Friday eating plan
on 11/26/19 10:25 am
Eating plan: friday
(B) hot cocoa with protein shake unsweetened
(L) protein shake
(D) steamed cauliflower with 1/2 tsp Parmesan cheese
i welcome any tweets
on 11/26/19 1:58 pm
Going back to protein shakes won't help you to learn the habits you need to be successful going forward.
Sparklekitty / Julie / Nerdy Little Secret (#42)
Roller derby - cycling - triathlon
VSG 2013, RNY conversion 2019 due to GERD. Trendweight here!
on 11/26/19 8:52 pm
I'm following the drs plan she gave to me! I have ulcers and esophagus infection mind you another surgery from a malformation I've had three surgeries I called the nurse about the gain and she emailed the diet I posted! I'm sure it'll change but I'm not using it to replace protein
Sorry your having a hard time. I hope you feel better soon. I was always told if I could not handle the food in the beginning always go back to the prior food stage, Looks like the nurse is on they same page as my doctor. Good luck.
HW 299 SW 290 CW 139 GW 140 2/08/2019 OPERATION: Surgical Hernia with excision of total surface area of 55 x 29 cm of abdominal skin.
on 11/27/19 11:42 am
on 11/26/19 6:35 pm
Dense protein is your best friend.
on 11/26/19 8:49 pm
What's dense protein?
dense protein is any protein that is not soft or liquid. Some examples are chicken breasts or fish, stuff like that. Yogurt, protein drinks, soft cheese are examples of not dense proteins.
HW: 306 SW: 282 CW:144.8 GW: 145 (reached 2/6/19), next goal - 132.9
Can I ask, why is this a Friday plan, on a Tuesday?
6'3" tall, male. Maintaining a loss of 280 pounds.
Highest weight was 475. Consult weight 04/12 was 411. RNY on 08/21/12 at 359 lbs. Current weight 195.
M1 -24; M2 -21; M3 -19; M4 -21; M5 -13; M6 -21; M7 -10; M8 -16; M9 -10; M10 -8; M11 -6; M12 -5.
I think it might help to post what you are looking for when you post your menu. Are you looking for feedback? Accountability? With your special cir****tances a normal RNY member may not understand what you are seeking as far as tweets. I hope this makes sense. Someone who has not had complications following a normal course of post op is going to see your post through an entirely different lens.