i want to know what your pre-op diet consisted of?
and if ur on the other side, pplllleeeeaaaaaaassssssssssssseeeeeeeeeeeee tell me this gets easier
The pre-op diet was the hardest part of the process for me, it's worth it in the end.... hang in there.
If you don't like the shakes you're using, try a different brand.
I'm not a doctor and do not play one on TV, blah blah blah. I've done a lot of research on vitamins and stuff and am happy to share my research with you. Please don't consider it medical advice and don't bother trying to sue me for giving you medical advice. I am pretty much judgment-proof. Check out my blog.
and put in the hot soup is protein, too, so go for it!
Does your doctor have you on liquids only, or what??
When I was doing my pre-op eating I focused on protein first, and eliminated all white foods such
as bread, pasta, rice and potatoes. I was surprised to find that the more protein I put in my diet
the less hungry I was, and the fewer refined carbs I wanted.
I would say that the tuna would be a good choice, too.
If you get too hungry you'll scarf down anything you can get, and that will make you feel badly
and awful and think all kinds of mean things about yourself, and that will make you eat more
and on and on and on with the evil circle.
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