Too much of something is never good.
While most people never give a thought to the health of their gallbladder, it is important to know that the pear-shaped organ does have an important job, collecting and storing bile—the fluid that helps the body digest fats.
Diets that are high in fat and cholesterol and low in fiber appear to play a role in the development of gall stones. The majority of people with gallstones never develop symptoms their whole lives, and once you start to develop symptoms, you’re going to need to have the gallbladder taken out. This grandma never realized that she had hundreds of gall stones in her body, after years of eating fatty foods.
A woman believed to be in her sixties made a visit to a hospital in Wuhan, complaining of severe stomach aches. After a few tests, doctors discovered the problem: her gallbladder was full of tiny stones.
Doctors performed the surgery immediately, and were shocked to find 800 gall stones from her body. The smaller ones were the size of sesame seeds, while the larger ones were as big as longans. They soon found out the reason behind the development of hundreds of gall stones.
The woman told doctors that she loves nothing more than eating fatty meats. In response, doctors told her that she should probably cut down on her high-fat intake.