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  • Ricotta Bake: Delicious and Soft Food for After Your Bariatric Surgery

    Ricotta Bake: Delicious and Soft Food for After Your Bariatric Surgery

    Gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, and lap band patients are always asking for suggestions for their pureed and soft stages following their weight loss surgery. While many bariatric patients can handle protein rich foods pureed in a food processor or blender, some people prefer to eat foods that resemble a more normal consistency but still qualify as pureed/soft. For some, refried beans were a staple in the pureed stage. For others, low sugar greek yogurt was their “go to” protein-rich pureed food.

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  • Tips for Pre-Op Bariatric Surgery Patients

    Tips for Pre-Op Bariatric Surgery Patients

    If you have decided to have gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, or lap band surgery, congratulations! You’ve made the first step in a journey that will change your life forever. While you wait for your surgery date there are some things you can do to prepare.

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  • What Protein to Eat For Breakfast When You Can Not Tolerate Eggs

    What Protein to Eat For Breakfast When You Can Not Tolerate Eggs

    One side effect of bariatric surgery can be changes in food preferences. This can be especially true in the early stages after gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, or lap band surgery, but may also persist.

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  • Understanding Your Blood Pressure Numbers

    Understanding Your Blood Pressure Numbers

    Your blood pressure reading is made up of two measurements represented by numbers, i.e. 120/80. The top number is the systolic blood pressure and the bottom is the diastolic blood pressure. These numbers are measured in mm Hg, or millimeters of mercury.

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  • Five Foods You’ve Probably Been Pronouncing Wrong

    Five Foods You’ve Probably Been Pronouncing Wrong

    Pinterest is full of pictures and recipes for the trendiest foods- the latest smoothie bowls, salads, and high protein meals. We may want to try them, but it’s hard to ask where to find the ingredients if we don’t know how to pronounce them.

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  • Bariatric Friendly Fourth of July Party Foods

    Bariatric Friendly Fourth of July Party Foods

    Independence Day is just around the corner and that can mean barbeques and celebrations that often are centered around food. Dr. Shillingford wants his weight loss surgery patients to know that an invitation to a party doesn’t have to be an invitation to overeat or to eat foods that aren’t a part of their bariatric surgery diet.

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  • 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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  • 5 Reasons to Consider Joining a Running Club

    5 Reasons to Consider Joining a Running Club

    Have you considered joining a running club? The answer to this is probably either a) yes, I’m in one, or b) what’s a running club?

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  • Non Meat Bariatric Friendly Meal Ideas for Catholics on Good Friday

    Non Meat Bariatric Friendly Meal Ideas for Catholics on Good Friday

    This Friday is Good Friday, an important day for Catholics. In observance of Good Friday, many Catholics do not eat beef, pork, chicken, turkey, and other meats. For weight loss surgery patients, that can greatly limit their choices for high quality proteins to help them meet their daily protein goal (usually around 60-80 grams of protein) after bariatric surgery. Consuming adequate protein is crucial for maintaining muscle mass while losing weight.

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  • 5 High Sugar Vegetables and 5 Low Sugar Vegetables

    5 High Sugar Vegetables and 5 Low Sugar Vegetables

    Vegetables should be a huge priority in gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, and lap band post op diet, just behind protein which should be the first priority. Starting at Stage 5, post op bariatric patients who are tolerating their diets should begin adding lettuce and soft cooked, low starch vegetables. When Stage 6 begins, you can add raw vegetables for more variety and texture in your diet.

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