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Paul-H
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Hi

I don’t think you need to go as low as 3% sugar, I alway look at the total sugar being no more than 5% and then only if it’s sucrose based, if it’s fructose it can be a little higher at 6%, that was my understanding of the recomendations.

Also in the early stage don’t worry about going too low fat, you will be eating very small amounts for the first couple of months and a bit of fat is very helpful and even needed by the body to help the digestive transit process.

I also agree with Elaine regarding food prep, don’t bog yourself down worrying to much, just get yourself a hand bender and blitz everything for the first month and then mash everything for the second month. The only thing I had any issues with was red meat, they only way I could eat it was if it had been in the slow cooker all day, anything else wouldn’t stay down, even now 10 weeks post op I cannot eat red meat unless slow cooked and very soft.

Paul

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