Diets that are high in fat and low in fiber may contribute to gallbladder problems; however diet is not directly responsible for conditions related to the gallbladder, according to WebMD. People who suffer from gallstone... More »

Although diet does not directly cause gallbladder problems and modifying it isn't a cure, it can help patients maintain a healthy weight, which helps prevent gallstones from forming, and avoid discomfort, explains WebMD.... More »

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Mayo Clinic recommends avoiding the following foods after having gallbladder surgery: high-fat foods; fried and greasy foods; and fatty sauces and gravies. Whole-milk dairy products, highly processed sugar foods and fatt... More »

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Several natural remedies for gallbladder problems include changing one's diet and taking specific herbal supplements, states Sara Calabro for Everyday Health. It is important to note, however, that these treatments have ... More »

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Although diet does not directly cause gallbladder problems and modifying it isn't a cure, it can help patients maintain a healthy weight, which helps prevent gallstones from forming, and avoid discomfort, explains WebMD.... More »

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Some dangers associated with ignoring gallbladder problems are tissue damage, gangrene and gallbladder cancer. However, the complications vary depending on the cause of the issue, according to Healthline. More »

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Symptoms of the gallbladder problems include pain between shoulder blades, pain in the abdomen and chest areas, bloating, nausea, vomiting, heartburn, indigestion, and light-colored stools, states Everyday Health. The sy... More »