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Weight-loss surgery patients have special dietary considerations. If you have a LAP-BAND, you'll need to get used to separating your food and drink and avoiding "slider" foods that can easily pass through your band. Gastric bypass patients will need to learn which foods cause negative reactions such as dumping syndrome. Learn how to successfully plan meals to get the best results from your weight-loss surgery.

6 diet habits you should stop practicing immediately

Weight loss is best achieved by eating a healthy diet, exercising regularly, and even undergoing weight-loss surgery if conventional methods of diet and exercise fail to work. In a media-driven society, sometimes we can be flooded with information about weight-loss fads and types of weight-loss products that seem to be the answer when it comes to losing weight fast.

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Digestion, WLS, and you

Food and digestion are key concerns for WLS patients. They can pave the road to a healthier lifestyle, or prevent one altogether. To better grasp this close relationship, it's important to understand how WLS affects digestion, as well as what foods are digestibly best.

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How to know when to stop eating as a LAP-BAND patient

Hailed as one of the most successful types of weight-loss surgeries in the bariatric industry, the LAP-BAND® is designed to make patients feel full sooner and with smaller portions of food. However, for patients who have become used to eating large portions, it can be difficult to determine when it’s time to stop eating.

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How to prevent overeating

How to prevent overeating

Overeating is a problem that many weight loss surgery patients face before and after bariatric surgery. Often, overeating is what has caused them to become obese and they find it hard to deal with the urge to overeat even after they have had weight loss surgery like gastric bypass or LAP-BAND. Learning about overeating, including why a patient may eat more than they should and tactics to avoid feeling the aftereffects, is the best way to prevent it from happening on a regular basis.

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Keeping a food journal

A food journal can be an extremely useful tool along the road to weight loss and improved health. Anyone who is considering or who has undergone weight loss surgery should start using a food journal to facilitate the process of forming a new and healthier relationship with food. Keeping track of what you eat and why, and how it makes you feel, can help you identify your problem areas and discover ways to target them.

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