Gall Bladder Symptoms and WLF1
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Weight Gain and Gallbladder Problems
Most gallbladder problems involve gallstones, tiny accumulations of minerals that block the ducts through which your bile should flow. Gallstones, which can be extremely painful, occur more commonly in people considered obese, according to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases. As your weight rises, your risk for gallstones also rises, but researchers don't know why this occurs. It's possible that high levels of cholesterol present in overweight people cause gallstone formation. However, your gallbladder doesn't cause you to be overweight -- it just reacts to the changes in your body due to weight gain.
Yo-yo dieting, in which you repeatedly lose weight and then regain it, can cause gallstones, according to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases. If your weight jumps up and down more than 10 lbs. at a time, you're at greater risk for gallstones. Many of these gallstones don't produce symptoms, although some do. Again, you can't blame your gallbladder for your weight fluctuations; researchers, however, continue to study the link between gallbladder problems and weight fluctuations.
Many people lose weight after surgery to remove their gallbladders, in large part because they need to follow a lower-fat diet following the procedure, according to the University of Cincinnati's NetWellness website. If this happens to you, remember that your gallbladder wasn't preventing you from losing weight -- your weight loss stems from dietary changes. If you want to lose weight -- which can help prevent gallstones and other gallbladder problems -- consider reducing the amount of fat in your diet. Consult a dietitian or your doctor if you need help.