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Eating a Balanced Diet After a Gastric Bypass

Getting your diet right is important when you have any kind of weight loss surgery, but there is more to eating well than just lowering your calorie intake. Before a private gastric bypass in the UK, you will be given advice on getting the right balance of nutrients in your diet.


Cutting Back on Calories

A gastric bypass can help you to do this by reducing the amount of food that you can eat. You should feel fuller sooner when you are eating, but you still need to be careful. It is important to avoid filling up on high-calorie foods that are full of fat and sugar. You will also need to learn how to recognise that full feeling, even when it comes sooner than it used to so that you can take the signal to stop. Your doctor will help you to come up with a diet plan before your private gastric bypass in the UK, but it will be up to you to stick to it. You need to take in fewer calories that you are burning each day in order to lose your excess weight and this can be tough, even after the surgery.

Getting Your Essential Nutrients

Reducing the amount of food that you are eating can make it harder to get all of the nutrients you need, so it is important to ensure that you are eating the right kinds of foods. Your diet plan will include a rich range of fruits and vegetables as well as plenty of protein, but it can still be difficult to get everything you need from what you are eating. Your doctor will probably recommend that you take a daily supplement after your private gastric bypass at the UK clinic. This will ensure that you get enough of the essential vitamins and minerals even if they are missing from your meals.

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Weight-loss results vary from person to person and is not guaranteed after surgery.