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  • #43379

    Hey if ya still looking for ideas let me know what you’re having and ill try and add some idea xxx how many weeks post op are you now? (Just so I don’t recommend something unsuitable;-) xxxx

    #43388
    jansus28
    Member

    Thank u ! I am 7 weeks post op! I can drink the daily amount as Long as I have ice in it! I am ok with pasta, mince, peanuts roared no salt! Yogurt no fat, cheese , milk, vegetables, melons and eggs, baked beans and potatoes and low fat custard!! Maybe that’s ok!!? When u actually look at it it’s not that bad!!

    #43376
    Lauren
    Keymaster

    Do you have Carol Ball’s ‘Return to Slender’ books? If not, they are most definitely worth investing in! Also, Jill Barlow has a site on Facebook called ‘Bariatric Food Porn’ where everyone sends in tried and tested bariatric recipes. Super little mine of info 😉

    Here’s a the link to Carol’s book and also one to the Bariatric Megastore which is full of loads of sugar free treats!!

    Return to Slender, the UK’s first bariatric cookery book | Bariatric Cookery

    Bariatrics megastore

    Happy reading xx

    Doodah x

    #43384
    jansus28
    Member

    Thank u yes I have the book and have looked at the site ordered my vitamins off there!!
    I think I am just worried about how much protein and fat I can have! Not looked at that at present!

    #43374
    Lauren
    Keymaster

    Try not to over think it. If you are taking your supplements, trying to eat a balanced diet and keeping hydrated, you shouldn’t have any problems at all. Your recommended regular blood tests will tell you if you need to tweak what you are eating and this will be followed up by your dietitian 😉

    Doodah x

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