Gallstones prevention

An ounce of Gallstones prevention

To prevent gallstones and gallbladder disease, you should treat your body with the dietary respect it deserves. Eat a diet high in fiber and low in fats, sugars, and cholesterol. Exercise regularly. Avoid smoking or spending time around people who do. Maintain your ideal weight, and avoid crash diets and rapid weight-loss programs, which can cause gallstones.

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Most people with gallstones and gallbladder disease experience the classic symptoms of digestive distress—bloating, gas, and nausea—especially after eating a fatty meal. However, between one-third and one-half of all people with gallstones actually have no pain or warning symptoms—until they suffer from the excruciating pain on the right side of the abdomen or between the shoulder blades, associated with passing a gallstone. If you experience the warning signs, contact your doctor; you should rule out the possibility of appendicitis or another serious illness.

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