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Meal plans and recipes to set you up for post-surgery success
After gastric sleeve surgery for weight loss, your continued wellness depends on a strong commitment to nutrition. The Gastric Sleeve Bariatric Cookbook guides you in maintaining a healthy lifestyle with eight weeks of post-op meal plans and flavorful recipes to help you feel and look your best.
This supportive bariatric cookbook helps you get healthier―not just slimmer―with an approach that satisfies both the nutritional and emotional components of your dietary needs. Recipes like Southwestern Scrambled Egg Burritos, Cheesy Broccoli Soup, and Buffalo Chicken Wrap include step-by-step instructions, limited prep time, and affordable ingredients you can find at any grocery store.
Meal plans for every stage―Enjoy 8 preplanned menus for every phase of healing after weight loss surgery, including liquid, pureed, soft, and general diet plans.
Post-op serving sizes―Find the perfect serving sizes for your stage of recovery with the help of at-a-glance labels on each recipe.
Cooking tips and tricks―Explore helpful pointers for getting the most out of the recipes, from ingredient swaps to post-op prep tips for making the food easier to digest.
Eating well after weight loss surgery is easy with The Gastric Sleeve Bariatric Cookbook.
About the Author
SARAH KENT, MS, RDN, CSOWM, CD, is the author of the bestselling Fresh Start Bariatric Cookbook. For more than seven years, she served as lead dietitian for the bariatric surgery program at Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin, a nationally certified Center of Excellence for bariatric surgery. There she offered a range of nutritional services to both pre- and post-operative bariatric patients and helped facilitate support groups. A registered dietitian nutritionist with a master’s degree in human nutrition, Sarah also is a certified specialist in obesity and weight management through the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. She is passionate about helping people overcome the barriers that prevent them from achieving their nutrition and weight-loss goals.