The gallbladder is a small organ shaped bag, yellow-green, which is located under the liver.
It is responsible for storing bile, a substance produced by the liver to digest fats and facilitate their transition to the intestines
However, when there is an obstruction of bile flow (not necessarily caused by stones but also by inflammation, polyps, etc.) are presented in the gallbladder disorders.
People at higher risk of gallbladder disorders include:
Men and women who have problems to stay in their weight (down and up constantly what is known as yo-yo effect)
People with metabolic syndrome.
People with a family history of this disease.
Natural remedies for people with disorders of the gallbladder
Natural Remedy for gall # 1 Pour a tablespoon of dandelion in a cup of boiling water. Cover, drain and let cool. Take two cups a day of this tea that stimulates the activity of preventing gallbladder bile stagnation and possible stone formation.
Natural Remedy for gall # 2 Marinate for 10 days1 liter of virgin olive oil first cold pressed, 25 grams of Boldo, Artichoke 20 and 15 of thyme. Conclusion of this time, filter and take 1 tablespoon mixed with the juice of 1 lemon fasting. This remedy should be taken every other day.
Natural Remedy for gall # 3 Pour 1 tablespoon of the mixture, equal parts of the following plants: fumaria, gentian, knapweed and boldo in a cup of boiling water. Leave to infuse for 7 minutes. Drinking a daily cup.
Natural Remedy for gall # 4 Boil an ounce of fumaria, another of anise and a boldo in a cup of water for 3 minutes. Remove from heat and let stand for 7 minutes. Drinking a daily cup to improve gallbladder disorders.
Food for people with disorders of the gallbladder
Products rich in insoluble fiber such as bran and flaxseed. One study showed that women who eat lots of fiber are 13 percent less likely to develop gallbladder disorders compared to those who eat less insoluble fiber.
Leafy green vegetables and citrus fruits A 15-year research showed that women who consumed these products had a 21 percent lower risk of needing surgery to remove the gallbladder of those who consumed less.
Olive oil, avocados and nuts. In a study for 14 years, found that people who ate foods with monounsaturated fats (found in such foods) are 17 percent lower risk of gallbladder compared with those who consumed little or none of these.
Diet for people with disorders of the gallbladder
1 slice of white bread without crust
1 slice of cheese
Tossed salad with olive oil (no lime, no vinegar, no onions)
Chicken breast grilled with boiled potatoes.
Vegetable Noodle Soup with skinless chicken
Lettuce and tomato
1 glass of papaya juice
2 slices of bread
One fruit salad
Grilled white fish
1 light yogurt
Pitas toasted walnuts and creamy noodles.
Light strawberry yogurt
Two grain toast
1 tangerine or other citrus
Vegetable cream with whipped clear yolkless
Grilled salmon skinned and mashed potatoes
Chopped papaya with honey
Turkey breast grilled with baked potatoes
Orange or pineapple jelly
Infusion of Boldo
2 slices of white bread
Cinnamon and orange drink
Turkey rice casserole (only with carrot, beans, potato, pea, no corn, no cabbage, no turnip)
Mashed carrots and squash
One fruit salad
Chicken breast grilled (juicy, not dry) cooked rice
Staying healthy weight.
Avoid eating foods that cause gas or indigestion.
Reduce intake of sweets (especially chocolate)
Do not smoke or drink alcohol.
Drink plenty of fluids, but not soft drinks or bottled juices.
Avoid foods high in trans fats like butter, margarine and hydrogenated oils and fats, since, according to studies, those who consume foods with trans fats have a 23 percent risk of gallbladder disorders compared to those who ate under these products.