Have not experienced this but have craved a Questbar for dessert many times. LOL!
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Nice! Looking forward to trying one of those. Do you think it is too early at 6 weeks post op?
At 6 weeks post op you probably won't be able to finish a whole one, but there's no real reason you can't have one. But beware---they are really only good when fresh. I find that the ones you can buy in stores like Vitamin Shoppe and whatnot can be hard or stale. I order from Quest directly and they come nice and squishy.
Also, some people have trouble with dumping and/or reactive hypoglycemia with Quest bars even though they technically are low in sugar. Proceed with caution!
Annndddd now I want a Quest bar!
Hi Kimberly, I have not tried that Brand Name but honestly I use the Bariatric Advantage Caramel Calcium chews as my "dessert." My hubby thinks I am nuts! But I chew it slowly and savour it and think of it as a nice chewy "Werthers" candy. Oh I just love them! So I totally get what you are saying!!!
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That has Calcium Carbonate and we need to be using Calcium Citrate. It is much better for absorbing into our system.