I had my gall bladder removed in Feb 2010. Tests showed a fatty liver in December 09. I weighed 370 lbs in early December. I lost about 35 pounds in the next two months, dieting, exercise, etc. Then gall bladder goes bad and have it removed. I have lost another 70 pounds in the last 5-6 months basically eating very very heatlhy and all natural, with some light exercise. The question I have is about the fatty liver, and how it adjusts with the lack of a gall bladder? All of my blood tests in late June and early July have come back good. Anything I should be doing to help the liver recover or get rid of the fat.
You know, I have wondered the same thing. I have never been that heavy. The best I have done is in my upper 220's, and all the PC would tell me is that if I avoid high fructose syrups, sugar, and lose weight that it would probably resolve itself.
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