I have been asked this once and it is only an answer. At the moment it’s a bit hard to believe we are in a state of “no-go”. But this question is still in my head, and I don’t have time that day to answer it.
Eggs are another thing that you can’t eat after gallbladder surgery. But eggs are a delicious food after all. After surgery is when you can eat eggs again.
Gallbladder removal after surgery may be a bit easier. But after surgery eggs are also a wonderful thing to eat. And since they are usually a lot less hassle to cook than meat, it’s easier to eat them after surgery.
For those of you who are allergic to eggs, though, you are not out of luck. As long as your doctor has gotten you to a food allergy specialist and they have you on the right diet, you might just have a few more options. But if you still dont want to eat eggs, then you can still go the eggless route at the doctor’s hands.
I’ve been told that after gallbladder surgery for a cholesterol issue (like yours) eggs are a great alternative to meat. But since you have an allergy to eggs then these eggs are probably a risk.
Eggs are a common food allergy in the United States. As you can see, there are a couple good options to choose from here. My go-to would be to try eggs as a replacement for meat. If you are a vegan or vegetarian, then you can choose to go the vegetarian route for eggs. If you like the taste of eggs but feel that you would be allergic to them, then you can still eat eggs.
But before you go there, it’s important to realize that eggs (like any food) are not a “safe” food. Just like any other food, eggs can be made to be poisonous to humans when they are exposed to the wrong ingredients. The most common culprit is shell eggs. But you should take this with a grain of salt since most people that aren’t allergic to shell eggs don’t become shell egg allergic.
A close second is the fact that shell eggs can be made to be unsafe for people with gallbladder issues. They have an extremely high level of anti-oxidants in them, and this can cause them to become toxic when exposed to certain foods. Even if you think that you can take a raw egg, you should realize that you are risking your health if you do. You should also remember that taking a raw egg is not the same as having it cooked.
I would like to reiterate that we DO NOT recommend that you take raw eggs. We DO however recommend that you are aware that you are putting yourself and your family at risk by eating raw eggs. This post is just to encourage you to be smart with your food choice.
Now that I’ve done the egg thing, I want to reiterate that raw eggs are not the same as fried. If they are, then you are eating raw eggs. We recommend that you avoid raw eggs for a few reasons. The first is that raw eggs are not as safe a choice as fried eggs. Raw eggs tend to be more likely to be contaminated with pathogenic bacteria (which can lead to serious illness) because they are cooked.