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    kathc
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    Hi all ,

    What yoghurts do you eat post op ?? I was told children’s yog but when I had a quick look in sainsburys today most seemed too high sugar content for 100 grams . Any advice – still preparing for post op made some carrot and coriander soup today to go with the lentil one yesterday !

    Katherine . X

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    #45133
    Doodah
    Keymaster

    Hi Kath

    I believe that so long as you stick to the dietary guidlines regarding fat and sugar content given to you by the dietician, the choice of yoghurts you eat is up to you. I just ate weightwatchers ones I think and I really like plain yoghurt which is lucky. Hope that is helpful.

    The soup making is a brilliant idea. My lovely sister is the soup making Queen of the world and made me gallons of the stuff in all different flavours frozen into tiny little portions for me. I’m convinced they were the secret to my success! All fresh and home made by her. Plus I think the extra love she put in them helped 🙂

    Doodah x

    #45134
    Renn
    Member

    Hi

    Shape Zero is nice for flavoured yog. and WW.
    Greek 0% is nice too and I like Natural too like Doodah.
    Soups are nice too especially homemade. Tinned Red label Heinz Pea & Ham or Lentil are a healthy choice too. Try stirring some pulsed cooked chicken or turkey in as you serve in a ramekin to up the protein of any soup.
    Good Luck you seem well organised and planning is one of the keys to success with the bariatric tool I’m sure.

    Bye Madeleine (Renn)

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