Taking Care Of Your Gallbladder

The gallbladder is responsible for storing bile that helps in breaking down food in the intestine. Unfortunately due to the poor diet we tend to have, it often becomes a place for deposits to accumulate, also called gallstones. These gallstones then continue to cause pain as they get stuck in bile duct.  

In order to protect your children from this condition, make sure they only eat food that is good for the gallbladder.

Food High in Fiber

Any natural food that is rich in fiber is beneficial for the gallbladder. The bile produced in it needs to move down so that it can be replaced with new bile. However, when it doesn’t, the same toxic bile ends up in recirculation in the body leading to many diseases. Fiber is that food source that makes the bile move down. These foods are rich in Fiber

Broccoli

Cauliflower

Leafy Greens

Bananas

Berries

Pineapple

Papaya

Cherries

Whole Grains

Beans

Legumes

Herbs

Celery

Carrots

Sweet Potatoes

Apples

Oranges

Beets, Artichoke and Dandelion Greens

Beet, Dandelion and Artichoke are powerful detoxifying agents that help the body flush down all the toxins and help produce fresh bile in the gallbladder. These vegetables are also liver cleansers and just generally help the liver and gallbladder perform their function in the best manner.

Coconut Oil

Honestly, every household should have coconut oil. This oil is not only a good moisturizer but it also helps the digestive system to work better and help the gallbladder form bile. It is recommended however to only feed one spoon a day to the children.

Also provide your children with fresh fruits, yogurt, Probiotic bacteria and olive oil to assist the gallbladder in breaking down fats.

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