What About Almond Milk ?

It’s getting so confusing nowadays!  Eat this, but not that and don’t forget to add a little of this. It is more difficult to figure out what you should eat, and it seems as though new foods keep popping up with so many additional health benefits. Sometimes these newbie foods leave many people running to the nearest grocery store for the latest and greatest, but are they going to do what they promise to do ?

What About Almond Milk ?

Almond milk is exactly what it sounds like – a plant milk with a nutty taste. Almond milk is made with almonds and water. A plus to almond milk is that it does not contain lactose, and that makes it a great vegan option. It gained increased popularity during the last several years.

The upside? Almond milk contains 40 calories per cup (versus the 90 calories found in skim milk), so it can be a calorie-saver. It is also lower in carbohydrates, which can be a plus for diabetics, and is fortified with calcium, so it is very similar to the calcium content of milk. Almond milk is low in fat and naturally cholesterol free, which is a bonus. The downside? Protein. Almond milk is lower in protein than cow’s milk. For those who are counting protein grams, this product is lacking.

The verdict? Sure! This can be a great option for many people. Just beware of the lower protein count. If you feel you are looking for a higher protein choice, opt for cow’s milk.

Time for a “Bariatric Expert” multivitamin ?  Here is a perfect way for bariatric patients to get it now on Amazon:  Bariatric Expert MultiVitamins 

Eat Like a Bariatric Expert with our Nutrition Plans.

 

Conclusion:

There are so many products available these days. It takes a savvy shopper, label reader, and nutrition guru to determine what works. We can’t possibly cover all of them in one article, but here are a few tips to think about:

    •  Look at the label: The less ingredients on the list, the better. Look for ingredients you are aware of or at least can pronounce.
    • Don’t believe everything you see online: There is a lot of good information on the Internet, and there is a lot of not-so-good information. Go to a trusted site for your information. When in doubt, ask. Find a nutritionist or health professional to answer your question.
    • Back to basics: You really can’t go wrong with fruits, vegetables, dairy and protein. Sometimes that’s all you need. There really is no such thing as a magic food.

At the end of the day, do the best you can. No one is perfect. Small steps and changes can make a huge impact in your overall health!

 Allow the bariatric experts to help you if you need support. Please reach out every opportunity you get with every question that you have – it’s not just our work to assist you.  We actually celebrate in seeing you succeed.

About the Author: Sheri Burke is a Nutritionist and Bariatric Coordinator at International Patient Facilitators in Tijuana and Cancun, Mexico. She has worked with bariatric surgery patients for 10 years and especially enjoys providing nutritional guidance to pre. and post bariatric patients. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two children.

 

Feel free to share your victories and struggles in our Facebook group. I would love to connect with you.

Pricelist for Bariatric Procedures in Tijuana and Cancun

Make June 2017 YOUR Month!  

Respectfully,
International Patient Facilitators – Cancun and Tijuana, Mexico
Dr. Sergio Verboonen and Sheri Burke – Bariatric Coordinator and Nutritionist.
info@ipf-mail.com

1 800 210 5124

Reach out to us if you have questions !

A Patient’s Experience With Bariatric Surgery

It’s been a tough time trying to lose weight. I have had weight issues since I reached puberty. Since then, I have tried everything. Diet, physical activity, routine exercise, and calorie restriction, but I was never able to reach my weight goals.

Then, I came across gastric surgery options. Although I was skeptic at first, I decided to conduct more research. First when I went to my GP to see if I was eligible for a gastric bypass, the cost of the procedure deterred me.

My insurance didn’t cover it and it cost more than what I was paying for my car! Three years down the road, I travelled to Mexico and went through the surgery with the help of International Patient Facilitators.

Preparing before the surgery

It’s important that you have all the information before you go to the operating room. Dr. Sergio Verboonen and his team helped me understand the procedure in detail, explained what I should expect after the surgery, and how I must commit to a weight loss plan to achieve my goals.

There are two important things that everyone undergoing weight loss surgery must know:

First, the surgery itself isn’t a quick fix. It helps you eat less and lose more weight but only if you’re proactive in your diet plan and exercise routine.

Second, you can still gain weight post-surgery. It’s a tool not a cure, as many surgeons will tell you. While you will lose weight over the next 2 to 18 months, you might also gain some of the weight you lost down the road.

A little bit of weight regain is common. The only thing you need to keep in mind is that you’re on your journey to a healthy lifestyle. Continued discipline and commitment to yourself can help you win the game!

Undergoing the surgery

Like everyone else, I was skeptical about going to Mexico for the surgery. But the medical team and hospital facility helped me adjust to the uncertainty. Their extensive surgical experience and well-equipped facilities are most important reasons I chose IPF.

My procedure went successful. I came back home after I got a green signal by my doctor. They had informed me about what to expect in the starting few days and prepared a complete nutritional guideline for me to follow.

Surgeries are not free of risks. Infections and other problems may occur in some cases. But the medical staff had guided me well to look for signs of trouble and informed that I should feel free to contact them anytime.

Even now, they continue to check on me from time to time. I’m glad I chose IPF for the procedure. The surgery has lead to better quality of life and my body feels more energetic than ever before.

Anyone looking for bariatric surgery in Mexico will find IPF team very helpful, assisting throughout the procedure.

 

Feel free to share your victories and struggles in our Facebook group. I would love to connect with you.

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Respectfully,
International Patient Facilitators – Cancun and Tijuana, Mexico
Dr. Sergio Verboonen and Sheri Burke – Bariatric Coordinator and Nutritionist.
info@ipf-mail.com

1 800 210 5124

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Understanding Red Flags Of Bariatric Surgery

At International Patient Facilitators, we help those seeking affordable medical care find experienced staff and well-equipped facilities. People from the U.S., Canada and other countries have frequently visited us for these procedures, throughout our 17 years of experience.

Sometimes, we come across some horror stories too. Patients were lied to about the medical procedures, qualifications of the surgeons and other similar dishonest, and in some cases, harmful acts.

Whether you seek to undergo bariatric surgery in Mexico or anywhere else in the world, here are a few red flags you should never ignore!

  • Exaggerated successful outcome claims¾all surgeries carry a risk and every case is different. Having a 100% success rate or a figure close to that is highly improbable.
  • Claims of years of surgical experience that can’t be documented. If there are no records of hospitals or medical facilities they’ve worked with, don’t assume they’re speaking the truth. You can’t risk a medical procedure by believing in hearsay.
  • Emphasis on cosmetic aspects of weight loss¾obesity and excessive weight gain is a medical problem that can lead to serious health disorders. Weight loss surgery is often treated as the last option.

It’s an invasive procedure and requires extensive commitment on part of the patient. If a facility emphasizes more on its cosmetic aspects, they likely don’t understand the disorder and the seriousness of the procedure.

  • Beware of the billboards¾while advertisement work for medical professions, if someone has to rely completely on billboards to attract patients, they’re likely not experienced enough to perform your surgery. Take reviews from former patients; it’s better than relying on advertisement.
  • A frequent change in hospital/facility of practice is another red flag. Surgeons are often affiliated with one or more hospitals and medical facilities. While changing their venue of practice is common among junior and senior surgeons, complete transfers are rarely seen. Most often, you’ll find surgeons offering services in a list of medical institutions.

It’s better that you do your research. You can find several reliable medical facilities and hospitals in Mexico that offer quality care to patients. In fact, you can find a list of hospitals and treatment centers at our site.

If you’re considering weight loss surgery, we can help you choose the right medical procedure. Here’s a list of surgeries you may be eligible for:

 

Make an appointment today with IPF for quotes and further information. We have a streamlined process, helping you opt for a suitable bariatric surgery procedure.

 

Feel free to share your victories and struggles in our Facebook group. I would love to connect with you.

Pricelist for Bariatric Procedures in Tijuana and Cancun

Make July 2017 YOUR Month!  

Respectfully,
International Patient Facilitators – Cancun and Tijuana, Mexico
Dr. Sergio Verboonen and Sheri Burke – Bariatric Coordinator and Nutritionist.
info@ipf-mail.com

1 800 210 5124

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How To Shop For Weight Loss Surgery In Mexico

Weight loss is a multi-step process that can take several years. Some patients take on heavy exercises while others stick to a stringent diet. However, these two alone may not offer a viable solution for some patients.

Weight loss surgeries are possible. They act as a primer to help patients start losing weight by controlling what and how much they eat. Of course, all surgeries carry a risk, but the benefit to risk ratio is extremely good for bariatric surgeries.

Apart from skepticism about the medical procedure, the cost is a major deterrent for most patients. Thankfully, there are reasonable options for those who can’t afford the surgery in their home country.

Bariatric Surgery in Mexico

Weight loss surgery has been a life changing decisions for many patients. Of course, you need to find the right hospital, surgeon, and medical staff before you can proceed. This needs some work and you need to spend more than a few days to work out the details.

But we’ve done some of the homework for you and taken on board experienced staff and well-maintained hospitals so you can opt for a reliable facility within a short time.

1. Choose a medical facility

Cancun and Tijuana are two sites where you can find numerous bariatric surgery options. Here are a few renowned facilities that we’ve partnered with over the course of years:

Hospitals in Cancun

  • Amerimed Cancun¾fully equipped private hospital with state-of-the-art facilities and quality medical services offered following US and Canadian standards.
  • Galenia Cancun¾multi-specialty hospital committed to high standards of care, private rooms and experienced medical staff.
  • Hospiten Cancun¾international private hospitals network offering innovative medical care and integral healthcare services.
  • Victoria Medical Cancun¾famous for their outstanding bariatric team and surgical facility, offering a number of gastric surgery procedures.

Hospitals in Tijuana

  • Obesity Goodbye Center¾fully equipped medical facility, offering an innovative Medical Tourism Program with an outstanding bariatric team.
  • INT Hospital¾multi-specialty hospital offering highest standards of care.

2. Opt for an experienced team

Dr. Verboonen and facilitator Sheri Burke are a great team together, offering guidance and treatment for obesity.

Dr. Verboonen works with a number of medical facilities in Mexico and has over 17 years of experience in bariatric surgeries.

He has performed almost 10,000 gastric sleeves, lap band, plications, mini and full gastric bypass, duodenal switch operations, and revision/conversion surgeries. With extensive trainings from around the world, he is one of the best surgeons you’ll find in Mexico.

3. Decide the weight loss surgery plan

Depending on your current health conditions, associated disorders (if you’re suffering from any), and weight loss goals, we can help you find the right surgical procedure.

At IPF, you’ll find complete information regarding risks and benefits of the surgery, overall costs and weight loss expectations so you’re fully prepared before the procedure. In fact, we also offer you support for follow-up care and ensure you receive quality care.

Once you’ve finalized all these details, you’re ready to fly!

What About Greek Yogurt ?

It’s getting so confusing nowadays!  Eat this, but not that and don’t forget to add a little of this. It is more difficult to figure out what you should eat, and it seems as though new foods keep popping up with so many additional health benefits. Sometimes these newbie foods leave many people running to the nearest grocery store for the latest and greatest, but are they going to do what they promise to do ?

What About Greek Yogurt ?

High protein items seem to be the rage these days, which has turned people to Greek yogurt. When you compare plain Greek yogurt to regular yogurt, you find a higher protein content, typically less sugar, a thicker consistency and the same live bacterial cultures.

Some people find that Greek yogurt needs some flavoring. Add some fresh fruit for sweetness, or mix in whole grain oats. There are great low-fat and low-sugar flavored varieties in stores everywhere. These products add some sweetness without the extra calories. This is a nutrition win for sure.

Be careful, though – not all Greek yogurt products are the same. Since this is a new buzz word, you see it all over the grocery store. Greek yogurt covered pretzels, Greek yogurt cakes and Greek yogurt cereal bars are some examples. Many of these products have lots of added sugar. Just because it says Greek, it doesn’t automatically make it a good product. Take a good look at the label before you add these to your shopping cart!

Time for a “Bariatric Expert” multivitamin ?  Here is a perfect way for bariatric patients to get it now on Amazon:  Bariatric Expert MultiVitamins 

Eat Like a Bariatric Expert with our Nutrition Plans.

Conclusion:

There are so many products available these days. It takes a savvy shopper, label reader, and nutrition guru to determine what works. We can’t possibly cover all of them in one article, but here are a few tips to think about:

    •  Look at the label: The less ingredients on the list, the better. Look for ingredients you are aware of or at least can pronounce.
    • Don’t believe everything you see online: There is a lot of good information on the Internet, and there is a lot of not-so-good information. Go to a trusted site for your information. When in doubt, ask. Find a nutritionist or health professional to answer your question.
    • Back to basics: You really can’t go wrong with fruits, vegetables, dairy and protein. Sometimes that’s all you need. There really is no such thing as a magic food.

At the end of the day, do the best you can. No one is perfect. Small steps and changes can make a huge impact in your overall health!

 Allow the bariatric experts to help you if you need support. Please reach out every opportunity you get with every question that you have – it’s not just our work to assist you.  We actually celebrate in seeing you succeed.

About the Author: Sheri Burke is a Nutritionist and Bariatric Coordinator at International Patient Facilitators in Tijuana and Cancun, Mexico. She has worked with bariatric surgery patients for 10 years and especially enjoys providing nutritional guidance to pre. and post bariatric patients. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two children.

 

Feel free to share your victories and struggles in our Facebook group. I would love to connect with you.

Pricelist for Bariatric Procedures in Tijuana and Cancun

Make June 2017 YOUR Month!  

Respectfully,
International Patient Facilitators – Cancun and Tijuana, Mexico
Dr. Sergio Verboonen and Sheri Burke – Bariatric Coordinator and Nutritionist.
info@ipf-mail.com

1 800 210 5124

Reach out to us if you have questions !

What Are The Long-Term Effects Of Bariatric Surgery?

Bariatric surgeries encompass all surgical procedures that assist patients in losing weight. It could be through food intake limitation, and/or calorie malabsorption.

There are several medical weight loss programs that can be opted today. Surgery is often only recommended if your BMI is higher than 40, or if you have BMI of 35 with an associated disease. Sleep apnea, high blood pressure, diabetes and heart disease can all have an effect on your body’s metabolism.

There’s a misconception that surgery only works for a limited time. While it’s true that you’ll need to commit to a healthy lifestyle, weight loss surgery has long-term beneficial effects too.

Exploring long-term results

Weight gain happens over time, so do weight loss. Even after bariatric surgery, it may take some time for you to start losing weight. Committing to a healthy diet and an active lifestyle can help achieve your weight loss goals more quickly.

It has been observed that a patient will maintain an average of 50% of their weight loss five years following the surgery.

It also promotes mental health, making you feel more comfortable within yourself. The weight loss will improve your body’s mobility and lead to better quality of life.

Moreover, it may also help resolve associated conditions or help manage them better. Some 40 conditions that are related to obesity have been noted to improve.

According to the American Society for metabolic and Bariatric Surgery, it can reduce cancer related mortality by 60%, and deaths associated with type II diabetes and coronary artery disease by 92% and 56%, respectively.

Furthermore, the long term benefits of the surgery are not only related to health. In fact, you save economically as well.

Disease management costs are skyrocketing in the U.S. and other countries. On average, you can save 29% of healthcare costs for morbid obesity within five years of the surgery.

Elimination or reduction of disease related conditions also improve your work productivity. You’ll likely see an increase in income or be able to switch to better opportunities.

What you need to do?

Surgery is the first step to a solution. You need to be proactive in finding the right surgical option for your medical condition, and opt for an affordable procedure.

Bariatric surgery in Mexico is an effective way to save costs without compromising on the quality of care you receive. Contact us today so we can help you find an experienced medical team for the procedure.

What About Chia Seeds?

It’s getting so confusing nowadays!  Eat this, but not that and don’t forget to add a little of this. It is more difficult to figure out what you should eat, and it seems as though new foods keep popping up with so many additional health benefits. Sometimes these newbie foods leave many people running to the nearest grocery store for the latest and greatest, but are they going to do what they promise to do ?

What About Chia Seeds

What’s going on with these small brown, gray, black and white seeds? Chia seeds seem to be everywhere today! These tiny seeds soak up to 12 times their weight in liquid when soaked.  They then form a gel texture. Chia can be used in many ways, but are most commonly used in smoothies, yogurts and cereals.

Nutrition wise, these small seeds pack a big bang! They  are rich in B Vitamins, calcium, iron, magnesium and phosphorus. Chia seeds are a great source of fiber, protein and omega 3’s. In a one ounce serving, you will get 11 grams of fiber and four grams of protein. Some initial studies have not shown the benefits of chia seeds, the nutritional breakdown alone makes them a super champion in my book!

Time for a “Bariatric Expert” multivitamin ?  Here is a perfect way for bariatric patients to get it now on Amazon:  Bariatric Expert MultiVitamins 

Eat Like a Bariatric Expert with our Nutrition Plans.

Conclusion:

There are so many products available these days. It takes a savvy shopper, label reader, and nutrition guru to determine what works. We can’t possibly cover all of them in one article, but here are a few tips to think about:

    •  Look at the label: The less ingredients on the list, the better. Look for ingredients you are aware of or at least can pronounce.
    • Don’t believe everything you see online: There is a lot of good information on the Internet, and there is a lot of not-so-good information. Go to a trusted site for your information. When in doubt, ask. Find a nutritionist or health professional to answer your question.
    • Back to basics: You really can’t go wrong with fruits, vegetables, dairy and protein. Sometimes that’s all you need. There really is no such thing as a magic food.

At the end of the day, do the best you can. No one is perfect. Small steps and changes can make a huge impact in your overall health!

 Allow the bariatric experts to help you if you need support. Please reach out every opportunity you get with every question that you have – it’s not just our work to assist you.  We actually celebrate in seeing you succeed.

About the Author: Sheri Burke is a Nutritionist and Bariatric Coordinator at International Patient Facilitators in Tijuana and Cancun, Mexico. She has worked with bariatric surgery patients for 10 years and especially enjoys providing nutritional guidance to pre. and post bariatric patients. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two children.

 

Feel free to share your victories and struggles in our Facebook group. I would love to connect with you.

Pricelist for Bariatric Procedures in Tijuana and Cancun

Make June 2017 YOUR Month!  

Respectfully,
International Patient Facilitators – Cancun and Tijuana, Mexico
Dr. Sergio Verboonen and Sheri Burke – Bariatric Coordinator and Nutritionist.
info@ipf-mail.com

1 800 210 5124

Reach out to us if you have questions !

The Pre-Op Diet Checklist For BARIATRIC PATIENTS

Why Should You Prepare Your Pre-Op Diet?

Before the surgery, patients must undergo a pre-operative diet to reduce body fat in the liver because there is a direct correlation between obesity and the liver.

How You Should Prepare?

Eat Healthy

Eating healthy is a must! With a proper healthy meal, you may be able to provide your body with the nourishment it needs to function properly.

Include Protein

In general, it’s recommended that 10-35% of your daily calories come from protein.

As protein preserves muscles, consuming protein-rich food items will allow you to be prepared for the excessive weight loss.

Avoid Unhealthy Eating Habits

Sugared beverages, alcohol, excess coffee and smoking – All should be avoided!

Eat Slowly

The satiety signals take 15 to 20 minutes, after food is first eaten, to reach your brain.

Therefore, eating slowly & chewing thoroughly can help you avoid overeating.

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What about Kombucha?

It’s getting so confusing nowadays!  Eat this, but not that and don’t forget to add a little of this. It is more difficult to figure out what you should eat, and it seems as though new foods keep popping up with so many additional health benefits. Sometimes these newbie foods leave many people running to the nearest grocery store for the latest and greatest, but are they going to do what they promise to do ?

Let’s take a look at Kombucha.

What about Kombucha?

Kombucha is a fermented green or black tea which has been around for more than 1,000 years. It is made from sugar sweetened tea that has been fermented by symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeast. This tea is acidic and it contains sugar, B vitamins and many antioxidants.

There are so many claims about this tea, showing health benefits of treating illnesses, stimulating the immune system, reversing gray hair and much more, question is ,,, are they true? There have not been very many studies on this, and most have been on our furry four legged friends. At this current time, the claims are not founded. There needs to be more scientific tests performed to be sure about the real health benefits.

Adverse effects have also been associated with kombucha, possibly due to the fermentation of the tea and the bacterial content of tea. Be careful if you choose to drink this tea. It’s best to take extra care.

Time for a “Bariatric Expert” multivitamin ?  Here is a perfect way for bariatric patients to get it now on Amazon:  Bariatric Expert MultiVitamins 

Eat Like a Bariatric Expert with our Nutrition Plans.

Conclusion:

There are so many products available these days. It takes a savvy shopper, label reader, and nutrition guru to determine what works. We can’t possibly cover all of them in one article, but here are a few tips to think about:

    •  Look at the label: The less ingredients on the list, the better. Look for ingredients you are aware of or at least can pronounce.
    • Don’t believe everything you see online: There is a lot of good information on the Internet, and there is a lot of not-so-good information. Go to a trusted site for your information. When in doubt, ask. Find a nutritionist or health professional to answer your question.
    • Back to basics: You really can’t go wrong with fruits, vegetables, dairy and protein. Sometimes that’s all you need. There really is no such thing as a magic food.

At the end of the day, do the best you can. No one is perfect. Small steps and changes can make a huge impact in your overall health!

 Allow the bariatric experts to help you if you need support. Please reach out every opportunity you get with every question that you have – it’s not just our work to assist you.  We actually celebrate in seeing you succeed.

About the Author: Sheri Burke is a Nutritionist and Bariatric Coordinator at International Patient Facilitators in Tijuana and Cancun, Mexico. She has worked with bariatric surgery patients for 10 years and especially enjoys providing nutritional guidance to pre. and post bariatric patients. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two children.

 

Feel free to share your victories and struggles in our Facebook group. I would love to connect with you.

Pricelist for Bariatric Procedures in Tijuana and Cancun

Make June 2017 YOUR Month!  

Respectfully,
International Patient Facilitators – Cancun and Tijuana, Mexico
Dr. Sergio Verboonen and Sheri Burke – Bariatric Coordinator and Nutritionist.
info@ipf-mail.com

1 800 210 5124

Reach out to us if you have questions !

Food Prep Pre and Post Bariatric Surgery

Meal planning, wow – we know we have to get it done but it can be such a drag.  You need to sit down and go over different recipes, then write up a meal plan and make a shopping list ,,, finally we get to the grocers and it’s already been hours of prep !  we still need to pay for the food, get it home, get it all unpacked and then the work really begins.  Who wants to cook and prep after that ?

The whole process can be less time consuming and can become a form of artwork.  What’s the good news ?  Well, it gets easier over time and can make your “food life” more enjoyable and more simple.  There are a bunch of ways to plan your meals.  Just half the fight is to determine which system works best for you.  

Below are a few ways to meal plan – take it, mold it, share it and make it your very own!

Let’s Plan Our Meals.

Make one day a week your date to plan your meals on paper and make a different day the day to do the groceries.  This can prevent feeling overwhelmed with doing the process all in one day.  For example, if Sunday is your day to do your groceries, make Thursday or Saturday your day to write the menus.

On the big meal planning day, create a “dinners only” or “lunch only” menu. Why ?  Well, trying to look at each and every meal for a whole week is overwhelming because that is 21 meals to think about.  That’s a lot of menus to create.  If you focus on only dinners, lunch can be leftovers or something fast you know you like such as a pre-cooked chicken with fresh green peas.

It’s a great suggestion to sit down to Pinterest or Google to find bariatric friendly recipes.  Focus on the highest quality proteins and non-starchy vegetables.  When you get home with all your fresh healthy food, place your meal plan with the grocery list on the fridge – so you remember your healthy plan and exactly what you are going to prep.

If you cannot see yourself sitting down and doing a meal prep plan, there is always the option of purchasing pre-written menu plans.  Make certain that they are low carb and are post op bariatric specific meals in order to reach your goals.  

 

We have created menus and recipe ideas plus much more Visit this link for more information !

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I would love to connect with you.

Much success in your journey.

Respectfully,
International Patient Facilitators – Cancun and Tijuana, Mexico
Dr. Sergio Verboonen and Sheri Burke – Bariatric Coordinator and Nutritionist.
info@ipf-mail.com

1 800 210 5124

Reach out to us if you have questions !