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Protein first the size of a deck of cards, then veggies, you should be full then. Don't drink with meals 30 min. prior to or after. Try to get as much protein as you can. Stay away from carbs and starches and sugars.

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Don't you have a 2 month follow up appt? The surgeon's office should be giving you guidance on this.

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I don't go back for 3 months. I'm just saying that I can't think of anything good to eat. I know what I am supposed to eat, just wanted some opinions on what to eat

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At two months, yoghurt and cottage cheese were my staples. Also smoothies made with berries, spinach, Protein Powder. You just have to play around and figure out what works for you. eggs did not work for me. Salmon was great. Cod was not. Calf liver was awesome and went down so easily. It's so different for each person.

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At 2 months out, I was allowed to eat "normal" food, but generally kept to soft foods because I was still learning what I could and could not tolerate. Soft foods=things that aren't crunchy. I don't think I had raw veggies for about 3 or 4 months.

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Browse this thread for inspiration (at your current stage... Some people are further out)

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Have you tried the different flavored tuna packets? They can be good!

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I’ve heard about ricotta pie. Haven’t tried it but people rave about it

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In the early days I would go to YouTube and type in what are you eating at 2 months or at 6 months out depending on where I was and get ideas that way. I got some great suggestions back then.

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On 08/10/2019 at 09:51, Tracyringo said:



In the early days I would go to YouTube and type in what are you eating at 2 months or at 6 months out depending on where I was and get ideas that way. I got some great suggestions back then.


Great idea!

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