HomeDiet for GallstonesHealthy Gallbladder Breakfast Recipe

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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