Part 1 - Gallbladder disease: How do I spot gallbladder issues?

  1. We get many questions about gallbladder disease, many people don't know where it is or what it does.
  2. Pain in your abdomen is one symptom of gallbladder disease.
  3. Nausea and vomiting are also signs of possible gallbladder problems.
  4. Symptoms are often triggered by eating fatty foods.
  5. Processed foods and sugar are big contributors to gallbladder disease and gallstones.
  6. Hormonal imbalance is another cause of gallbladder disease, which is why many women develop gallstones when they are pregnant.
  7. Poor quality fats that are highly processed are big contributors to gallbladder issues.
  8. Frequent constipation and being overweight or obese also put you at higher rist for gallbladder disease.

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