While many gallstones are harmless, some cause gallbladder inflammation, triggering pain and infections. While a healthy diet won’t dissolve gallstones, it can help lower your risk of developing the stones and reduce symptoms once they form. Healthy eating can also help by promoting weight control. Avoid restrictive diets and rapid weight loss, however, which are a major contributor to gallbladder disease. Aim instead for a balanced diet based on nutritious foods, paired with routine exercise. If you’re overweight, which also increases your risk for gallstones, lose weight gradually.
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