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.

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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.

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Dr. Sergio Verboonen and Sheri Burke – Bariatric Coordinator and Nutritionist.
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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!

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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.

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Respectfully,
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Dr. Sergio Verboonen and Sheri Burke – Bariatric Coordinator and Nutritionist.
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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!

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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.

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Respectfully,
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Dr. Sergio Verboonen and Sheri Burke – Bariatric Coordinator and Nutritionist.
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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.

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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.

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Make June 2017 YOUR Month!  

Respectfully,
International Patient Facilitators – Cancun and Tijuana, Mexico
Dr. Sergio Verboonen and Sheri Burke – Bariatric Coordinator and Nutritionist.
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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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10 Day No Sugar Challenge Bariatric Patients

Hey Bariatric Pre Ops and Post Ops!  Are you craving sugar ?  Let’s chat…

 Scientists have found that sugar is addictive and stimulates the same pleasure centers of the brain as cocaine or heroin. Just like those hard-core drugs, getting off sugar leads to withdrawal and cravings, requiring an actual detox process to wean off.

 

Do you know how much sugar you eat during the day (be honest!), and then use ingredient labels or simply Google how many grams of sugar each food has and count. 

The World Health Organization recommends about 25g (or less!) added sugar per day. 

 

This is because excess sugar intake can spike your blood sugar levels, cause you to feel more hungry, have mood swings, store excess fat, and worse… can cause diabetes and a whole host of other issues.  

Think you may be consuming too much sugar? Here are a few ways you can reduce your daily sugar consumption:

 

  • Be more aware of what’s in the food you’re eating by reading the labels.
  • Drink more water, especially when you feel like snacking (because cravings could be a sign of dehydration!)
  • Try using Stevia (which won’t raise blood sugar).
  • Have a healthy breakfast, lunch and dinner (so you’ll be less hungry afterwards and won’t go around hunting for snacks.)
  • Try preparing your meals at home instead of eating out, because that’s one of the surest ways to control what you are eating.

So let’s kick this inflammation-causing fire-starter to the curb and not invite it into your body in the first place.  

Let’s try something 10 days.  Let’s try to keep added sugars to UNDER 25 grams per day!   Sugar that is naturally occurring in the whole foods that you’re eating is ok.  

 

This means that any recipe that has “sugar” in it should get shuffled to the back of the box!  This also means you need to limit the sugar in your coffee and check EVERY label of everything you’re eating this week!

 

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Let’s Chat Protein Basics

“Eat More Protein” – are you tired of hearing about it ?

Let’s Chat Protein Basics 


The worn out bariatric expression “Eat More Protein” – are you tired of hearing about it ?  Let’s break it down so you too can become the protein pro !

Protein can be found in which foods ?


You can find protein in chicken and fish and meat.  For our fellow vegetarians, and those who are less then thrilled about eating meat, some protein options are: eggs, greek yogurt, cottage cheese, and beans.  

So how much protein do I really need ?

It’s important to aim for 60 to 80 grams of protein per day.  If you have a kidney issue it may be significantly lower so ask your nutritionist who specialises with bariatric patients to get you the correct protein prescription for your specific case.

Can I eat too much protein ?

It’s easy to get up to 80 grams of protein per day if you are drinking two protein shakes, along with various servings of protein per day.  It’s important to know that your body is not able to absorb more than 30 grams of protein in one sitting so if your shakes or bars or meal replacements are promising you more than 30 grams per serving – don’t believe that your body will absorb all that protein at one sitting.

How important is protein really ?

Let’s just say that you need your daily protein for repair work and cell building/ transportation.  If you don’t feed your body sufficient protein, it’s going to take it from your muscles where protein has been stored.  Doesn’t it just make more sense to eat your protein instead of stealing it from your own body ?  

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Why as a Bariatric Patient do I require Vitamin D3 ?

Why would a doctor recommend bariatric surgery with the expectation of taking vitamins for a long while? Isn’t VSG a reduction surgery, not malabsorption?  Why would vitamins be required ?

Almost all of the vitamins and minerals that we get come from our food.  Couple this with the knowledge of what is in the standard American diet and you can see why many experts recommend that EVERY adult take vitamins even if they have never had bariatric surgery!. 

With all bariatric procedures vitamins are necessary. It is true that the sleeve gastrectomy is not a malabsorptive procedure however due to the fact that you are eating 80 to 90% less you may become vitamin deficient.  You may not be able to get enough vitamins in with the small amount that you eat. 

Vitamin D. Vitamin D is essential to help your body absorb calcium. Vitamin D is difficult to absorb normally and is even more difficult for bariatric patients to absorb. Most bariatric surgeons recommend at least a daily dose of 1,000 IU vitamin D supplement. 

Vitamin D helps your body absorb the calcium you consume. Most of us aren’t getting enough vitamin D, which has set the stage for a vitamin D insufficiency and deficiency epidemic. Few foods contain vitamin D. Some milk is fortified with it and it is also fortified in some brands of orange juice, yogurt and breakfast cereal. Egg yolks, liver and some types of fish naturally contain vitamin D. 

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New Habits – Our New Normal – Bariatric

Bariatric surgery is great.  It gives patients back their life.  They get their health back.  They are able to stop all sorts of medications.  They can get on airplanes with no seat extender.  They go to the amusement parks with their kids.  It is life-changing.  There are some things that bariatric surgery cannot change.  Habits such as compulsive eating cannot be resolved through surgery.  

One of the many reasons patients decide to proceed with surgery is to assist them with their compulsive overeating.  When a patient arrives to the operating table, he or she has been overeating for many years.  The result is a stretched out stomach which requires a lot of food to feel satisfied.  On top of this, patients many have used overeating and food to deal with stressful situations.  Post surgery, this coping mechanism is no longer available.  What’s a post op patients to do ?

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Now is the time to switch our focus on improving those bad habits that helped get us into trouble in the first place.

Let’s pick just one goal to deal with at a time.  Sure, there are plenty of ways to help with compulsive eating but let’s not get overwhelmed and try to do everything at the same time.  Remember that change is a process and it will happen but you can only take one step at a time.  

Drink a lot of water.  I know you are tired of hearing this.  Drinking water does not cure everything but many times when we think we are hungry we are really dehydrated.  If you feel like you are hungry all the time and want to bite off your arm, have a glass of water first.  Reach for a glass of water before you reach for a snack.

Don’t multitask when eating.  Don’t eat when you are standing up.  Don’t eat in front of the television.  Don’t eat while on the telephone.  The idea here is that digestion starts from the sight and smell of food so your focus needs to be on what you are eating and not what you are doing besides eating.  By not paying attention to your food you are more likely to overeat so even if it’s only a snack, sit down and eat with zero distractions.

We always have to remember that the bariatric surgery that you had is only a tool and it’s the beginning of your journey.  If we want to be successful post surgery, there are habits that must change also.  Let’s try to think of life post surgery and new found habits and lifestyle changes as “the new normal”.  What we are aiming for is to not return to old bad habits and to make permanent long lasting changes for many years of super health.

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Use a smaller plate ,, and other not so crazy food tricks

Reason your way through your impulse eating and cravings rather than just jumping off the ledge. 

Give these suggestions some consideration. They’ll help you reduce your calorie intake, have greater control and make better choices based on the science of tricking the brain.

Use Small Plates! 

If you put two identical portions of food on a small plate and big plate, the portion on the bigger plate will look smaller, and vice versa. Our brains are truly fooled by this, even when we know they are the same. Stare at the two plates in the photo above. The giant plate is almost empty, a bit of rabbit food… not a fun evening at all! BUT, the Small Portion Plate is filled with lovely goodies… sliced egg and cheese, a great meal.

No Plastic Please

Latest research shows that the weight of the silverware and plate have a significant effect on our appreciation for meals we eat; with heavier plates, knives and forks offering even greater levels of satiety. Who would think that?

Bottom Line

Serve your meals on a small, heavy dish and eat with a heavy fork, spoon and knife. We need gather as much strength on our side to beat this one. Why not try it!

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Make it difficult to eat

While it may look a little silly, when we eat with our opposite hand we eat less. But if you are like me, you’d end up with your steak in your lap. So instead, try using a Japanese soup spoon, chopsticks or a shrimp cocktail fork – anything that slows you down. Slow mindful eating is the goal.

No more TV dinners

We eat almost twice as much when we’re watching television or texting. Try rolling things back to a simpler time – turn off the TV, put the phone in the other room, actually sit at your dining table and enjoy your meal. Take a break for supper time.

Eat with your Nose

Take a deep breath over your food and notice the aroma. Hold your warm bowl in your hands, chew slowly, pay attention to the flavor and texture and you’ll take in fewer calories. Our brains use the amount of sensation we receive from food as a cue to tell us when to stop eating.

The easiest way to lose weight and stay there is to eat foods that promote satiety and keep you full. Master these proven tricks to turn Fatbrain around and get her working with you – on your side – beside you.

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Respectfully,
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Dr. Sergio Verboonen and Sheri Burke – Bariatric Coordinator and Nutritionist.
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