You have a smaller stomach than the average person. There is nothing else that is special that would prevent you from practicing a ketogenic diet. That being said, a little bounceback is perfectly normal for all wls procedures. That's why people try to 'over-lose' during the honeymoon period, so the regain keeps them within a comfortable range.
I regained 14% of my ewl a few years after my DS. I could either fight it tooth and nail forever or accept it and move on. I learned that this is where my body wants to be, for it's been over a decade and I maintain this weight effortlessly.
There is room on this earth for all of God's creatures..
next to the mashed potatoes
Which supplements and vitamins do you think are good and working when dieting? I have been looking for some from https://www.edrugstore.com lately, but I would like to get some recommendations from you here, thank you in advance
Maybe you should have a look at https://www.edrugstore.com for some protein supplements. I often get some good things for me from there, and I think you might find it helpful to you too, good luck with it!
Yes, I think such things are really good and healthy. I also recommend that you have a look at https://www.edrugstore.com for some good supplements and maybe vitamins which will be good for you too, think about it
I am 12 years post op and a few years ago I developed IBS. After a battery of tests and three gastroenterologists later, they found it to be 'mechanical' due to RNY.
that said, of course I became lactose intolerant post surgery but need to figure out what I can and can't eat.
Does anyone have experience with this in terms of 'food and stomach sensitivities'. Meaning, what can you or can't you tolerate?
In addition to eliminating dairy, what about soy?
What about fruit that has skin?
I'm trying to formulate a diet for myself where I do not have chronic diarrhea - with a list of foods I cannot eat.
I have yet to find a nutritionist who specialist in post-gastric bypass patients and my new gastro (the fourth now) doesn't seem to be accurate either.
Any concrete assistance here would be greatly appreciated. I'm desperate.
Thank you a lot for the great thread here! I think that the most important part of any diet is taking all the necessary supplements and vitamins. I recommend that you have a look at the service called Canadian Pharmacy for some more info about it. Good luck, hope I was helpful here ;)
If you are on diet and suddenly you quit your diet program then you will gain weight again.No need to worry and depress about it. Yes go for exercise and some keto pure diet for better vitamins.