Diet for gallbladder removal: eating like a medical procedure

March 1, 2013

  • Diet for gallbladder removal: eating like a medical procedure
  • Sample menu

 Diet gallbladder removal
 Any operation causes the person to change the style of life in general and food in particular, and cholecystectomy - is no exception. Diet for the removal of the gallbladder helps the body to adapt to life without the body. The diet must be followed for life, but over time it becomes much less strict than in the first months after the operation.

 Diet for gallbladder removal: eating like a medical procedure


Removal of the gallbladder - a very common surgery. Typically, such an operation is necessary in cholelithiasis. In recent years, replaced by serious abdominal operations came gentle endoscopy Endoscopy - not only diagnosis but also treatment procedure  Endoscopy - not only diagnosis but also treatment procedure

Man is able to live without a gallbladder, and the quality of life does not deteriorate substantially.

The function of this body take the bile ducts, and help them in several ways: with the help of medication, exercises and, of course, diet.

 Diet for gallbladder removal: eating like a medical procedure

Immediately after surgery

The most strict diet must be observed in the first days after surgery - before discharge from the hospital. Since at this time the body is weakened and can not cope with the heavy load, the patient is recommended bed rest, and the most severe restrictions on food. On the first day should abandon the food at all, after ten to twelve hours after the operation you can drink weak tea, diluted juice from half-sweet fruit, mineral water without gas (most preferably "Borjomi").

On the second day the menu is enriched with mucous soups, jelly, pureed oatmeal or rice porridge. On the third day in the diet can add crumbs of white bread, steam cutlets of lean meat, poultry, fish, low-fat cottage cheese (preferably home). On the fifth - the sixth day, you can continue with the usual food frayed. Such a diet should be followed up until discharge from the hospital.

 Diet for gallbladder removal: eating like a medical procedure

The first few months after surgery

During the recovery of the body it should be possible to decrease the load not only to the biliary system, but also on the stomach, pancreas, duodenum. It is strictly prohibited refractory animal fats, margarines and spreads. From the menu should be excluded rich broth, canned, salted, pickled, and smoked foods. It should give up the sorrel, spinach, onion, garlic Garlic health: almost a panacea  Garlic health: almost a panacea
   and fresh fruits and vegetables. You can not eat fried foods, cakes, pastries, chocolate, coffee, rye bread, too hot and icy meals and drinks. Of course, about alcohol is not out of the question.

What remains? You can have a variety of soups vegetable broth, dairy products, lean meat and boiled lean fish in the form of steam cutlets and souffle, not sharp cheese, cereal, casseroles, baked and boiled vegetables and fruit, jelly and mousse. From sweets allowed candy, fruit candy, a variety of jams and preserves. Large amounts of sugar, however, should be avoided. If you wish, you can prepare a set of authorized products a variety of delicious dishes, which, however, should improve spices - spices are also banned. Salt, too, should not be abused - it is desirable to limit the number of tenths of a gram per day.

Eat in the first half - two months after the surgery to be fractional, six - seven times a day, small portions, and the last meal should be at least two, and preferably three hours before bedtime Dreams: how to understand our dreams  Dreams: how to understand our dreams
 . To drink it is desirable not more than half a liter of water a day, so as not to increase the amount of bile produced.

After two months, you can gradually expand the menu. The amount of water is increased to two liters per day, the amount of meals is reduced to five. In the menu you can enter a little fresh vegetables and fruit. Before the introduction of new products is advisable to consult a doctor.

 Diet for gallbladder removal: eating like a medical procedure

Later in life,

It is believed that after the removal of the gallbladder man all his life condemned to limit yourself to a lot of products, but in practice after a couple of years after surgery, when there is no disease of the gastrointestinal tract, a person can eat normal food.

Expand your diet should be gradual, starting with small doses of new products. If the state of health has not deteriorated, it is possible to increase the portions, and all of the same products that were banned in the early months after cholecystectomy, it is better not to abuse. This small violations diets like cappuccino, chocolate candy or a slice of ham are unlikely to be fatal. It is only important to eat often enough to avoid stagnation of bile in the bile ducts.

After removal of the gallbladder human body is difficult to digest refractory animal fats, so from fatty beef, lamb and pork fat should be abandoned in favor of vegetable oil and milk fat. It is undesirable so-called "trans fats" contained in margarine, semi-finished products, confectionery manufacturing, fast food. The diet should be present in sufficient lean proteins - boiled or baked chicken, turkey, seafood, low-fat fish.

To facilitate the work of the digestive tract is desirable to include in the diet more fiber, which is found in fruits, vegetables, grains. Preference should be given whole-grain bread and unrefined cereals, eat more vegetables and fruits.

Alcohol, detrimental effects on the liver, it is desirable to give up forever. It is also advisable to refrain from drinking soft drinks and drinks with a high caffeine content. Instead of coffee is better to drink beverages on the basis of chicory. It is also very useful after the removal of the gallbladder various herbal teas on the basis of rose hips, chamomile, corn stigmas, mint Mint and its useful properties: aromatic freshness  Mint and its useful properties: aromatic freshness
 . But before drinking concoctions of herbs should consult a doctor as herbs have many contraindications.

Diet for heartburn - go on a six-power

February 10, 2008

  • Diet for heartburn - go on a six-power
  • What should be avoided

 Heartburn Diet
 By itself, heartburn, being phenomenon definitely unpleasant in most cases it is not dangerous for human health. By and large, the only significant consequence of heartburn - is its unpleasant symptoms, such as pain or a burning sensation in the chest. Since most "culprit" heartburn becomes unhealthy diet, it is important to observe a special diet in cases where the symptoms of heartburn occur frequently and regularly. Diet heartburn based on those products, which are in principle not able to trigger the penetration of gastric acid into the esophagus, leading to the characteristic burning sensation.

 Diet for heartburn - go on a six-power

The basic rules of diet for heartburn

To avoid another bout of heartburn, you first need to eat - that is excluded from the diet all those foods that could potentially provoke unpleasant symptoms of heartburn. Fortunately, carefully study the properties of certain foods do not need - the ability of a variety of foods to influence the composition of gastric juice and the digestive process has long been studied.

Build a diet is necessary so that it became the basis for "safe" foods - those foods that cause heartburn are not capable.

But food, potentially increasing the risk of another bout of heartburn, the menu must be completely eliminated. Of course, since each person is different for different people diet for heartburn will be different - in some cases, a person can consume even "dangerous" food and do not suffer from heartburn, and in other cases even the use of innocuous, seemingly product provokes an attack of heartburn .

 Diet for heartburn - go on a six-power

Components of the diet

The following food, not being able to provoke symptoms of heartburn can be the basis of the diet for heartburn:

  • Fruits: bananas Bananas: the benefits and harms health  Bananas: the benefits and harms health
   and apples - both fresh and dried;
  • Vegetables: potatoes (baked or cooked), broccoli, cabbage, carrots, green peas and beans;
  • Animal products: lean beef, skinless chicken breast, eggs, fish;
  • Dairy products: goat cheese, feta cheese, cream cheese, low-fat sour cream, soy cheese;
  • Grains: whole wheat or white bread, oatmeal, brown or white rice, corn bread;
  • Drinks: mineral water, apple juice.

The following products from the diet at constant heartburn attacks is recommended to exclude:

  • Fruit: lemon, orange, lime (due to a significant content of acid citrus fruits increase the acidity of gastric juice);
  • Vegetables: french fries, raw onions;
  • Meat: chicken wings, drumsticks (roasted), the product of minced meat;
  • Dairy products: cottage cheese, fat sour cream (in addition, potentially can provoke an attack of heartburn ice cream and milkshakes);
  • Cereal products: boiled macaroni and cheese, spaghetti with any sauces;
  • Beverages: wine, coffee, tea, cranberry juice, orange / grapefruit juice.

The most common "culprits" heartburn Heartburn - no cause for concern?  Heartburn - no cause for concern?
   - It is, more often, unnatural foods, and that harmful fatty, fried and "heavy" food, which always has on the gastrointestinal adverse effects.

For example, to provoke symptoms of heartburn may confectionery and baking (especially fatty fried donuts, biscuits or muffins), potato or corn chips, and sodas. The use of such products, nutritionists and experts for healthy eating Healthy eating - do not limit yourself to eating  Healthy eating - do not limit yourself to eating
   recommend limiting in any way - not only when the "alarm" in the form of frequent heartburn.

 Diet for heartburn - go on a six-power

Proper use of food for heartburn

To prevent the emergence of another bout of heartburn helps not only well-formed diet, but a habit to use food properly. If heartburn is a chronic problem became a best change their habits and eat less but more often: the use of small portions of food is not difficult for the stomach and helps to normalize the production of gastric juice. In addition, there must be slowly, slowly, chewing food thoroughly - it will facilitate the task of the incoming gastric digestion of food.

Finally, to prevent penetration of gastric juice from the stomach into the food and thereby prevent heartburn after meals can not take a horizontal position for at least forty-five minutes.