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Look what I found:

https://www.medicalindiatourism.com/bariatric/gastric-bypass-diet.html

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Diet Progression after Gastric Bypass Surgery

The patient should understand that size of the stomach after the surgery is very small. So it is essential to take 2-3 bites at a time and wait till ten minutes before starting any new food. In comparison to soft solids, liquid empties fast from the stomach. Quick or overeating can result in pain or nausea. Avoid eating creamy liquids such as ice creams, gravies and sauces.

Diet Regime in the Hospital

A patient is required to follow a specific diet post surgery. The patient will be given broth, juices and Jell-O which are high in sugar content. The food portions after the surgery will be very small and the amount will be gradually increased after a patient gets the power to tolerate it.

Diet for First Two Weeks After the Surgery

It is advisable to drink thick liquids that include –

sugar-free pudding

1% or non-fat milk, if the patient is able to tolerate milk

Low-fat cottage cheese

Refined hot cereals that are low in Fiber like cream of wheat or rice. Add extra liquid for creating a soup-like consistency

Optional low-calorie or high-protein liquid supplement drinks

Soy-based or lactose-free low-calorie drinks

Low-fat Soups or blended broth-based Soup

Also do not eat oatmeal

Diet for 2-4 Weeks Post Surgery

It is advisable to eat soft foods and puréed after 2-4 weeks of the surgery that include –

Tofu

Hot cereals

Applesauce

Noodles

Yogurt

Mashed potatoes

Lean fish

Cottage cheese

Lean ground meats or poultry

Well-cooked, puréed vegetables

Scrambled egg substitute or egg whites

Meal Plan for 2-8 weeks Until 2 Months Post Surgery

The calorie intake of the patient can be more than five hundred calories a day. All the meals should be divided into 6-8 small meals. The advisable portion size of liquids is 1/2cups and for 1/4cups for solids.

Meal Plan for 2-6 Months Post Surgery

It is recommended to consume 65-75 grams of Protein and 900-1000 calories a day. The daily serving must include –

Two servings of well-cooked vegetables

Three servings of dairy products and milk including low-fat and non-fat products

Three servings of starch while limiting to rice and bread

One serving of fruit and avoid eating fruits with skin and dried fruits

Three servings of meat alternative or meat including low-fat and lean meat

Meal Plan for 6 Months After Surgery and Beyond

Patients should avoid eating dried fruits, popcorn, raw vegetables, red and nut meats, breads and fresh fruits with skin.

High-protein liquid supplement drinks should be discontinued

900-1000 calories should be consumed in a day

Increase the variety of low-calorie, low-fat and low-sugar foods

Eat only 2-3 Snacks per day and also decrease to 3 meals in a day

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I kinda feel that Im doing all that naturally. I dont know if it's because Im listening to my body or more now that my body now screams at me louder, but I definitely hear it better.

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Just take it day by day learn your body and your new stomach. Plz don't rush to the next stages.

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