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100 easy, tasty ways to embrace a 100% healthy lifestyle after bariatric surgery
Deciding to use bariatric surgery as a weight-management tool is only the first step on the path to living a happier, healthier life. The Easy 5-Ingredient Bariatric Cookbook is your all-in-one guide to successful post-surgery rehabilitation through a complete diet of 100 nutritious recipes that require only 5 ingredients. The step-by-step guidelines for post-surgical eating habits will help you progress through the four stages of the recovery process with confidence.
From the Spinach and Feta Egg Bake to Buffalo Chicken Meatballs, this essential bariatric cookbook teaches you how to embrace the many changes associated with your approach to food―from the importance of implementing a modified diet to the practice of separating beverages and solid food during meals. With this comprehensive bariatric cookbook to post-op success, you’ll be able to get to know your new “body normal” and enjoy a healthy life without unwanted pounds.
The Easy 5-Ingredient Bariatric Cookbook includes:
- Lots of delicious choices―Not only does this bariatric cookbook cover a variety of entrées, but there are also many options for smoothies, sides, and sauces.
- Targeted method―The recipes focus on the Phase 4 recovery period of the different types of bariatric surgery―gastric sleeve, gastric bypass, and gastric band.
- Hearty and healthy―All of the choices in this great bariatric cookbook follow a plan for a high-protein and low-sugar diet.
The Easy 5-Ingredient Bariatric Cookbook is your quick road to recovery and good health after surgery.
From the Publisher
Sample four of the many recipes found inside:
Sautéed Lemon Asparagus with Almonds
Asparagus is a fresh spring vegetable with few calories and a gorgeous green hue. Here it is sautéed with complementary bright and nutty flavors of lemon and almonds to bring out its tender crunch.
Warm Zucchini and Farro Salad with Toasted Walnuts
Revel in this dish’s texture combinations: roasted zucchini, ever-so-chewy farro, and decidedly crunchy walnuts. If you’re eating in Phase 3, omit the walnuts.
Double Berry Burst Shake
This shake probably includes items that you already have in your pantry. What could be easier than “shopping” in your own cabinets? These ingredients are post-op staples that will make delicious shakes over and over again.
Not-So-Spicy Pork Larb
Larb isusually very spicy, very tangy, very fresh, and made with a very long list of ingredients. This stripped-down version captures the interplay between the ingredients but is perfectly suited for a post-surgery diet.