Number of posts : 2601
Age : 58
Location : Sydney NSW
Registration date : 2009-09-17
|Subject: Re: Dietician advice post op Wed 11 Aug 2010, 10:48 am|| |
I've found mine great too Sami, and was given heaps of info. Why don't you call your surgeon and go to one that they recommend who knows the sleeve. The other thing would be to ask sleevers in your area if the can recommend theirs.
Cheers - Carrie
Number of posts : 4341
Age : 64
Location : Gundagai, NSW
Registration date : 2009-09-13
|Subject: Re: Dietician advice post op Wed 11 Aug 2010, 10:45 am|| |
Handout given by my dietician I found every useful and it is especially for sleevers.
My dieticians visits were invaluable and I am still seeing her, next visit to see if I have stopped losing weight and are maintaining
Hardly cost me anything, nearly fully rebated from my health fund.
My dietician is part of the surgeons team, works out of his office, attends his seminars, etc.
Number of posts : 1776
Age : 40
Location : NSW
Registration date : 2009-11-21
|Subject: Re: Dietician advice post op Wed 11 Aug 2010, 10:23 am|| |
my dietition gives out a booklet detailing the weeks after the op,then for longterm
its basically eating a heathy well balanced diet (lots of protien) and exercise
also only eat 3 meals a day which i dont agree with,i think that seeing as we can eat so little in a sitting it has to be smaller meals through out the day and including a tub of yogurt etc for m;tea or protien bars to help keep up the protien.
Part of the furniture
Number of posts : 232
Age : 32
Location : townsville
Registration date : 2010-02-06
|Subject: Dietician advice post op Wed 11 Aug 2010, 9:51 am|| |
I was just interested to see what advice your dietitians gave you for life post sleeve ?
I saw a dietician on numerous occasions including my band and found them to be useless so this time I refused and now I'm looking to pick peoples brains !
Any advice you can offer will be greatly appreciated. Warmest regards,
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