Control your weight
Avoid rapid weight gain or loss, as a result of crash diets, as this can trigger gallstones. Weight loss should be slow and steady, and hence, you should focus on uniform and steady loss of weight until you reach your goal. In addition to this, frequent weight gain after weight loss can also results in gallstones.
Fat must be avoided in most circumstances, however, not all fat is bad. Fat found in omega3 fatty acid, fish oil, olive oil, canola oil, avocado and flaxseed are good for your body and also lower the risk of gallstones. On the other hand, the fats found in fatty meats and butter or any other animal products may increase the risk of gallstones.
Eat regular and balanced meals
Eat meals on regular intervals to avoid gallstones.
Eat increased quantity of fiber in your diet.
Inactivity increases your risk of gallbladder stones and slows your digestive system down, including bowl movements. A slowed digestive systems does not move bile out of the gallbladder effectively.
Drink plenty of water
Water is the best available and the most cost effective mode to avoid any disease, especially the diseases related to the gastronomical area.