I try to stay away from bread as much as possible. However, normally i will have 1 slice of whole wheat or rye toast in the morning with peanut butter (the natural one) or egg salad, or light cheese.
when I ge to work I will have a light latte from starbucks.
Then when I get hungry again, I will have a low fat yogurt or greek yorgurt with a few almonds and bran flakes mixed in
For lunch to work this is what I do: I make a big pot of soup on the weekends, I put in a large pot, carrots, potatoe, turnip, any hard vegatable you like, and let them boil until soft...add some salt (very little or stock cube) to the water and a garlic clove (garlic is good for you)...when it's soft I blend it all, add 2 cans of washed beans, lentils, chick peas, fava beans, anything like that...I then add some spinach (last pot added 2 bags of the already cleaned stuff), a little olive oil and really good soup...I put them in small tupperwear containers (about 2/3 cup size for me) and freeze them. In the morning I pull one out and pop it in with a yogurt to work. When I get to work I leave it defrosting on my desk and zap it in the microwave for lunch.
for my afternoon snack I usually have fruit, or more yogurt or sometimes a low calorie bran bar.
dinner, usually veggies and meat of some kind or salad.
Evening snack, a decaf latte with skim milk....
This usually works for me...but everyone is different...and my surgery is also different than yours. However if I stick to this I am usually good!
Life is full of challenges...we take things one step at a time...