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katy
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Hi Tori

I can’t emphasise enough how important it is to stick to the rules this early post op. everything is still very swollen and needs to heal so you must stick to sloppy foods. No carrots, crispbreads or anything non -mushy. I guarantee if you try it you will feel rotten!
I’m afraid chocolate is also a no go unless you want to find out what dumping is like. I had my bypass 18 months ago and I still don’t eat it. For me at this stage, it’s about me not wanting to know what my tolerance is but so soon post op it will make you ill!
If there is such thing as a sugar free chocolate milkshake syrup then that might be an option but to be honest, the bypass is only a tool. The biggest challenge is adopting the lifestyle and sticking to it.
I’m sorry if I sound like a downer but its important to he honest!
Katy

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