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  • Hydrate!

    Hydrate!

    It is hot in South Florida, and that means one thing: hydrate! Having enough water is crucial for everyone, but staying hydrated is essential for bariatric patients. With a reduced stomach size, gastric sleeve and lap band patients may have to sip smaller amounts of water more often than their nonsurgical cohorts to get the

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  • 3 Ingredient Recipe: Lemony Italian Salmon

    3 Ingredient Recipe: Lemony Italian Salmon

    Three ingredient recipes are great not only because they are usually super easy, but because you probably have all the ingredients at your house already. That means no need to stop at the store on the way home. That means you won’t be tempted to stop for take out instead of stopping at the market.

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  • Whole Grains Are a Whole Lot Better for Your Health

    Whole Grains Are a Whole Lot Better for Your Health

    White bread and white rice have gotten a bad reputation in recent years for being less nutritious than their whole grain counterparts. Yet, the grocery aisles are filled with a wide selection of tempting white bread and white rice products begging the question: is whole grain really that much better for you? The answer appears

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  • Caprese Stuffed Chicken Breasts

    Caprese Stuffed Chicken Breasts

    Classic Italian flavors of tomatoes, cheese, and basil are delicious and totally crave worthy.  But traditional Italian pasta and sauce meals are often one of the first meals to be eliminated after gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, and lap band surgery due to their high carbohydrate and calorie levels.   Gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, and gastric

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  • Baked Eggs in Peppers

    Baked Eggs in Peppers

    Bagels may be delicious, but at an equivalent of 4 slices of bread they are often one of the first foods to go for those who have had gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, or lap band surgery and for anyone trying to lose weight. For those looking for another vehicle for their eggs, we’ve got a

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  • Cucumber and Feta Stuffed Tomatoes

    Cucumber and Feta Stuffed Tomatoes

    Summer is the perfect time for fresh vegetables. Take advantage of ripe, red tomatoes and cool, crisp cucumbers in this delightfully refreshing side dish or snack. It is important for gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, and adjustable lap band patients to consume enough protein within their lower calorie limits, so eating protein with snacks as well

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  • Mango Madness

    Mango Madness

    If you live in South Florida, chances are good that you either have or know someone who has a mango tree. Summer is when most mangos are ripe, and mango season is upon us. Mango trees can produce over a hundred mangos each year. After the first dozen, you may grow a little tired of

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  • Planning Ahead for Less Calories

    Planning Ahead for Less Calories

    Impulse buys at the supermarket are not usually the healthiest of selections. The same theory can be applied to last minute lunch selections. A new study shows that people who order lunch earlier in the day chose meal options that are 100 calories less than their counterparts who order lunch for immediate consumption. That means

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  • Everyday Baked Chicken

    Everyday Baked Chicken

    Since chicken is usually well tolerated after gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, and lap band surgery, bariatric patients tend to cook it often. Chicken breast is a very versatile protein that can blend in with different ingredients and different flavors to make you forget you just ate it yesterday. Instead of cooking new chicken dishes everyday,

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  • 5 Minute Black Bean Dip

    5 Minute Black Bean Dip

    Snacking is important for bariatric patients. Since their stomach size is reduced, surgical weight loss patients can not get all of their calories, protein, vitamins, and minerals in 3 small meals a day. Healthy snacks are key to meeting protein and nutrient needs. A handful of pretzels or chips and dip will no longer suffice

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