Frequently Asked Questions
Find the answers to frequently asked questions about billing, nutrition and more!
With advances in anesthesia and laparoscopic surgery, clients are typically discharged from our surgery center a few hours after their procedure!
If you find yourself confused about what you can or cannot have, or you are easily tempted with certain foods, we recommend sticking to the shakes for at least the first 6 months to maximize the potential of your new tool in the time period that’s most valuable.
Compliance is the science; give your body water, protein, vitamins/minerals, stay calorically controlled and your body will move!
On day X one person can tolerate 2 bites whereas another 10 bites. Based on what you can tolerate; you may be able to accomplish this with 3 meals. If the volume you can tolerate is less, then you will have to eat 5-6 smaller meals.
issues with wound healing.
IT WORKED. YOU DO NEED NUTRIENTS TO SURVIVE THOUGH! The expectation now is to schedule your meals. Set alarms, and create a routine because you are now eating to live... not living to eat. Remember; minimum 600 calories, at least 60g protein, and less than 50g total carbohydrates per day!
If you cannot manage this and experiencing extreme hunger, we recommend connecting BariBoss, our bariatric coaching partner to help you understand the mental aspect of things!
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2. Exercise and staying active.
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