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Anyone else had to give up using protein powder after having their gallbladder removed?

headtrainer

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Protein powder gives me real bad heart burn, acid reflux, and painful gas since I’ve had my gallbladder removed a few years ago. I also have to eat dietary fats in very small amounts. I’ve completely stopped all nuts and peanut butter. Anyone else experience the same thing?
 

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No. I have my protein drinks, peanut butter, nuts, dietary fats, none of it bothers me. Did you just recently have it out?
 

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No. I have my protein drinks, peanut butter, nuts, dietary fats, none of it bothers me. Did you just recently have it out?
I had mine removed 3 years ago. I’ve also had to give up salads.
 

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Not really. I am more sensitive on bulk amounts of fiber, and an occasional chile/spicy food item, but mostly not. After my surgery for the first year, I was a little more mid-section bloated, but after some time, it kind of went back to normal. I do better with small frequent meals rather huge meals like some do for intermittent fasting.

Just recently, I increased my protein (mostly shakes) and fiber, and had some runny stools. I thought it may have been the whey protein, but am pretty sure it had more to do with my increase in fiber. DC sent me (for free at that) a pound of each of pea, casein, and egg white to try out for some trial and error, and I did well with all those as well.

I may not be 100% like I was 10+ years ago, but way better than I was the 3-5 years with having gallbladder flare-ups.
 

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Had mine out about 3 years ago. The first year was way better then when it was f’up. But terrible in figuring out what made me sick. It would seem the same foods one day was fine. The exact same diet the next day i was either in the bathroom 6-8 times a day or couldnt go a few days.

And talk about gas pain and bloated feeling. Just terrible! Now just isolate shakes, moderate fiber and lower fats. Actually still decent fats but smaller amounts more often.

Everyone is different. You might have to do a little elimination diet to figure the triggers and then slowly start adding things in.
 

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Crazy how common it seems. 2 of my buddies have had theirs removed as well.
 

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