How To Diet After Surgery To Remove The Gall Bladder?
, I want to ask, I am a woman aged 19 years but have not had bile since I was 17 years old. Due to the presence of gallstones. Since I don’t have bile, I often have ulcers and can be said to be in and out of the hospital a lot. And the day I got fatter, because to avoid my ulcer recurrence I kept eating. My weight which was 54 kg is now 66 kgs. What do doctors think is a good way to diet?
Hi Anastasya .. Thank you for the question given.
Bile is an organ in the digestive system. Where the important function of bile is to help the digestion of fat. So that if there is interference with the gall bladder, the process of digesting fat will be disrupted. After surgery to remove the gall bladder, sufferers can experience:
diarrhea and bloating when consuming fatty foods increases the incidence of stomach ulcers because one of the bile also neutralizes stomach acid After surgery to remove the gall bladder, the diet you can do is eat a nutritionally balanced diet, you can reduce fat consumption, increase consumption of vegetables, fruits, and balanced with regular exercise. And you can eat smaller portions but with a more frequent frequency. If you find it difficult to control your weight in the future. You can consult a nutritionist so that they can be given food suggestions by taking into account your target weight, activity, age, and more.
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