Having a high protein, low carb breakfast waiting for you in your fridge to grab and go can make all the difference to start your day off right. Our mornings can be hectic even before the sun has fully risen. Many people just don’t have the time to cook a high protein meal for their weight loss diet before heading out the door every morning. These low carb, high protein ham and cheese rolls can make a perfect grab and go bariatric breakfast for gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, and lap band patients.
Aldi, a recent addition to the local grocery industry, has a new feature: grocery delivery at home. It’s called Instacart and it is available in the Boca Raton and surrounding areas, which are frequently where Dr. Shillingford’s gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, lap band, and laparoscopic surgery patients live.
For bariatric patients (gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, or gastric band) having a high protein breakfast is often essential to fitting in your total daily protein needs. But for those trying hard to stick to their post bariatric surgery diet and keep up with their busy lifestyle, cooking breakfast every morning just isn’t in the cards.
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.
When you need dinner on the table quickly, ground beef can be an easy choice. It cooks up within minutes and can be moist and delicious. Add in vegetables and you’ve got a high protein, low carbohydrate dinner that can fit into a post bariatric surgery diet.
September is here, and soon we will be entering a time when we can start to feel fall creeping in. But, for now, it’s still summer and that means it’s the perfect time for grilling. If you planned this for dinner and rain complicates your plans, the steak can be equally delicious cooked inside in