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I'm not sure if Jello or pudding is liquid enough?

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No pudding 3 days post op or pre op in liquid stage. That can be had in the soft food stage.

Edited by Losingit2018

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Watch the quantity. I went for a 4 oz. little cup of Jello with a 2 oz. stomach. One of the only times I barfed. I have a sleeve though.

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I wasn't allowed that during my liquid diet. The only thing close to that that I was allowed was sugar free Jello. But ask your bariatric team - maybe your plan is different than mine was. But you can have sugar free pudding during the pureed stage once you're post-op - I ate quite a bit of it then.

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Pre-op the chocolate sugar free pudding has been my friend. I don't particularly care for chocolate items, but I enjoy this. The vanilla is gross. I hope my new stomach continues to enjoy sugar free pudding.

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sugar free jello/ jelly is usually considered a liquid and allowed both pre and post op. They even give it to you in hospital

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On 1/19/2020 at 4:57 AM, Krimsonbutterflies said:

Pre-op the chocolate sugar free pudding has been my friend. I don't particularly care for chocolate items, but I enjoy this. The vanilla is gross. I hope my new stomach continues to enjoy sugar free pudding.

I'm a year out and my new stomach LOVES sugar-free chocolate pudding. It feels like an indulgence!

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I honestly wouldn’t do just sugar free Jello pudding. There’s no Protein. You can either buy BariatricPal protein pudding mix which is pretty good or I’ve found when I mix PEScience select Protein Powder (peanut butter cookie is great, or Cookies and cream) with TwoGood yogurt it ends up a nice pudding or even frosting like consistency. You can think it out if you need it more liquid consistency or put it in the fridge a bit for it to be thicker. Of course this is just my personal opinion.

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Hey Everyone! Im so glad I found this forum My Name’s Chris im 36 and 1 week post op gsb im a lil confused as I just completed my week od liquid diet and now im on my phase 2 of my diet which is mushy foods and its the 2nd week, I see others had to wait a lot longer? Can anyone shed some light on this?


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1 hour ago, ThatDudeCK said:

Hey Everyone! Im so glad I found this forum My Name’s Chris im 36 and 1 week post op gsb im a lil confused as I just completed my week od liquid diet and now im on my phase 2 of my diet which is mushy foods and its the 2nd week, I see others had to wait a lot longer? Can anyone shed some light on this?


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there's a lot of variation between plans. I was on purees ("mushy foods") as soon as I got home from the hospital. Others are on liquids for a week - or two weeks - before they can advance.

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Were you able to handle mushy foods? Im having trouble and wondering if i should postpone it another week


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