If you want to understand the reasons for weight gain after gallbladder surgery then listen up. Your gallbladder serves as a holding tank for bile made by the liver. Bile breaks fats down into fatty acids and fat soluble vitamins A,E,D, and k and is dispensed into the intestines by the bile ducts on the sides of the gallbladder. Because the bile is made in one place (the liver) and used in another (the intestines) it is routed through the gallbladder. Bile serves many purposes in the body, but the major ones to remember are the digestion of fats and the regulation of cholesterol. Removal can also cause new problems with digesting fat. If you can't effectively digest fat you will have trouble getting enough of vitamins A,E, D, and K. Your body will sense that something is missing and you may feel unsatisfied with your food and crave sweets and fried foods, resulting in weight gain. Solution: Start eating healthier lay off all sugars, eat cruciferous vegetables, no breads, drop soy proteins, soy triggers estrogen production which can constrict the bile duct. Take a gallbladder formula that contains bile salts and other natural ingredients that prevent bloating and indigestion. Get your Vitamin D3 Levels checked
working. Eat Meats with no hormones, or antibiotics and free from chemicals. Drink water when you are thristy. Hope this information helps you to reach your weight loss goals.
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