The liver doesn’t dump bile in as that is the job of the gall bladder.
With bladder removed, bile is not stored, but trickles continuously into the GIT.
I believe the runs are caused by relatively large amounts of dietary fat, consumed in a single sitting, which is now indigestible, post gall bladder removal.
The fat/oil lines the intestines and facilitates over-fast transmission of food along the GIT, resulting in it being expelled before being fully digested or has had it’s water content re-uptaken in the lower GIT.[/quote]
Not to hijack the thread but I have similar problems with fat digestion because I acquired pancreatitis a few years ago. I can no longer do keto diets because I get the runs a lot which really pisses me off because I used to rely heavily on them to cut up.
Bushy you’ve always been very helpful and always seem to have the answers and lol, that’s why I’m directing this to you. Why is it if I eat the same amount of fat, or even more, as long as it’s combined with lots of carbs I don’t get the runs but if I eat fats by thmeselves or even protein alone like on a keto diet I get problems.
My other question is why does this sometimes happen instantaneous. For example, minutes after I finish the meal and not always an hour or two later? It’s like a cramping switch gets immediatley turned on after the fatty meal.