Yes, in Western culture we don’t typically think of vegetables for breakfast, but we’ve found that starting the day off with some cooked veggies mixed with other gallbladder-healthy ingredients gets us started on the right foot. It also fits in well with a low-carb diet.


  • Broccoli or spinach: Cook up some spinach or broccoli. We heat up or microwave a half a cup of frozen veggies, but fresh would probably be better. Eat as much as you want!
  • Flax seed oil: Drizzle on a teaspoon of flax seed oil.
  • Apple cider vinegar: Pour in a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar.
  • Garlic: About a ¼ teaspoon of minced garlic help give some more anti-oxidants to the mix.
  • Turmeric/curry spice: Turmeric is great for your gallbladder, so we sprinkle some turmeric into the mixture

Stir it up and enjoy!


Healthy Gallbladder Breakfast Recipe — 3 Comments

  1. I notice you aren’t anti-micro waving anything on here, plus chopped garlic in a jar is the norm too. You lose so much of the nutritional value of Garlic and the flavor is nothing like FRESH. Just find it odd on a site dedicated to everyone healing organically that this would be so acceptable to you. I’m a real foodie and basically use my micro for heating water so that one i can pass on, but garlic in a jar….. No can do. That would be like using powdered ginger over fresh. I think it’s these Lazy Western styled habits of cooking that harmed our diets and bodies to begin with. C’mon now. Peel and chop some garlic.

  2. Hey Deb, I totally agree that it’s best not to microwave and to use fresh garlic. That said, I think garlic in a jar is much better than no garlic. Thanks for the suggestion and pointing this out to everyone else, though!

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