Are there any adjustments one should make to soylent consumption if someone has had a gallbladder removed?
It is one of the most common surgeries to undergo. (Around 600,000 are performed in the United States each year.)
For those that don’t know, the gallbladder stores/concentrates bile (produced by the liver) for release after the consumption of a fatty meal. (Bile aids in the digestion of fat.) Bile is still released after the gallbladder is removed, just not stored/concentrated before release as with a gallbladder. This can lead to digestive problems, generally after meals high in fat content.
Anyway, does anyone have any advice, or is soylent good as is?