After gastric sleeve surgery, feeding with vegetable content is an ideal method for the patient. But vegetables are not eaten every day because vegetables are useful. The nutritionist determines the quantities and prepares a list of the most suitable diets for you.
Vegetables after gastric sleeve allows you to reach your ideal weight. In addition to milk, buttermilk and broth consumption, pureed vitamin-rich foods should be consumed for the first 3 months after operation. Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, carrots, spinach, artichokes and celery should be boiled in water and then consumed in a blender and mashed.
About three months after the surgery, the restraints were lifted. You can eat raw fruit with red meat, raw vegetables. You can eat all the solid food provided you chew well.
1 week after surgery, you can start eating vegetables. Boiled vegetables and fruit puree are added to the nutrition program.
For this, vegetables other than potatoes can be boiled in hot water, then pulled in Blendr or Rondo and eaten with a teaspoon, you can again slice the fruits thinly and lose them by chewing well in the mouth. Do not forget to drink water. Be careful to take liquids slowly and do not use straws in case of swallowing air.
Dried nuts / oilseeds, which we can include in your nutrition routine after reaching your Ideal weight, contain high energy/calories in a low volume, so you should ensure very good portion control, absolutely not to overdo it. You should not exceed a glass of water once a week.
These are useful oils, fibers, vitamins in foods such as raw nuts, walnuts, peanuts or almonds, which are oil seeds. But to get the most out of these vitamins, you should choose raw, because vitamin losses occur during the roasting process.
Fish contain omega-3, that is, useful oils, and their GI is low. As the immune system strengthens, it protects you from heart disease and improves your psychology. It is necessary to eat fish 2-3 times a week and choose the oily one of the fish. Norwegian salmon, sardines, anchovies, tuna are oily fish and contain more omega -3.
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Vegetables to eat after gastric sleeve
Eat rich vegetables and fruits. Our goal is to eat at least 1 serving of fruit (such as 1 medium apple) and 2-3 servings of vegetables per day. A portion of fruit is an Apple. One serving of vegetables means a plate of salad or one tomato or cucumber or 4-5 peppers or 3-4 tablespoons of vegetable dish.
In terms of your stomach capacity, the maximum amount you should take is 3-4 tablespoons of vegetable food; do not exceed this amount.
Bakery products/foods prepared with flour, which are a group of carbohydrates that we do not recommend to consume until you reach your Ideal body weight, will be added to your nutrition routine in a controlled way by us when you reach your ideal weight.
Of these foods, multi-grain breads, whole-grain breads, whole-wheat and rye bread, whole-wheat products have a low glycemic index.
You should make choices such as bulgur instead of rice, whole wheat instead of white flour or chickpea flour. Legumes such as chickpeas, dried beans, lentils, kidney beans, which are high in fiber. The amount of vegetables is as important as the vegetables after gastric sleeve.
Post-operative Nutrition Obesity varies slightly depending on the type of surgery, but there are similar sides. The volume of the stomach left behind by obesity surgery varies between 30-150 ml Dec. For this reason, it should be noted that the capacity of the new stomach is so large.
During this operation, since the stomach is cut with a type of stapler that we call a longitudinal stapler, it will take time for this stomach to heal, this time period has been determined to be approximately 4 weeks. During these 4 weeks, juicy-soft foods should be taken in the first time, and then pureed foods.
The goal here is not to damage the stomach that is healing, as well as lose weight. Exercise along with the right food selection and proper nutrition is vital to lose a healthy weight after surgery. Changing eating habits and lifestyle after surgery is essential for permanent weight loss.
In the post-operative period, patients need to follow a transition diet program to switch to their normal diet. Below, this transition diet will be described by dividing it into 4 main stages. During this transition between stages, the center performing the operation must decipher.
Patients should move to the other stage to the extent that they are able to feed in the previous stage. If they have a hard time getting to the next stage, they have to go back to the previous stage. Sometimes you can’t tolerate certain foods in the first place. This situation is normal. Don’t stop trying again later.
When can you eat raw vegetables after gastric sleeve?
About three months after the operation, the limitations were lifted. You can eat red meat, raw vegetables, and raw fruits. You can eat all solid food, provided you chew it well. You can drink a glass of water during the meal.
In the first 3 months after the operation, in addition to the consumption of milk, ayran, and broth, pureed foods rich in vitamins should be consumed.
Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, carrots, spinach, artichokes, and celery should be boiled in water, then passed through a blender and consumed as puree. Those who consume these foods will get plenty of vitamins such as protein, iron, potassium, and vitamin A.