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Keeping Your Appetite In Check After Weight Loss Surgery

Controlling your appetite can be one of the toughest parts of dieting, before or after your weight loss surgery. It is important to avoid the temptation to treat yourself or to eat more than your diet says you should. You should develop some techniques for managing your appetite while you are preparing for the surgery, and you might want to choose gastric sleeve surgery as your bariatric procedure to help reduce your appetite.


Tips for Controlling Your Appetite

Ignoring your appetite can be difficult when you are dieting, even if you’ve had weight loss surgery. However, there are a few things you can do to help reduce the temptation to eat more than you should.

  • Spending more time preparing your meals from scratch can actually help you to feel less hungry as it teaches you to wait for your food. It can also help you pick healthier options.
  • Eating meals slowly and mindfully can also make you feel more satisfied while you’re dieting. You’re less likely to feel hungry right away if you’ve appreciated your food.
  • Drinking more water can help by filling up your stomach with something that’s completely calorie free.
  • Picking healthy foods that release energy slowly and include plenty of fiber can help you to feel less hungry. Your appetite should be more stable throughout the day.
  • Distractions can work wonders when you’re dieting. Read a book, go for a walk, watch some TV, or try a new hobby so that you aren’t thinking about food.

Gastric Sleeve Surgery for Appetite Reduction

If you really struggle to control your appetite and you are planning on having weight loss surgery, then it might also be worth considering whether gastric sleeve surgery is the right procedure for you. A sleeve gastrectomy removes part of your stomach, which reduces the amount of appetite stimulating hormones that it can produce. This can actually help you to feel less hungry, which might make sticking to your diet a little bit easier.

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