Sometimes a recipe is so simple that you think it can’t be good. But don’t be fooled. Just four ingredients can be combined to create a delicious, healthy, and protein-packed dinner centerpiece.
Thinly sliced deli meat can be a great protein option after gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, or lap band surgery. It can be eaten on it’s own, as part of a meal, or as a snack. Deli meat can vary in protein amounts based on the meat and the portion size, but according to the USDA 1 cup of sliced deli ham or turkey offers around 185 calories, 1 gram carbohydrates, and 27 grams protein.
Bacon, Avocado, and Tomato Deviled Egg is A High Protein Meal for Bariatric Patients’ Breakfast, Lunch, or Dinner
Eggs are one food that people often think of for breakfast, but really they can be enjoyed at any meal (as long as you are into Stage 5 of your post bariatric surgery diet). Eggs are a great source of protein (6 grams in a large egg) and are packed with vitamins and minerals. For gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, and lap band patients who are able to tolerate hard boiled eggs after their weight loss surgery, this dish may prove to be one you want to keep in your fridge for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
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.
Everyone seems to love brunch. Everyone also seems to love tacos. So combine the two and you’ve got a winning combination for sure!
While it may not be tacos per se, the flavors of this stuffed pepper are taco inspired. The secret is to eliminate the taco shell to reduce the carbohydrate content of the meal in order to make it fit much more easily into the post bariatric diet for gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, and lap band patients.
Most everyone is aware of sweetened greek yogurts. They come in flashy flavors like Cherry Pomegranate, Key Lime, and Coconut Dark Chocolate in addition to your classic Strawberry, Vanilla, and Blueberry. But, for gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, and lap band patients, these flavors often mean a lot of extra sugar that just doesn’t fit into their post bariatric surgery diet.
The amount of weight you lose after bariatric surgery can be affected by weight control practices and eating behaviors after surgery. Over 2000 study participants who had either gastric bypass or adjustable gastric banding were monitored for 3 years after their bariatric surgery. Researchers found that the greatest variability in weight loss outcomes could be
Everyone loves a chip. But potato chips are not worth the saturated fat and empty calories for those on a weight loss diet or for those who have had gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, or adjustable lap band surgery. A great alternative is to make your own chips out of zucchini. It’s a lower calorie, lower
School is out and parents and grandparents may find themselves making innumerable snacks each day for their young ones. It’s hard to fix several snacks a day and not want to partake. Well, this snack is one that even gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, and lap band patients can feel good about sharing with the kids.
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