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Report This| Share this:gallbladder dietHi Chuck,<br /><br />Welcome to the Diet Community and thanks for asking your question here. Sorry to hear about the upcoming gallbladder removal. Hoping all goes well and things improve quickly.<br /><br />There are a couple other older discussions that you might check out for more information. Dr. Peeke commented on this one: <a href="http://forums.webmd.com/3/diet-exchange/forum/1721"><b>Gallbladder Removal</b></a> , and has some good advice.<br /><br />Also in this thread I've listed a few resources that may help you find some relief in your <b><a href="http://forums.webmd.com/3/diet-exchange/forum/1931/1">diet before and after gallbladder surgery</a> </b>. <br /><br />I'm sure our community will chime in soon if they have some ideas, too. Let us know if this helps or if you have any other questions.<br /><br />Good luck!
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