Unhealthy food regimens and uncontrolled weight of many individuals in the 21st century led to the development of gall bladder disease among countless individuals. Gall bladder disease is usually caused by gall stones, is usually painful, and is common on overweight people. The livers of overweight individuals tend to over-produce cholesterol, which is delivered into the bile and cause it to supersaturated. Some medical studies suggest that diets with saturated fat, refined sugar, and are high in heme iron (red meat, sea foods) are the primary culprits in the development of gall bladder disease. In some cases, the genes may play a role in the development of this disease, having a family member of close relative with gallstones may increase the risk of developing gall bladder disease. Almost one-third of cases of painful gall stones may be linked to genetic factors.
Here are other health factors that are associated with increased tendency to develop gallstones and gall bladder disease:
Female gender women are more prone to developing gallstones than men
Pregnancy and especially multiple pregnancies
Age older people are more inclined to develop...