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Hi all, I’m currently wondering if anyone knows how much sugar we should be minding post op when it comes to yogurt ? I don’t see doc till Tuesday and hoping to get an appt with the NUT for questions like this. Just wondering if anyone has any knowledge.

My favorite has always been the Greek whips 100 cal , 9g Protein but 12g sugar



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I am two days away from my surgery (26th) and I’m having seconds thoughts. I’m not sure that I want to get surgery anymore


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35 minutes ago, Jogar0804 said:

I am two days away from my surgery (26th) and I’m having seconds thoughts. I’m not sure that I want to get surgery anymore

Is it the surgery that is giving you second thoughts, or the lifestyle?

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1 hour ago, Socal16 said:

Hi all, I’m currently wondering if anyone knows how much sugar we should be minding post op when it comes to yogurt ? I don’t see doc till Tuesday and hoping to get an appt with the NUT for questions like this. Just wondering if anyone has any knowledge.

My favorite has always been the Greek whips 100 cal , 9g Protein but 12g sugar

My nutritionist gave directions for fat free & sugar free everything for full liquid diet. Then NSA (no sugar added) after that in pureed diet. I think the real key is the No Sugar Added (NSA).

For yogurt she highly recommend a blended greek yogurt with no chunks like the Oikos Triple Zero. It has 0 added sugar, 0 artificial sweetners & 0% fat. I found at least 4 of the flavors I liked. The Oikos 000 has 120 calories, 15g Protein, 6g sugar, 14g total carbs. Chucks are fine after you get passed the pureed stage.

One other thing, They told me to focus on the protein, carbs and liquid intake. The carbs would cover the sugar since it would be a big driver of carbs.

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Is it the surgery that is giving you second thoughts, or the lifestyle?

The surgery I’m not too concerned about. It’s more of the lifestyle.


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My nutritionist gave directions for fat free & sugar free everything for full liquid diet. Then NSA (no sugar added) after that in pureed diet. I think the real key is the No Sugar Added (NSA).
For yogurt she highly recommend a blended greek yogurt with no chunks like the Oikos Triple Zero. It has 0 added sugar, 0 artificial sweetners & 0% fat. I found at least 4 of the flavors I liked.


Awesome thank you I’m going to go to the store and look for these. Do you know from what you’ve tried if the strawberry has chunks or not?


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I have tried 7 or 8 of the flavors, and none of them including strawberry had any chunks. I don't any of the 000 do.

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You are swollen still from 1. Just having had major surgery 2. You had tubing in your trachea to assist with your breathing while unconscious. 3.you had an endoscopy tube down your esophagus and into your stomach to help size your sleeve properly 4. You had been NPO since midnight the night before? Your throat might have been as dry as the Kalahari Desert. Even with a lot of lubrication things might have scraped a little going,in and when they were removed. Hey it should rapidly get better day by day, you'll soon be fine and able to smile about this chapter in your journey.[emoji12][emoji12]

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Just had my sleeve done on Thursday the 22 can anyone tell me why eating and drinking hurts while going down




Everything in there is swollen and angry. Lol. It's get better is a few days hang in there


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Hey Losingit you will be fine just stay positive. My only really rough day was right after surgery and that night in hospital. I had lot of pain and discomfort but they say a lot from air I guess they pump in during surgery. Next full day I was 100% better just real tired and little pain but well worth the trip! Keep the faith!


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