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Fonly1971
on 11/8/17 3:02 am
Wallenmm
on 10/27/17 11:17 am - Hammondsport, NY
RNY on 08/09/17
Topic: RE: Instant Pot Recipes

Potheads. LOL. THANKS for the link! I don't have one yet, but my mom just got one, so I can pass along recipes to her until I invest in one of them. I hear they are great.

RNY Aug 9, 2017

Start: 311 pounds.

Pre surgery: -30

M1: -20, M2: -10, M3: -12

HonestOmnivore
on 10/11/17 1:19 pm
RNY on 03/29/17 with
Topic: Chia Seed Breakfast Protein Pudding

This is NOT low calorie, but I try to make breakfast my highest calorie meal so it's been working well for me!

The night before-

1 Scoop Grass Feed Organic Whey protein powder

2 TBSP dehydrated peanut butter powder

2 TBSP Chia Seeds

4 oz (or half a can/carton) RTD protein shake

Mix the powders and seeds with a fork, then add in just a little of the RTD protein liquid and mix/kneed with the fork to form a paste (this helps get all the powders wet) then continue to add the rest of the liquid into the mixture as you keep stirring/combining the mixture. Place this in the refrigerator (you don't need to cover it) and the next morning you'll have a lovely pudding.

The calorie/macro count will vary depending on the RTD protein you use. I like to use chocolate flavors with the peanut butter but I've used it with banana and strawberry and it's fine. The macros below are based on using half a can of Pure Protein Frosty Chocolate Shake

Total Calories: 342, Protein: 48, Carbs: 22, Sugar: 2, Fat: 10

SW - 206 CW - 146
M1 - 20lb M2 - 9 lb M3 - 7 lb M4 - 7 lb M5 - 7 lb M6 - 6 lb M7 - 4 lb

CariH
on 10/1/17 8:17 am - Albany, OR
Topic: RE: IP Question

That's pretty long. I've done them for 12 minutes w/ natural release for medium-sized and thought that was even a little much. Next time, I'm going to try 10 and see how it goes. :)

Ladyblu
on 9/26/17 11:13 am, edited 9/26/17 11:15 am - Jacksonville, FL
VSG on 09/29/17
Topic: Low Carb Real Good Pizza Knockoff

If you have heard about or tried Real Good Pizza, here is a version you can make at home. I modified a recipe I found on KetoConnect to remove some of the fat so it is low carb and low fat:

10 ounces of left over rotisserie or roasted chicken (fat and skin removed)

1 ounce of Parmesan cheese

1 whole egg or 1/4 cup of eggbeaters

Preheat oven to 500 degrees.

Put the chicken and parm in a food processor and pulse until finely pureed.

Add the egg (eggbeaters) and stir well.

Place the mixture on a baking sheet (spray with non-stick cooking spray) and form into a round or square flat disc (1/4 inch thickness seems to work well).

Bake in oven for about 12 minutes.

Remove from oven and add your toppings: I used onions, mushrooms, 4 Tbsp of homemade pizza sauce, and 2 ounces of low fat mozzarella.

Bake again for 10-12 minutes (depending on the amount and type of toppings you have). Enjoy.

I cut mine in 4 pieces and had one piece as a meal.

Nutritional Info (per MyFitness Pal)

Nutrition Facts

Servings 4.0

calories 160

Total Fat 7 g
Saturated Fat 4 g
Cholesterol 45 mg
Sodium 522 mg
Potassium 39 mg 1 %
Total Carbohydrate 5 g
Dietary Fiber 1 g
Sugars 2 g
Protein 22 g

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VSG with Dr. Wanchick - Sept 29 2017

Age 52 Height 5'2" HW 585 (2012) SW 460 (9/29/2017) CW 410 (11/14/2017) Next Goal 400 Starting BMI 95.5

Pre-Op: 62 M1: 36 M2: ?

YummyMummy1
on 9/26/17 10:25 am - Hawthorne, CA
Topic: RE: Any ideas for turkey burger patties?
This seems like a great healthy idea. I must try.

YummyMummy1

    
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on 9/17/17 3:36 pm
Topic: Check Out The 3 Week Diet

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Jeepnyak
on 9/10/17 7:35 pm
VSG on 07/03/17
Topic: RE: Any ideas for turkey burger patties?

Flatten them out with a rolling pin. Bake them off. Add pizza toppings. Boom!

HW:320 SW:290 GW:190 CW:216

5'11", age 37

M1-28, M2-12, M3-20, M4-14,

littlewingx
on 8/20/17 9:25 pm
Topic: RE: "My Bariatric Kitchen" on FB

Thanks for the recommendation. I joined too!

Newbie looking for some support! Hi

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Referred: January 2017 | First group session at The Ottawa Hospital (WMC): March 27 2017 | Intake appointment: April 27 2017 | Behaviourist & Dietician appointments: July 6 2017 | Second group session: July 25 2017 | Meet the surgeon (Dr. Neville) : July 26 2017 | Surgery date: ???

(deactivated member)
on 8/20/17 10:55 am
Topic: RE: Any ideas for turkey burger patties?

gosh this sounds divine! I have all the ingredients, so I see this happening this week!

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