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Please someone tell me diet for gallbladder stone patients, my mom is suffering from extreme pain. Doctor told us to eat soft and light food. What should I give my mom in diet. Doctor told us that she is not strong enough for operation so he asked her for healthy soft and light diet and to gather energy. After 4-5 weeks when my mom will be strong enough for operation, he will do the surgery or whatever way would be possible. SO RIGHT NOW I WANT HEALTHY DIET FOR MY MOM WHICH SHOULD BE FULL OF ENERGY, SOFT AND LIGHT.

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Please someone tell me diet for gallbladder stone patient...
hello sir , u will give her khichdi with curd , veg. porridge with curd , lemon water, coconut water, butter milk, rice dal combination , papaya, banana, wash dal , juice with glucose , water with glucose. sooji idli,
Please someone tell me diet for gallbladder stone patient...
Dear Lybrate user U hv to avoid following things 4 your mom 1.fine wheat or meda made products 2.Bekari products as Biskit, Namakin etc 3. Fermented products as edali, dhokla etc 4. Market made sweets 5. Buffalo Milk Butter Ghee etc 6 Avoid ladyfinger, Gunvar,Patoto 7 Citric acid fruits 8 Oily, Spicy, fatty, Fried foods, chaines panjabi Junk food etc Use following food stuffs which r light, easy to digest & gave bust of energy 1. Fibrous wheat Barley made chapati 2 Saindhav salt 3. Mung, tuvar dal 4 Daliya, Khichadi 5.Indian Desi cow's milk, ghee,butter 6. Fruits- Pomegranate, apple 7. Dry fruit only black kishmish 8. Veg- spinach, onion,loki, praval,karela etv green leafy vegetables tc if you need further assistance feel free to contact privately.
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