Do You Lose or Gain Weight after Gallbladder Removal? Follow These Guidelines
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The most common way to deal with gallstones is by having a cholecystectomy.
It means that you undertake surgery to remove your gallbladder.
Many people experience weight gain after the surgery.
In order to understand why this happens, we need to understand the function of the gallbladder.
The gallbladder helps to store a digestive fluid called Bile, which is first created in the liver.
Bile helps with the digestive process in the body.
It’s very common to bounce up and down in weight after having your gallbladder removed.
This is natural and a way for the body to acclimate after surgery.
Although you may lose weight temporarily after having your gallbladder removed, you may gain weight in the long run for the following reason.
Even if you remove the place where Bile is naturally stored (Gallbladder)
Your liver continues to make bile, but instead of being stored, it drips continually into the small intestine.
As a result, your body is unable to effectively digest fats and sugar.
The calories you ingest at meals may be stored as fat in your body.
Since you no longer have an organ that stores Bile, you might need to do some changes in your lifestyle in order to live healthily.
Below are some tips on how to maintain weight after gallbladder removal.
Weight gain following cholecystectomy has been linked to an increase in fat consumption, according to studies.
As a result, your doctor or nutritionist may advise you to follow a low-fat, low-calorie dietary plan after surgery.
If you’re having trouble limiting your fat intake, look for low-fat or non-fat versions of your favorite foods, such as dark chocolate instead of milk chocolate or semi-skimmed milk instead of full-fat dairy.
Usually, eating fiber is something that is good in order to maintain a stable weight.
Try to limit your intake of fibers directly after surgery, since it can cause bloating, diarrhea and abdominal pain.
Look out for foods that are rich in fibers, such as
It’s usually okay to begin eating fibers again some months after surgery.
Caffeine stimulates the formation of gastric acid in the stomach, which after a cholecystectomy can give symptoms like bloating and abdominal pain.
Caffeine from coffee, tea, or soft drinks should be avoided or at least reduced to minimal consumption.
Like with fibers, you can gradually raise the quantity of caffeine in your diet as your body adjusts, similar to how you can gradually increase the amount of fat and fiber in your diet.
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That’s it for this little post.
I hope that you found it somewhat interesting and that you got some tips from it.
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