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Staying on track with your weight loss dietary goals during holiday celebrations and festivities may seem difficult for many, especially when Thanksgiving is an event designed solely around eating as much as possible. After bariatric surgery you may face confusion on what can and cannot be consumed.
We must remember it’s a rough holiday for everyone and you are not alone, with the average American gaining 7 to 10 pounds between Thanksgiving and Christmas.
During this time of year meal-planning can become more challenging if you’ve recently had weight loss surgery, so we’ve put together this easy-to-follow after bariatric surgery guide to help put your put your mind at ease this Thanksgiving.
Now you can spend more time enjoying friends and family and less time worrying about overeating, dumping syndrome and other gastric issues.
THINGS TO REMEMBER
Whether you neglect your doctor’s rules or strictly adhere, after bariatric or gastric bypass surgery one of the most important things to do is at least take the right approach to the big meal using these simple guidelines:
These after bariatric Thanksgiving guidelines should help assist you in enjoying your holiday meal without all of the dietary stressors. If you have any questions about what you can and cannot eat during Thanksgiving you can consult your nutritionist to help answer any dietary questions.
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