High-fat foods include:
Fried foods, like french fries and potato chips
High-fat meats, such as bacon, bologna, sausage, ground beef, and ribs
High-fat dairy products, such as butter, cheese, ice cream, cream, whole milk, and sour cream
Foods made with lard or butter
Creamy soups or sauces
Oils, especially palm and coconut oil
Skin of chicken or turkey
Certain high-fiber and gas-producing foods can also cause discomfort after gallbladder surgery, so you may want to introduce them slowly back into your diet.
These foods include:
Whole-grain breads and cereals
You may benefit from including more soluble fiber in your diet, since it can help regulate bowel movements, according to the Mayo Clinic. Good sources of soluble fiber include oats and barley.