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Weight Loss Surgery Diet, What You Will Eat

By Edited Aug 30, 2016 1 1

The weight loss surgery diet is very similar if not the same for all of the different weight loss surgeries. There are definite stages to it and how foods are reintroduced. There will be slight variations to the way your surgeon prescribes a weight loss surgery diet but it will be very close to what is outlined here.

Clear liquids are called for immediately after weight loss surgeries. This will include broth, clear protein supplements, etc. You must be able to see through whatever liquid you want to drink. How long this stage lasts is up to your surgeon. It is usually from one day up to a week. You should not be hungry at first, so this will not be a problem. You will need to concentrate on getting your required fluids in to avoid dehydration.

The next step in a weight loss surgery diet is full liquids. This means things like cream or pureed soups, milk and protein shakes. After weight loss surgeries you have to give your system time to heal so be sure the liquids are liquid. You will begin to concentrate on getting your protein in. It is important to healing and weight loss. This stage will usually last a week.

The next stage of the weight loss surgery diet is usually called mushies. It is what it sounds like, food that is soft or has been run through a processor. Popular choices include refried beans, cottage cheese, puddings or anything you want to run through a food processor. Your new stomach is still healing after any of the weight loss surgeries at this stage. This stage of the weight loss surgery diet can last anywhere from one week to several depending on your surgeon's guidelines.

Regular foods are finally reintroduced in the last stage of a weight loss surgery diet. Your system should be healed enough after any of the weight loss surgeries at this point to tolerate whole foods. Your first priority will be protein. It is essential to a healthy weight loss surgery diet. You will only be able to eat small amounts so protein is eaten first. A typical meal will consist of 3 or 4 bites of protein and a few bites of vegetables.

That's it. You now know the stages and what to expect on a weight loss surgery diet.



Sep 28, 2010 8:13pm
This is definitely one of the best articles to be written for IB...It is informative, and well written...keep it up!
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