Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Weight Loss Surgery, Eating is a New Adventure

After weight loss surgery, learn what to eat and in what quantity can be confusing.
The author of two books featuring recipes nutritious recipes for weight loss surgery patients, aims to help post-operative patients to feel more normal about their eating habits.

I've got something for the party, go out, it was the appetizer a new lifestyle, which offers readers guide books about everything from getting enough fluids after surgery to how to stock the kitchen and how to read food labels.

I emphasize the importance of getting enough protein, especially for patients who have malabsorptive bariatric procedures, such as the duodenal switch or gastric bypass.

You must be at least 60 grams of protein each day, regardless of the type of operation you have. I really emphasize the high quality protein supplements.

Both the cookbook and bariatric support group, Furtado help weight loss surgery patients to recognize the red flags and take appropriate steps to stay on the path to healthy living.

I tell people all the time, they operate in the digestive tract, not your brain. You really want to make sure that you have real support, and realistic expectations.


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