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Do you have fat in your bladder?


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Answered 2015-07-15 20:42:40

Xenotpalhdialdendalogy is the a very serious scientific study in which your bladder undergoes a series of painful, and chemical test in the lab only sertified by Dr. Hemajemawallaballhemsinfoofoo, located in the middle of Antarctica. To receive this test, you must first have a pole with an electric hand on the end stuck up your rear to reach your bladder. Then, it is grasped in the hand, and jerked out. Then, you are put to sleep. Then your bladder is placed on a platter, and served to a bunch of angry Cave Men. Then, in place of your bladder, the platter is placed, and you eventually, well....turn into a caveman yourself, and run back to Antarctica in serch of your fellow brotheren.

Side effects include: continuous Country Music playing in your head, your stomach enlarging, a rash on your butt, continuous drooling, monkey dancing and pacing, and impersonating a Christmas Tree.


good luck to all of you who may have "fat in their bladder"

:Well, not actually in the bladder but there is a lining of fat tissue along the outside of the bladder....whoever took time out of their day to make that novel of an answer is not the brightest person and didnt understand the question

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There is more than one bladder. One is the urinary bladder which holds urine (excretory system) until you are ready to release it. Another is the gall bladder which holds bile (digestive system) until you eat fat. Bile helps to breaks down fat and that makes the fat easier to digest.

A gall bladder is designed to break up fat into smal globules for further digestion. Since horses generally do not consume much fat in nature there is no need for a gall bladder. Whether the gall bladder was present at some point in the development of most herbivores is unknown.

A gall bladder diet means a diet of low fat food that is easy to process. This way the gall bladder does not have to work that hard to produce bile to help with the digestion of food.

Controls the amount of fat used and storeded in the body.

Think of a bladder as a holding sac. What is inside can be released as needed. Two examples in the human body are the gallbladder which holds bile until the body takes in fat. The bile makes large fat molecules into much tinier lipid molecules so that enzymes called lipases can break them down and the body can absorb the lipids. A person who has their gallbladder removed and eat a meal with a lot of fat in it, will find that much of the fat will pass right through them.The other bladder you are more familiar. The Urinary bladder.

Liver produces bile and it is stored in gall bladder.... Bile breaks down fat. If you some how dont have gall bladder or your liver cant produce bile you can not eat fat....or oil and any meat product even egg.

Bile is produced in the liver and is stored in the the gall bladder. When fatty foods move from the stomach into the small intestine, bile is released into the small intestine to help digest the fat.

Bile. Bile is produced in liver and stored in gall bladder.

Fat is digested in the beginning of the small intestine by a enzyme called bile bile is produced in the liver and stored in the gall bladder(a small sack connected to the liver)

When your gallbladder is removed it means that there is no storage for bile made from the liver. Bile is a chemical fluid that breaks down fat globules into tiny droplets so it can be digested better. Therefore removing the gall bladder means that you must have a controlled fat diet.

There is a gall bladder and urinary bladder. In English, when people say "bladder," they mean urinary bladder.

It is ursodeoxycholic acid, also called ursodiol; and it decreases cholesterol and fat in the liver and is sometimes prescribed for the breaking down of stones in the gall bladder. It is not for reducing fat in body areas outside of the liver.

the Gull Bladder simply holds bile on its way to the stomach from the liver.

Gall bladder is responsible for synthesis of bile juices that contain bile salts. These bile salt emulsify the fats that we ingest in our food and make them feasible to be digested by lipases. thus if there is abnormality with gall bladder the patients are advised to take low fat content diet.

Bile comes from gall bladder. It contains the bile salts. These salts are responsible for emulsification of the fat in your food. that means very fine fat globules are formed. this helps to increase the surface area of the fat. That helps the fat splitting enzyme to brake the fat molecule into three molecules of fatty acids and one molecule of glycerol.

A bladder infection is a symptom of bladder cancer.

The bad news: Yes. One would urinate less with such a bladder and thus retain water. The good news: the weight gain is due to water retention, not fat storage.

Bile breaks down fat globules. It is stored in the gall bladder after the liver produces it and is secreted into the first 10 inches of the small intestine.

A calculus in the bladder is a bladder stone.

the pancreas works mainly with the circulatory system, the gall bladder and the duodenum. it secretes the proteins necessary for digestion of fat globules.

yes lots and lots of it it is yummy did i mention all the fat that comes out pig bladder is so good

Yes you should eat less fat so you don't have digestive trouble like diarrhea.

Sure. Moderately, as with any alcoholic beverage. The gall bladder stores bile produced by the liver, which is used to help digest fat. So you might want to skip the all-fried-seafood platter, or you may experience gastro-intestinal upset due to undigested fat moving into the intestines. You can continue to eat items with moderate quantities of fat as the liver continues to produce bile; it is merely not stored in the gall bladder for use in digesting large quantities of fat.

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