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Bariatric Patients

  • National Hydration Day

    National Hydration Day

    National hydration day is a great day to highlight the ways gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, and lap band patients utilize to ensure that they meet their hydration needs after their bariatric surgery.

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  • Focus on Fitness: Spinning

    Focus on Fitness: Spinning

    For bariatric patients new to the gym or just starting to incorporate workout classes into their weight loss regime, hearing foreign workout lingo can be a natural exercise repellant. In this Focus on Fitness, we look to dispel some stress and anxiety people have about trying a new fitness class by explaining what a Spinning class entails. We want to make you feel comfortable trying a new workout by letting you know what it is and what to expect.

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  • Do You Need an Abdominal Ultrasound? Here’s What It Can Be Used For

    Do You Need an Abdominal Ultrasound? Here’s What It Can Be Used For

    Did you walk out of your doctor’s office with a prescription for an abdominal ultrasound? Maybe you complained about abdominal pain, or your hormone levels are abnormal, or you are experiencing inflammation in your abdomen.

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  • Bariatric Friendly Weeknight Dinner: Five Ingredients, One Pan

    Bariatric Friendly Weeknight Dinner: Five Ingredients, One Pan

    We all scramble to cook a homemade dinner some nights. Those nights always seem to follow busy day, a day where things just didn’t go your way, a day when you might have previously picked up some take out to make your night easier.

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  • Tips for Post Gastric Sleeve Hydration

    Tips for Post Gastric Sleeve Hydration

    Hydration is critical after gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, and lap band surgery. Many bariatric patients often struggle to get in their 64 ounces, especially in the first couple of weeks after their weight loss surgery. In fact, dehydration is the number cause for rehospitalization amongst bariatric patients across the country. But, in most cases dehydration is preventable

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  • Flavor Combination Ideas for Bariatric Patients’ High Protein Egg Muffin Cups

    Flavor Combination Ideas for Bariatric Patients’ High Protein Egg Muffin Cups

    For Dr. Shillingford’s gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, and gastric band patients who are looking to cook up some Egg Muffins from this blog post, we thought we’d give you some interesting flavor ideas to keep your taste buds on their toes!

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  • Marinated Fish Skewers: Flavorful, Flaky, Low Carb, and Good for Diabetics

    Marinated Fish Skewers: Flavorful, Flaky, Low Carb, and Good for Diabetics

    Fish is a good choice of protein for diabetics since it’s frequently low in fat, carbohydrates, and calories. While frying fish is a common way to prepare it, the frying process adds lots of fat and calories, which is not good for your weight loss efforts or for your heart. Grilling fish can be a much better choice.

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  • Will Bariatric Patients Be Ready for Clean Meat?

    Will Bariatric Patients Be Ready for Clean Meat?

    Recent environmental and political events have highlighted the need for sustainable foods. Producing foods, fibers, and other plant and animal products using farming and production techniques that protect the environment, public health, and animal welfare has become a hot button issue for many Americans. We see the label bandied about a lot regarding fish, grains, and produce, but there is also a lot of concern regarding the sustainable production of meat.

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  • Keys to a Healthy Immune System (and Avoiding the Flu)

    Keys to a Healthy Immune System (and Avoiding the Flu)

    The flu is all over the news this winter. It’s taking its toll across the country and, sadly, leading to dozens of deaths. While the news is not specifically related to bariatric patients, we want to keep our gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, and lap band patients healthy. That includes things like promoting weight loss, achieving normal blood sugar levels, reducing hypertension and high cholesterol, but also helping to reduce the chance of contracting contagious infections like influenza.

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  • Put Down That Yogurt!

    Put Down That Yogurt!

    Even if it’s greek yogurt, put it down. Just for a second. Turn the container around and check the sugar content before spooning in another delicious mouthful.
    Yogurt and greek yogurt have gained popularity in recent years due to their high protein content. For gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, and lap band patients, greek yogurts often have upwards of 10-13 g protein in each 6 oz cup, which goes a long way toward meeting their daily goal of 80g protein. But, if you are trying to lose weight (like bariatric surgery patients) or even just be healthy, you’ll want to make sure you aren’t eating heaping spoonfuls of sugar alongside of your protein.

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