Acceptable foods to have after gallbladder removal surgery include low-fat foods such as skim milk, bland foods and healthy fats, according to SF Gate. Cut down on high-fat foods, including creamed meats. After healing, slowly introduce fats, whole grains, fruits and vegetables into the diet.
Ensure that you consume at most 50 grams of fats in a day, explains SF Gate. Boiled, baked or broiled fish, poultry and lean meat, nonfat yogurt and nonalcoholic beverages are low in fat. High-fat foods to avoid include nut breads, doughnuts, biscuits, whole milk, and breaded or fried meats.
Bland, reduced-fat foods such as bananas, rice, pasta, toast and broth-based soups are soft and easy to digest, according to SF Gate. If you have hypertension, limit sodium-rich soups to keep blood pressure levels low. Cream-based soups are soft, but contain high amounts of unhealthy fats.
Olive oils and fish oils are healthy fats, states SF Gate. The production of bile by the liver is still active in the absence of a gallbladder, so time all meals, and use bile supplements to match the essential bile secretion. You can eat high-cholesterol foods, including liver and eggs, which were dangerous before surgery. However, you must still cut down on trans-fats, fried foods and fast foods because they not only cause inflammation, but may also trigger other cardiovascular diseases.