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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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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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 »

Individuals who have recently undergone gallbladder surgery may have trouble digesting solid food right away, and liquids, broths and gelatin may be easier to digest, according to Everyday Health. Solid foods can be rein... More »

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A person should avoid high-fat foods, gas-producing foods and foods enriched with fiber after gallbladder surgery, notes Everyday Health. The individual should avoid spicy foods as well. After surgery, the patient should... More »

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Foods that are spicy or high in fats may cause digestive issues following gallbladder surgery, advises Everyday Health. High-fiber and gas-producing foods may be problematic too. Patients must reintroduce these foods bac... More »

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Dietary guidelines following gallbladder surgery depend on the individual, explains Mayo Clinic. However, many patients find that eating smaller, more frequent meals, avoiding high-fat foods and gradually increasing the ... More »

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