Week 1 Clear Liquids Only
• In the first week after your gastric sleeve surgery, you may be allowed to take only clear liquids such as water, fresh juices, soups and broths.
• Avoid any carbonated beverages or other drinks with added sugars.
• Take small sips and very slowly, no straw please!
• No pulp only clear liquid
• Liquids should be at room temperature
• Once you’re readily able to tolerate liquids, You can advance to the next stage of eating changes (pureed foods)
Week 2 Pureed Foods (High Protein)
• During the second week, you may typically take in foods in their pureed form.
• These may include mashed fruits, low-fat cottage cheese, sugar-free yogurt, soup with blended vegetables and watery oats.
• You might be tempted to overdo it – but don’t. It’s not worth the risk and can get very uncomfortable very quickly if you eat the wrong foods, or too much of the right ones, after surgery.
Week 3 & 4 Soft Foods and Protein Shakes
• In week 3, you might be able take protein shakes about once a day.
• You might be approved to also eat hummus, steamed or boiled vegetables, soft cereals, scrambled eggs, mashed fruits, steamed fish, ground chicken with stock and soups.
• Avoid starchy foods like rice, pasta and bread.
• Vegetables that are fibrous – like broccoli, celery and asparagus – should definitely be avoided.
Week 5 After Gastric Sleeve Surgery: Some Solid Meals
• In week 5, you’re eating regime may begin to allow you to eat some ‘solid’ meals.
• You can typically begin eating fruits, sweet potatoes, baked potatoes, cereals, fish and chicken.
• Avoid eating fried foods, chocolates or sweets, whole milk and nuts – these are not easy to digest.
•During week 5, you may even have one or two healthy snacks in-between your normal meal times.
• A hard-boiled egg, hummus, bananas or (Khakra) crackers might be okay options for you.
We offer you the best customized diet program for your bariatric weight loss journey
• Detailed nutritional Assessment
• Whatsapp Assistance
• Weight tracking
• Healthy recipes
• Customized nutritional advice.
• Guidance and monitoring by our team of Surgeons, doctors, nutritionists and Clinical Dieticians
• We incorporate the best practices and standard treatment protocols.
Disclaimer : The information is of a general nature and is not intended as advice.