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One of the most common issues we hear about is late night food cravings and an inability to stay on track. We know why but the reason escapes a lot of post-ops.
When can I have coffee? Anyone else told no coffee?
I just had my first post op check up and they released me to eat Pureés, what about scrambled eggs?
Everyone wants to smack the Low Carb Tortillas from our hand but no one says what we CAN eat. Here is the list.
The goal in this phase is to introduce a few calories into your diet and ready your surgically altered stomach and intestines for food. Doctors vary in their requirements for length of time in this food stage; some as little as a few days to as long as a month or even longer in cases. Stay with your surgeons prescribed timeline.