Your Diet After Gastric Bypass Surgery

Gastric bypass surgery changes the way your body handles food. This article will tell you how to adapt to a new way of eating after the surgery.

What to Expect at Home

You had gastric bypass surgery. This surgery made your stomach smaller by closing off most of your stomach with staples. It changed the way your body handles the food you eat. You will eat less food, and your body will not absorb all the calories from the food you eat.

Your health care provider will teach you about foods you can eat and foods you should avoid. It is very important to follow these diet guidelines.

Read more at: https://medlineplus.gov/ency/patientinstructions/000173.htm

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