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Just converted from sleeve to bypass 2 days ago and already losing my mind. The first time wasn't as difficult because it was for weight loss and I was pumped, this time is for GERD relief. I HATE sweets. I could go an entire lifetime without sweets but all the Protein Drinks are sweet. To combat that does anyone have any suggestions of some Soups they ate during phase 2? I was thinking strained chicken noodle Soup, strained top ramen, or strained minestrone because regular fat free low sodium broth made me vomit. My doctor just said Clear Liquids but did not specify or give me ideas. Tyia

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Not sure if you'd be allowed what I am but you could always ask if something below interests you. This is what is listed for me for the FULL liquid part of the diet. I get my surgery next week......................

sugar free, non carbonated, caffeine free items
NO juice (whether regular or diluted)

Supposed to get in 32 oz from this list of items
(should be about 1/2 total intake--plan for fluids in between meal times):

Broth/bouillon (regular or nlight)
Crystal Light
Decaf coffee (8 oz max)
Decaf tea
fruit Infused Water (non carbinated)
Mio
Powerade Zero
Gatorade Zero
Propel Zero
SoBe Lifewater Zero
Sugar free Jello
Sugar free lemonade
Sugar free popsicles
Unsweetened decaf iced tea
Vitamin Water Zero
Water

And 32 oz from this list of items
(should be about 1/2 total intake--plan for Protein options at meal times):

Blended Bean Soups (black bean or lentil)
Lactose Free Low Fat or Skim Milk
Low Fat or Skim Milk, Fairlife Milk
Protein supplements (at least 20 g protein per scoop or per 11 oz)
Soy Milk
Strained Low Fat Cream Soups (made w/milk, cream of broccoli, cream of potato, cream of chicken, or tomato)
Traditional Light Yogurt or Greek Yogurt (NO chunks, plain, vanilla or lemon)

Edited by SummerTimeGirl

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What about Bone Broth? There are curry and chipotle and other flavors.

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The others have good suggestions but I would add clear Protein Drink (they aren’t as sweet and can be watered down). Also, I have heard of people that just used ramen seasoning packets and tossed the noodle part.

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