I Heard That I Couldn't Eat Eggs With Gallstones, And I Want To Know If Anyone Else Has Heard This?


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here is a list of foods to avoid if you have gallbladder issues...and its pretty much the same for gallstones issues also...the site I link to below has more info so be sure to check it out also .....

Eggs, pork, onion, fowl, milk, coffee, oranges, grapefruit, corn, beans, nuts, in that order.
Trans fats
Hydrogenated, partially-hydrogenated oils
Fried Foods
Saturated fats
(even coconut oil until feeling better)
Red meats
Dairy products
Eggs (Research showed that eggs caused symptoms in up to 95% of patients. However, in my clinical experience soft-boiled or poached with no fat added seems to be okay. Perhaps this is due to the lecithin content that is present in the raw or close to raw egg.)

Coffee, regular or decaf
Ice cream
Black tea
Alcohol, beer, wine, liqueur
Fruit juice
Carbonated water
Tap water
Raddishes and turnips
Cabbage, cauliflower
Colas and all sodas
Oats (for some people)
Rye (although the sour German ryes seem to be less troublesome)
All legumes (beans) as they tend to increase the cholesterol in the bile.

Avoid all artificial sweeteners, sugar, preservatives, refined and bleached foods (like white flour)

Many steamed greens like collard, mustard and kale, also brussel sprouts and broccoli seem to be a problem for some people. Greens (and especially kale and brussel sprouts) are used by the liver to detoxify. It may be necessary to avoid these until you have done some work with the products and flushes as well as diet. Your goal should get to the point where these foods do not cause distress, as they actually target the root of the problem.

here is a link to a site that has some info ...
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Hi there, I have a 3+cm gallstone. Despite what the doctor's assumed, I had been vegetarian for 8 years and ate a very good diet - but I did eat eggs regularly. I decided to try alternatives first before having an operation. While living in China for a year, I was told by several Chinese Medicine doctors to avoid eggs, peanuts and internal organs (I didn't really eat these anyway!). So I cut these out of my diet (egg whites are supposed to be ok), and I haven't had ANY gallbladder pain in 13 months (and counting). I eat a pretty healthy diet the rest of the time (I've never been one for takeaway) but I'm not fanatical. Also, being a massage therapist, I found a pressure point next to my gallbladder on the side of the spine which I press if I feel any pressure whatsoever around the gallbladder area. This seems to relieve the pressure. Hope this helps.
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OK I was also diagnose with gallstones and let me tell you I understand you. I'm always in pain after I eat that I need to be extra careful to what goes in my mouth. So regrading the eggs. I don't eat eggs at all, but when I get a crave once on a while; I eat eggs whites with plenty of veggies. That seems to do the trick for me. I don't get pain afterwards and I feel just fine. Don't add oils or butter try to make it them with little of fat as possible sometimes I eat regular eggs but I add water instead of milk and  make scramble eggs and I feel fine too. So try with eggs whites and see how you feel.
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Yes I just found out I have stones and don't eat eggs
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Nowadays the gall bladder origins troubles to a large number of men and women. It commonly factors troubles to the older folks however it also influences various other age ranges. On 1 hand, it hardly ever has an effect on kids and youngsters, but on the other hand it takes place much more often in people that have weight difficulties or people who experience some gastro-intestinal troubles or substantial blood cholesterol levels.

Gall stones trigger the gall bladder disease and they are primarily created due to high cholesterol amounts or simply because the gallbladder doesnโ€™t unload completely. Clog of the bile is 1 consequence the gall stones may cause and this affects the normal performance of the gallbladder

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