It’s been a year and a half since my gall bladder was removed and I still have all sorts of digestive issues. I have found that eating a low fat diet has helped tremendously! Although it hasn’t taken my symptoms away entirely (eating low fat is harder that one might think), it is much better than when I tried to eat normally. It takes awhile to get use to, and fighting the cravings for the first few months can be a pain, but it really is worth it. Frankly, just looking at greasy food makes me want to gag. When you go out to eat, ask your server if they have a nutritional guide. Beware, they will often point you toward calorie counters for people who are trying to watch their weight, but low calorie doesn’t necessarily mean low fat. I am now in the habit of telling people that it is for medical reasons, not weight loss, and they are usually much more understanding.