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I have not tried these being only 5 weeks post op, BUT my wife bought these little ultra thin protien Pizza Crust at HyVee. They are about 7" around and have 110 calories 9 carbs and 16 protien. You get 3 of them for $4 I think. My 2 kids age 7 and 9 both ate a whole one so they can't be that bad.

Golden Home is the brand name.

Have not heard of these and will Che k them out. Glad your kids have been guinea pigs!

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I made the cauliflower pizza. It was ok, but didn't do the trick. I found a recipe for pizza in a bowl, low carb. Looked good. The bariatric ricotta bake satisfies my Italian craving too.

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Check out a recipe called Fathead pizza. It's a recipe for a low carb Pizza Crust and I've heard amazing reviews. If you're going to have pizza might as well try to make it as healthy as possible if you have a choice.

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We had pizza for supper tonight. It was a frozen DiGiorno Supreme Pizza, bought in a 3 pack at BJ's. We cut it into 6 slices and I ate the toppings from 2 pieces. It was delicious! I can't do the crust, but I've nibbled at the very crusty edge a little bit. It, too, was delicious, but I know that if I have even a couple of bites of Pizza Crust I will be uncomfortably full- and uncomfortable for several hours afterward, so I just don't eat it!

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We had pizza last night, thin crust from a local pizzeria. I was able to eat 3/4 of a slice and that satisfied me. I had no issues with it but I seem to have a sleeve of steel because I have yet to find a food that bothers me. I'm 10wks out.

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Yes you can. It depends on your body and your choice actually. I like thin crust pizza, it sits well and doesn't make me feel stuffed or sick. Haven't had regular pizza yet I'm 3 months out and still a bit scared to try it.

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Yes you can I can eat one piece of pizza a year after sleeve surgery in my old life I'd have eaten an entire pizza moderation is the key and If I do have a piece of pizza it's a treat
But yes you can enjoy a piece of pizza eventually
I had mine about 8 months out you really want to use the rapid weight loss time to its full potential while it lasts


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I love eat pizza but I'm been nervous to back eat pizza but I'm still on post surgery since January 9,2017 and makes me so full

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I love eat pizza but I'm been nervous to back eat pizza but I'm still on post surgery since January 9,2017 and makes me so full

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Lots of my sleeved friends do the keto/low carb pizza recipes on Pinterest. They are great if you are craving, but don't want the carb overload.

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On 1/6/2017 at 2:40 PM, elanafate said:

Try grilling a portobello mushroom. Then add a little sauce, cheese and toppings to the inside of a cap. Healthy alternative and a quarter of one will fill you up

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I saw this recipe on a website. The crust in pizza is not good for you since it has a ton of carbs so I have been googling low carb ways to make a pizza. Ive found so many good ones.

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On 1/12/2017 at 1:11 AM, WitchySar said:

Check out a recipe called Fathead pizza. It's a recipe for a low carb pizza crust and I've heard amazing reviews. If you're going to have pizza might as well try to make it as healthy as possible if you have a choice.

I've had it when I was low carb was yummy. I'm not low carb now so too much fat for me lol

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I eat toppings and a bite of crust. I stop before I'm full though so could fit in more ..

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I'm 13 months post-surgery. I lost weight steadily for 6 months and then have been basically stalled, but I'm working on that (MUST get back to regular exercise). Anyhow... I am a pizza-holic, or I was before surgery. Now I find I can eat the toppings but the crust over-fills me and makes me feel awful. Usually I eat the toppings from 2 pieces of a small pizza, but Sunday we were at a friend's home. He'd made pizza, it was very saucy, so I ate 2 pieces. They were small squares- maybe 2"x2"- with a very thin, soft crust, but BOY did I regret that choice! I have to stay away from the crust... even just a couple of bites of that lovely, thick edge... But that's OK, I've lost a ton of weight and am happy!

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