Water

Watermelon and Mint Infused Water

Water is one of the things bariatric patients often overlook. Many gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, and lap band patients are often so concerned with the foods they are eating that they forget that drinking enough water is just as important. In fact, dehydration is the number one reason patients are readmitted to the hospital after […]

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Increase Water Consumption to Decrease Caloric Intake

A new study analyzing water consumption and calorie intake shows some interesting findings, which could benefit gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, and lap band patients.  According to the study, adults drank an average of 4.2 cups of plain water (not including noncaloric drinks such as black or herbal tea, or black coffee).  The average caloric intake […]

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5 Beverages to Try in Place of Soda

If you are trying to kick or reduce your soda habit, you may be looking for alternative beverages to drink. You may want the sweetness of soda, desire the kick of the caffeine, or miss the mouthfeel of the bubbles. We’ve gathered a list of 5 beverages that are better for you than soda, and […]

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