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  • Apple, Cheese, and Turkey Bites


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    Snacks are important for gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, and lap band patients. Despite having a reduced stomach size, bariatric patients still need to eat enough calories, protein, and healthy fats to support their immune system, to maintain strong muscles, and to supply the vitamins, minerals and other nutrients their body needs. That is hard to […]

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  • Food Highlight: Arugula


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    Many people have eaten a green salad and tasted a spicy leaf and not known what it was. If it was green and delicate and hidden among other field greens, chances are it was arugula. This cruciferous vegetable provides many of the same nutrients as it’s better known cousins: kale, broccoli, and brussels sprouts. Consuming […]

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  • Chinese Five Spice with Zoodles


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    Chinese food has a bad reputation among people trying to lose weight, especially those who have had gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, or lap band surgery. While it is true that chinese dishes often contain a lot of fresh vegetables and good sources of protein, the sauces can be high in sugar and the rice or […]

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  • What to Eat to Lose Weight


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    The news is always full of headlines urging people to eat this or that to lose weight. Often, it’s a ploy to sell a new brand or product, but this time science is backing the news. New research suggests that eating ¾ cup of pulses a day can help you lose weight, even without any […]

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