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be very careful as if you are post bypass-we just cant tolerate alcohol in the same way we could before our insides were “replumbed’-the odd GLASS of red wine is actually beneficial but once the sugar gets into your blood stream you get drunk feelings VERY VERY Quickly and can become very ill
On another note you have to be VERY CAREFUL AND AWARE not to ‘transfer addicitions” which is quite common in former food addicts who post surgery find they cant eat much but can sip wine a lot!!!
I am a member of a group where this has happened to a few people and as a direct result their weight losses have stalled and even stopped all together as in the end all alcohol IS just empty calories!
This can be one of those ”lifestyle” changes that is hard to explain to pre or early post op patients.

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