The name says it all- squash that looks and tastes like spaghetti. Well, it doesn’t actually taste like spaghetti, but it’s flavor is so mild that adding a sauce can make it taste like a traditional pasta dinner. So, what’s the benefit to eating spaghetti squash over spaghetti? The calories mostly. For gastric sleeve, gastric
Slow cookers can come in really handy this time of year. With a half hour’s worth of prep in the morning, you could have a fresh, healthy, home cooked meal by dinner time. Not only that, but depending on what you make, you could have enough leftovers to last for days. Who couldn’t put all
Healthy, protein rich snacks will need to fill in the gaps of your post op gastric sleeve diet when you’ve reached the final stage at one year post op. When you no longer rely on protein supplement drinks to help you meet your nutrition and protein requirements, you will need to make wise food choices
Sandwiches are the old standby for lunch. Ham, turkey, tuna, or roast beef on white, wheat, rye, wrap, or a roll. Mix and match to suit your preference. They are quick, easy, filling, able to eat on the go, and tasty. The problem? For some, there’s no problem. But, for gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, and
If blackened fish is a popular choice at restaurants, why not eat it at home too? This method of cooking salmon is quick and easy once you get the hang of it. The trick is to cook it on the stove top with high heat, which heats up the aromatic spices and makes a nice
If you love the flavors of the Mediterranean, this recipe is for you. It’s got the creaminess of the Greek yogurt, the protein in the chicken, the crunch of the cucumber, and chickpeas because, well, why not. This recipe is ideal for gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, and lap band patients for so many reasons.