My Rules to Avoid Gallbladder Attacks

by Balazs

Posted on June 15, 2014

I have decided to set my rules. It was just 5 minutes.

My very first rule was: to survive. It's forbidden to eat a lot in the evening. This is the most dangerous thing.

I have a friend who is a real slow eater. He went to ultrasound just to get his gallbladder checked and his bladder is totally ok. His doctor told him slow eating can be one reason for this. I have started to think it over and it makes some sense. When I eat slowly, I don't stress my gallbladder. This is a very useful eating technique.

I have started to eat slower but I was still in the need of a "magical" stuff to dissolve my gallstones. I explored several sites and forums. I've found a radish story on a forum designed for Hungarian women. Then I've decided to give it a try.

I kept reading about the gallstones topic and I found an article about eating fat to avoid calcification of the gallstones. Read more about Fat & Radish.

In a nutshell: eat less in the evening, eat slow, eat radishes, eat fat.

Theoretically my gallstones should be gone until March of 2015.

Radish in car

We hit the road together :)


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Welcome Friend!

My name is Balazs and I have gallstones. I had 7 bilious attacks (5 in the first week). I had only 2 in the last 4 months. I show you how I do it.



  • Age: 37
  • Diagnosis: 2 or more gallstones
  • Symptom since: February 1, 2014
  • My goal: to become asymptomatic without operation

Your stones, your responsibility

Thank you for following my experiment! Please keep in mind that doctors would never suggest my strategy. It's my body and my responsibility.

Gallstones - Prevention

Eat radish! Radish should be your favorite vegetable.

I want to avoid gallbladder surgery!

Gallstones - Treatment

Medical treatment:

  • Oral ursodeoxycholic acid
  • Lithotripsy

Cholecystectomy (gallbladder removal):

  • Open cholecystectomy
  • Laparoscopic cholecystectomy

My strategy:

  • To eat radish and fat whenever I can
  • To consider it as a lifestyle, not a treatment
  • To believe in me