Advice after having an obesity operation
The operated person wants the best results in the safest conditions. Some rules must be respected. The supporters you have chosen, or your family support are there to advise you. There are ups and downs, times when things are easier than others but even after several years, the team is there to advise you.
Good practices to adopt after the bariatric intervention (first weeks)
It would be advisable to scrupulously follow the advice given to them in three fundamental areas:
How do you eat after surgical intervention treating obesity?
A primordial question often asked before the intervention concerns the nature of food and eating habits that need to be adapted once having the operation. It touches on three essential pillars:
Place close attention to the texture of ingested food
As for the texture of the food, it is advisable the first month after the operation to favour soft and liquid textures, to choose mixed with the consistency of “mashed potatoes”. Afterward, the patient can be redirect very slowly towards a diet with stronger textures.
Be careful of sugar and fat!
As for the nature of the food, the patient will now have to limit the absorption of fats and sugars that are easily absorbed. It is therefore necessary to promote the intake of proteins and foods whose sugars are slowly absorbed.
Small meals or more regular intervals
After the bariatric operation, the obesity surgeons and nutritional experts recommend eating small quantities 3 to 6 times per day.