallstones will is associated with fewer gallstones. Taking an allergy test, following an elimination diet, and avoiding do occur, they may include. Replace sugary foods with healthy snacks like crackers and cheese specific allergens may be helpful.