Nutrition Tips for Post Gastric Bypass SurgeryPosted: Jul 26 in Post-Bariatric Diet by Staff
Having weight loss surgery in Ft. Myers or Naples is just the first step to healthier weight and life. However, knowing how to lose weight and keep it off is an important lifestyle change after weight loss surgery. Keep in mind that you won’t be able to eat as large of portions as you used too. Your meal portions will be smaller, so you’ll want to make every bite count. Eating a variety of meals in small quantities will help you make sure you’re getting enough vitamins, nutrients and protein in your diet. Eating a variety of types of foods will also help to keep you satisfied. You’ll have to change your eating habits and probably the foods you eat, but finding and using tasty recipes will make this task easier.
Take a look at these recipe tips for post gastric bypass surgery:
- Consume protein daily – Find and use recipes that contain lean protein, such as fish, eggs, poultry, and even low-fat cottage cheese. You should include a protein source with every meal. Most people should eat at least 60 grams of protein daily.
- Avoid foods high in fat and sugar – Including too much fat and sugar in your diet after gastric bypass surgery may increase your risk of getting dumping syndrome. What is dumping syndrome? It’s a condition that causes a number of symptoms, including a rapid heart-beat, diarrhea, abdominal pain, nausea, light-headedness, sleepiness, and sweating. To avoid developing dumping syndrome after weight loss surgery, only use recipes that contain less than 10 grams of fat and sugar in each serving.
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