Anything fried is out of question if your gallbladder is removed. If French fries, fried chicken, fried fish, or onion rings is your favorite, you’ll have to say goodbye to avoid trouble.
Fried foods have high-fat content. The fact that you have no gall bladder to store bile denies you full power to digest and process fats.
You’ll still need fat, but you’re only allowed to take the healthy ones. The sacrifice may seem challenging, but it’s worth tolerating if you want to save your life.
Individuals with gall bladder need an average of omega-6 fatty acids and omega-3 fatty acids, but those without it only require omega-3 fatty acids and nothing more.
Excessive oils are the worst culprit for a body with no gall bladder. Go for healthy fats like coconut oil and virgin olive oil.
Stop using salads or meals with cooking oil, mayonnaise, corn, sunflower, or soybean oil.