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    SarahD
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    Hi all
    Just wanted some advice about what I should be eating. I am 10 days post bypass op and I am having
    half sachet oats so simple for breakfast;
    about 2 tablespoons soup for lunch;
    about 2 tablespoons pureed chicken/veg/gravy or fish pie/veg for tea
    I am also having snacks which are 1 rich tea biscuit or pureed canned fruit or half pot yogurt.

    Does this sound about right to all you post oper’s who have passed this stage?
    Also how long do I have to stay on the purees, I am longing for something to get my teeth into?!!
    As always any advice would be great
    Thanks
    Hugs to all
    Sarah D:grouphug:

    #39805
    Brains
    Member

    Hi SarahD
    Sounds about right to me. I stayed on puree foods about 6-8 weeks.
    Something to get your teeth into – try cream cracker with low fat cheese or dairylea as a snack.
    Or I sometimes have two for lunch.
    Sounds to me like you are doing great – well done xx

    #39806
    Irene
    Member

    Hi Sarah,
    Thats exactly what I am having and I am just 2 days ahead of you. I know what you mean about sinking your teeth into something. I went to Scotland and at the end of the party I was helping clear up and my brother in law bit into a tuna sandwich and I just really wanted to follow suit, but I didn’t. It’s the only time I desperately wanted something. My info says to change slightly after 4 weeks. I have bought the Bariatric Cookery book which has some very good suggestions in it. Well worth a look. Glad your doing okay. Take care

    Love

    Irene xx

    #39804
    Anonymous
    Guest

    Hi Sarah,
    Sounds like you doing good, your know if you over do it…. one way or another your system has a way of telling you off….

    You can chew gum, it also helps with dental hygene while your on the soft food stages….
    Remember loose in are slider foods and should be no problems, its a chance for you innards to heal.
    Just because you look terrific on the outside the insides will take a lot longer to repair… please be careful….

    If its a savoury thing you desire so much ( Im a savoury nut ) peanut butter was my savour not only for the salt but the protien too…..

    Your doing ok….. no worries…..

    Well done

    Buzz xx

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