It is highly recommended that you should continue to exercise if you haven't been doing so already unless you are experiencing acute abdominal pain, bloating, nausea, and/or vomiting. Exercise may help to reduce cholesterol and triglyceride levels and lessen body weight. Dyslipidemia (i.e., high cholesterol levels) and obesity are contributing factors in causing gallstone formation.
One's diet may or may not be a contributing factor to gallbladder problems leading to gallstones (i.e., excessive cholesterol and fat intake and low fiber intake) and the research seems to point the finger to hereditary causes being more of the culprit. Nevertheless, nutrition can be a contributing factor.
The following foods are recommended:
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I'm a personal trainer who loves to help others fulfill their health and fitness goals. I consider myself a bodybuilder in that I live the lifestyle of eating healthy food, working out regularly, and sculpting my body.