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Recovery After Bariatric Surgery

Recovery from Bariatric Surgery is an extremely sensitive process that can be accompanied by a multitude of side effects if doctor’s orders are not precisely followed.

Feel your best and prevent complications by conforming to a proper diet and an appropriate healing process. After your surgery, refrain from eating too large volumes that can expand your fragile stomach. You will have a period to progress from clear liquids to thicker purees. Consume smaller, softer, protein-rich meals throughout the day.

Another key component

Exercise is another key component in the recovery process after bariatric surgery, as frequent physical activity helps increase sluggish metabolisms and keep that momentum going. Metabolism is the rate at which your body burns its energy or stored fat.

Begin with a very mild regimen in the first few weeks, incorporating walking and light stretching exercises into a simply daily routine you can keep. 

Eating smaller meals and incorporating the correct nutrients into your diet is beneficial for your short- and long-term health. Consume protein with every meal, and exercise regularly to strengthen your core for a smooth recovery.

Bariatric surgery gives you a head start while you change your life.

Bariatric Options:                                                       Medical Form

Gastric Balloon                                                        
Lap Band
Mini Gastric Bypass
Full Gastric Bypass
Gastric Sleeve
Gastric Plication Surgery
Conversion or Revision Surgery
Duodenal Switch Surgery

dr. sergio verboonen
              Dr. Sergio Verboonen

Much success in your journey.

International Patient Facilitators – Cancun and Tijuana, Mexico
On behalf of Dr. Sergio Verboonen

1 800 210 5124 

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