This delicious dessert or snack is for persons who are at least 6 months post-op as the fresh berries may be problematic if eaten sooner.
Bariatric Pulled Barbeque Chicken This delicious alternative to classic pulled pork will be a hit any way you serve it!
Serve with Nabisco® Reduced-Calorie Triscuit® Crackers or 1/2 of a small whole-wheat hamburger bun, if tolerated.
Nutrition information is not included for these serving options.
Try putting your fork or spoon down between bites and allow 20-30 minutes to finish a meal.
Read more on how to eat, including a fun game to play and some "tools" that will help you slow down.
We have an entire community of people just like who you have either lost their Regain with the Inspire Diet or are on the path to losing right now.Commandment #1: You Shall Eat Your Protein First Protein rich foods delay stomach emptying and will help keep you feeling full long after you're done with your meal.Post bariatric eating involves protein at every meal and snack. Avoid filling up on other foods and leaving no room for your protein! Bariatric Eating Commandment #2: You Shall Choose Solid Foods Over Soft, Mushy, or Liquidy Foods "Solid" foods will fill up your pouch and stay in your pouch longer than soft, mushy, or liquidy foods do.You can drink a lot of liquids without getting full and that means you can take in a lot of calories without ever feeling full if you're not careful to choose zero calorie beverages.Post Bariatric Eating Commandment #5: You Shall Take Small Bites Take bites only as big as a pea, pencil eraser, or a dime when eating after bariatric surgery.