PHASE III Diet Solid Foods 4 Weeks After Surgery

PHASE III Diet Solid Foods 4 Weeks After Surgery

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When performing SLEEVE gastric sleeve diet, or GASTRIC BANDING, or GASTRIC BYPASS, the liver, which normally lays on the front of the stomach, has to be lifted up off the stomach in order for the surgeon to see the stomach and then perform your surgery on the stomach.

She provides pre-operative and post-operative nutritional counseling to New Jersey Bariatric Center’s Gastric Bypass, Gastric Sleeve, LAP-BAND (gastric band) and revision patients, in addition to counseling for patients in our Medical Weight Loss program.

Try walking each day or doing some strength-building work each week to keep your strength up (and give you a running start after surgery recovery); however, this is probably not the time to sign up for that Kick-Boxing or Zumba class you’ve always wanted to try, or to train for a 5K. Wait till you’re fully recovered after surgery…then GO FOR IT!

NOTE: The purpose of this post is to give you a general perspective of what to expect in regards of the gastric sleeve post op diet, it would not be practical for you if we give here every single detail, so it is important to let you know that if you decide to have your surgery with us you will be provided with a detailed guide with examples and actual lists of food on each of the phases mentioned here.