|Gallbladder Diet, Keep GB Friendly, Healthy Snacks Closeby|
Snacks should also be healthy, for the most part.
|Gallbladder Diet, Always Read Packaged Food Ingredients|
One of the very worst times for hunger is when I'm in the van, away from home, with only convenience store food or Starbucks snacks close by at hand.
Feeling your blood sugar crash invites panic and desperation.
Panic and desperation invite giving in to all sorts of bad for your health, inflammation promoting, calorie loading cheap junk food.
Moon Pies used to be one of my favorites. Of course today, with my gallbladder full of sludge and stones I'd come no closer to eating a Moon Pie than I would swimming with a Great White shark.
|Gallbladder Diet, Seaweed May Be An Excellent Gallbladder Friendly Snack|
In one sense, I should thank my gallbladder for not putting up with me eating Moon Pies or drinking acidic black coffee all day long. I know my arteries and intestines sure are happier now that I don't eat and imbibe as much oily, fatty 'junk'.
Most of the time l try and remember to pack a few gallbladder friendly easy-eats when going out, foods like;
- Dried figs (Costco has a great brand most of the year and they are organic)
- Kombu sea vegetable (similar to Nori seaweed but thicker and chewier)
- Celery and carrot sticks, fresh cut
- Nori seaweed (important to keep Nori sealed in a bag because it will absorb moisture), and
- Dehydrated apples, mango or papaya with limited or no sugar.
|Gallbladder Diet, Sea Vegetable Is Gallbladder Friendly For Me (Watch the Sodium)|
|Gallbladder Diet, Ingredients Show Zero Oils|
|Gallbladder Diet, Marinated Mushrooms Make the Friendly List for My Gallbladder|
|Gallbladder Diet, Marinated Mushrooms Contain Zero Oil in This Jar|
|Gallbladder Diet, Figs Are Excellent Source of Energy and Satisfy Hunger|