Tasty’s Cheesy Cloud Chips and were intrigued. With egg whites and cheese as their primary ingredients, they are definitely packed with protein, which is especially important for gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, and lap band patients. Dr. Shillingford encourages his bariatric patients to consume between 60-80 grams of protein each day.
Eggs are a great source of protein for gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, and lap band patients. They provide high-quality protein and a nearly negligible amount of carbohydrates. This is ideal for those trying to meet their protein goals while not exceeding their daily carbohydrate limit to promote weight loss following bariatric surgery.
Running is probably not the activity most bariatric patients think will be their exercise of choice after their gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, or lap band surgery. Walking, biking, pilates, or Zumba might come to mind before running. Even kickboxing. But running shouldn’t be put to the bottom of your list. It may not be easy, especially at first, but running has a ton of great benefits. If you don’t really believe us, we’ve listed only 5 out of the many benefits of running: