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Veggies & Nuts: Patients with gallstones typically should stick to a high-fiber diet, possibly a vegetarian diet. Avoid foods high in saturated fat and trans-unsaturated fat (processed foods). Vitamin C is also very helpful. Nuts are also great. Weight control and avoidance of yo-yo dieting is also very important in reducing risk of gallstones. Good luck! ...Read more
Fatty foods : There is really no restriction per say. Fatty foods can cause diarrhea and cramps for majority of patients. Some pts have no issues at all. Others, get better w time and some never get better. Diarrhea is annoying but if dont mind, eats whatever. Imodium (loperamide) can help as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What are some foods recommended to eat when you have gall stones? I know what foods to avoid. Im looking for ideas of what i can eat
Fatty Foods: The GB is stimulated by fat so try to avoid these, otherwise, there are no foods that will cure this condition. YOU sound like it's tim,e for a cholecystectomy ...Read more
I had gastritis & gall bladder removed. On medication for both. Now I can't taste food properly. I can eat, just can't taste what I eat.
Chol 199, LDL 121, HDL 62, Trigl. 85. Why the push to get LDLbelow 100? Eat low carbs , prep most fresh food. Lost 30 lbs last yr w/gall bldr issues
New guidelines: Sounds like you're doing all the right things with a healthy diet and staying at a healthy weight. New guidelines were released last year, where we are no longer trying to reach a specific target number but rather treating patients who have certain risk factors. Talk to your doctor about these risk factors. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
All good: Generally there is no special diet for patient after gallbladder surgery some patient might not tolerate a rich or creamy or fatty meal it makes them go to the bathroom too often but in general all food are fine again before or after surgery bodies are nor created equally some digestive system might tolerate food that other do not simply watch what your body is trying to tell you. ...Read more
After my gallbladder remove is their still a chance to happen again a gall stone. Can still eat fat food or spicy?
Highly unlikely: If you had your gallbladder out for stones, there is a very small chance of having a retained stone but this is unlikely and is usually suspected prep by evaluating your us and labs. There is no real dietary restrictions after gallbladder surgery but patients sometimes find foods that bother them. This may be a temporary issue while the system gets used to life without the gallbladder. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My mom has barrets esophagus. She has diabetes, BP , thyroid..She's had kidney stones n recently hd her gall bladder removed. What food cn she eat ?
That's a tough one!: I would focus mostly on her diabetes and eating appropriately for that condition - low glycemic diet with eye on weight loss if she is overweight. If her kidney stones are calcium oxalate (most common) then she should restrict oxalate (NOT CALCIUM) rich foods such as rhubarb, beets, okra, nuts, tea, chocolate, soy and spinach. See a registered dietician for livable eating plan! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Low FODMAPs diet: No single diet helps everyone with Crohn's but many benefit from a low FODMAPs diet. See http://gutsybynature.com/2014/02/19/fodmaps-and-crohns-disease/ and http://tinyurl.com/zy69zcr Also see https://draxe.com/crohns-disease-diet/ for a lot of other useful information. ...Read more
Memory: Probably the best things you can do for memory is regular aerobic exercise and regular restful sleep. Foods for memory are way down on the list, but since you asked, a healthy diet including lots of colorful fruits and vegetables is always a good bet. Fresh oily fish such as pacific salmon. Moderate amounts of caffeinated beverages may help alertness and thus memory. ...Read more
Processed carbs: Simple sugars and processed carbs should be avoided or limited. This includes any flour product.. The fine grind makes absorption quick, and spikes your blood sugar which increases Insulin and promotes weight gain. Good fats such as olive oil and coconut oil are fine in sensible amounts. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer