Gallbladder surgery is usually administered to patients with smooth fluids, such as water, soluble tea, fresh fruit juice, and compote juice, 2 hours to 4 hours after laparoscopic surgery. Low-sugar jelly, muscle-water juice, cooked vegetable juice, and low-fat stew juice are also recommended after the first day.
If tolerated, the patient's diet progresses to a more concentrated fluid diet such as soup and then to a low-fat diet such as:
Boiled chicken or chicken breast and a little rice with olive oil
Egg whites or quail eggs boiled with olive oil
Mixed lettuce or carrots mixed in olive oil;
Soup cooked with low-fat milk
Low-fat milk vegetable puree.
Avoid high consumption of raw compote vegetables such as cabbage, onions, and beans, especially peas and lobster.
The consumption of carbonated sweet drinks is forbidden
Good low fat butter mixed with mint, mint and cumin is good.
Fresh fruit consumption is good but should be well cooked and eaten with an empty stomach as a snack; restricted to malted fruits and fruits such as bananas, apricots, watermelons.
Sugar and sugar are no contraindications if necessary, but it is generally advisable to replace sugar and sugar with honey, dates, cashews, figs, depending on the patient.
Following a proper, scientific diet will result in the best response and the least complications.
The bile is secreted by the liver and stored in the gallbladder, and after eating fatty and heavy food and entering the end of the stomach and beginning of the intestine, the gallbladder is contracted and large amounts of bile (about half a liter in an adult) enter It helps the digestion of fat When the patient undergoes gallbladder bile secretion from the liver continues, but because it enters the intestine directly and has no place to store it, it is possible to enter the large volume of bile. It does not enter the intestine, so it may be difficult for the patient to digest fatty and heavy foods for a period of time (about three months to six months). Therefore, it is recommended that patients avoid eating fatty foods and low-fat dairy products for at least six months (depending on the patient's clinical and inflammatory symptoms) after gallbladder surgery.
It also consumes a small amount of food in each meal. If necessary, the patient can eat up to six times a day (low volume) to avoid gastrointestinal problems.