You had Bariatric Surgery and you’re trying new foods. And what better food to add to your balanced lifestyle than this inexpensive and nutritious staple food in many households worldwide?
We’re talking about eggs.
Both the egg white and egg yolk are rich in different nutrients that can be so helpful after bariatric surgery.
So let’s look at 6 different ways to eat your (breakfast) eggs!
Why eggs are a great staple food after Bariatric Surgery
Unless you’re a vegan (or allergic to eggs) – we can’t think of any other reason NOT to add eggs to your bariatric diet.
It goes without saying that you shouldn’t add new foods to your post-op diet if they’re not cleared by your surgeon yet.
But if they are, eggs are a GREAT addition to your kitchen inventory.
And here’s why:
- Eggs are rich in protein (6.3 g per egg)
- Eggs contain 1.9 mcg vit D
- Eggs are rich in folate too (18 mcg per egg)
- Eggs are versatile – you can do cook, scramble and pouch them just to name a few examples
6 Different ways to eat breakfast eggs after Bariatric Surgery
Save the this list so you’ll always have inspiration for the next time you’re making them!
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Bariatric surgery isn’t the easy way out. And creating new habits doesn’t happen overnight.
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