snack ideas please

new_me180
on 11/27/13 11:12 am - Kitchener, Canada
RNY on 10/24/13

I need help with snacks as I'm running out of ideas of what to eat especially the protein part. My problem is, I do not like yogurt, cottage cheese, ricotta and Greek yogurt. I will eat low fat cheese, laughing cow wedges and peanut butter. Can I eat those canned sardines in tomato sauce? I eat tuna and salmon as well. What about liverwurst or canned corned beef?

Thanks

    
val60
on 11/27/13 11:17 am - oshawa, Canada

get whey protien powder

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referral Oct 2013,orientation Nov 25 2013, 1st  surgeon Dr Huyan  appt dec 10 2013, had blood work today dietitian Mar 10 8am ,social worker march 10 9 am,Nurse Clinican 10 am

new_me180
on 11/27/13 12:49 pm - Kitchener, Canada
RNY on 10/24/13

Thanks but, Guelph kinda frowns on protein drinks

val60
on 11/27/13 9:28 pm - oshawa, Canada

humber gives you opitfast to drink and was the one who said about the whey protein powder and said sprinlke it on your food

 

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referral Oct 2013,orientation Nov 25 2013, 1st  surgeon Dr Huyan  appt dec 10 2013, had blood work today dietitian Mar 10 8am ,social worker march 10 9 am,Nurse Clinican 10 am

Patm
on 11/27/13 12:01 pm - Ontario, Canada
RNY on 01/20/12

sardines are fine. Try Baby bel, roasted chick peas, hummus, protein bars. I would probably find liverwurst too fatty and definitely could not tolerate canned corned beef.

  

 

 

 

new_me180
on 11/27/13 12:50 pm - Kitchener, Canada
RNY on 10/24/13

Thanks for the tips. I'll try hummus again as I didn't like it before surgery.

Dar_Mab
on 11/27/13 9:22 pm - Kitchener, ON, Canada
RNY on 03/08/13

Try Roasted red Pepper Hummus.  I didn't like it before surgery but this one I like.  I use the one made by Summerfresh.  70 calories for a tablespoon. Or if you prefer something spicier get the Spicy Chili Hummus. Be same calories. I usually take one tablespoon and spread it over Melba toast.   Or you can use it to put in celery 

    

HW: 305   SW: 272  CW: 155  Height: 5'4"

 

    

4-Jane
on 11/27/13 1:08 pm - Canada

Hard boiled egg, almonds, seeds, left over lunch and dinner meats, umm skim milk, pepperettes turkey, lunch meat rolls.....good luck on your journey

 Respectfully Jane
new_me180
on 11/27/13 1:47 pm - Kitchener, Canada
RNY on 10/24/13

Thanks, great ideas.

burg_vs
on 11/27/13 7:20 pm

I just found turkey pepperettes at the grocery store in single serve packages.  7 grams of protein each and 2.5 grams of fat.  Also, if you are close to the border, I found a low fat cheese snack which is actually hard cheese and not soft so it's good.  Sobers has a skim milk cheese with only 1 gram of fat and 6 grams of protein( I think) bought it yesterday but haven't tried it yet.

 

i would love to find a good protein bar but not sure what I should be looking for fat, carb, and protein wise

    

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