The gallbladder is an organ that is responsible for releasing bile, a substance whose function is to mix with fats in the intestine so that they are absorbed.
So when ingesting this type of food, this organ is stimulated and being inflamed or containing Stones can cause more pain and discomfort. See more on gallstone symptoms.
During a gallbladder crisis, you should eat foods rich in water, drink it progressively and in moderate amounts, and eat foods with little or no fat content, such as:
Fruits such as apple, pear, peach, papaya, pineapple, watermelon, strawberries, tangerines, oranges, kiwi, fig, raspberry, cherry, blackberry, melon; Vegetables in general, especially cooked, since they facilitate digestion.
Oatmeal and whole grains preferably like rice, pasta, bread; Tubers like potato, cassava, banana, yam, sweet potato; Milk and skimmed derivatives to tolerance, since in some people they may cause discomfort, in these cases vegetable drinks such as rice or oat milk, for example, can be used.
Low-fat, cooked or grilled meats, such as skinless chicken, fish, and turkey; Water, juices and fruit jams.
In addition to consuming these foods, it is important to cook them on the grill or steamed, because these are culinary preparations in which no fat is added to the food.
Foods to Avoid
Fruits like coconut, avocado and acai because they are rich in fat; Whole milk and yogurts; High-fat cheeses such as Parmesan, cheddar, blue cheese; Butter and any other animal fat.
Fatty meats such as pork, beef, duck, bacon, or goose; Sausages such as ham, salami, sausages, mortadella, serrano ham; Viscera such as liver, heart, kidney or guts.
Oilseeds such as walnuts, hazelnuts, almonds, cashew, peanuts; Peanut butter, cashew or some other dried fruit; Sunflower, corn, coconut, linseed, olive oils. Fatty fish such as tuna, salmon, salmon trout, and sardines; Other foods such as chocolate, cookies, puff pastry, meat broth, ready sauces, and mayonnaise.
In addition to this, you should avoid the intake of frozen foods such as pizzas and lasagna, fast food and alcoholic beverages. And any food that is basically highly processed.
Gallstones that do not cause symptoms typically do not require treatment. If you have gallstones that require treatment, talk to your doctor about proven treatment options, such as surgical removal, bile salt tablets, or sound wave therapy.
In most cases, cleaning the gallbladder involves eating or drinking a combination of olive oil, medicinal plants, and some type of fruit juice for several hours. Proponents claim that cleaning the gallbladder helps break down gallstones and stimulates the gallbladder to release them in the stool.