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Hello! I’m currently one week post-op for my gastric sleeve. I’m back on full liquids for another 2 weeks.

My nutritionist and dietitian said I’m able to have high Protein Soups AND/OR “Low Fat cream soups reconstituted with milk”

I’m one week post op and I’ve only been drinking Water and protein since surgery so no yogurt or Jello (which I’m able to have but that’s all I ate pre-op I can’t stomach it anymore)

I’ve seen a lot of people on here suggest, low sodium, low fat cream of chicken or mushroom then adding skim milk to it.

With this restriction what’s the best thing to eat for soups??

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I'm planning on doing just that using Fairlife Skim Milk, and adding a little unflavored Protein Powder to fortify the Soup with even more protein--without actually tasting it. I make a lot of different brothy Soups too, using the Isopure unflavored PP. I will have 2-3weeks of full liquids after surgery. (I'm officially having the RNY.)

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Hello! I’m currently one week post-op for my gastric sleeve. I’m back on full liquids for another 2 weeks.

My nutritionist and dietitian said I’m able to have high Protein Soups AND/OR “Low Fat cream Soups reconstituted with milk”

I’m one week post op and I’ve only been drinking Water and Protein since surgery so no yogurt or Jello (which I’m able to have but that’s all I ate pre-op I can’t stomach it anymore)

I’ve seen a lot of people on here suggest, low sodium, low fat cream of chicken or mushroom then adding skim milk to it.

With this restriction what’s the best thing to eat for Soups??

I plan to start full liquids today I am going to do the chicken with plain unsweetened almond milk it has more Protein less sugar and thirty calories per cup versus 90 on skim not that calories it a big factor right now.

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