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I just bought two cookbooks—Fresh Start Bariatric Cookbook and The Gastric Sleeve Bariatric Cookbook, both by Sarah Kent. I haven't made anything from them yet, but have looked through them and am excited about making several of the recipes.

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Also, the website automatically linked the recipes page in my previous post: https://store.bariatricpal.com/blogs/recipes

I haven't looked at this before, but it probably has some good recipes, too!

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I know that that handouts given to me by my surgeon's office said to limit grains/breads/pastas/starches the rest of my life. Some sites they recommended for food ideas included here at the recipes page on Bariatric Pal, skinnytaste.com, hungry-girl.com, and livingafterwls.com. My handouts said to make 1/2 of your plate always Protein and eat it first, then 1/4 of your plate non-starchy veggies and eat them second, then 1/4 of your plate carbs and eat them last.

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I know that that handouts given to me by my surgeon's office said to limit grains/breads/pastas/starches the rest of my life. Some sites they recommended for food ideas included here at the recipes page on Bariatric Pal, skinnytaste.com, hungry-girl.com, and livingafterwls.com. My handouts said to make 1/2 of your plate always Protein and eat it first, then 1/4 of your plate non-starchy veggies and eat them second, then 1/4 of your plate carbs and eat them last.
Thanks a lot!! It is good info for me because I feel lost and scared.

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I just bought two cookbooks—Fresh Start Bariatric Cookbook and The Gastric Sleeve Bariatric Cookbook, both by Sarah Kent. I haven't made anything from them yet, but have looked through them and am excited about making several of the recipes.
Thanks

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10 hours ago, ecintron said:

Where should I look for diet or menus to follow after my 6.months. I feel kind of lost. I just eat everything but 4 oz. Please any advise.

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Are you relying on your surgery restriction and eating all foods in smaller portions for weight loss?

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