Bariatric surgery has led to improved health outcomes including significant weight loss and reduction in co-morbidities among patients with obesity. Clinical practice guidelines recommend that patients considering bariatric surgery undergo a comprehensive nutritional assessment. Nutrition and Bariatric Surgery is the first comprehensive book that uniquely addresses the dietary and nutritional care of the bariatric surgery patient. This book reviews the nutritional and physiological changes imposed by surgical revision of the gastrointestinal tract. Also discussed are nutritional assessment of the bariatric surgical patient as well as pre- and postoperative dietary management recommendations. Other clinical topics covered include nutritional anemia, metabolic bone disease, neurological disorders, and protein–calorie malnutrition. Nutrition and Bariatric Surgery examines eating behaviors before and after bariatric surgery as well as psychological issues, mood disorders, and nutritional concerns associated with weight regain. The book also addresses nutritional needs of special populations undergoing bariatric surgery including adolescents, pregnant or lactating women, and severely obese ICU patients. The book is an authoritative guide for health care professionals caring for the bariatric patient including physicians, dietitians, physician assistants, nurses, and nurse practitioners.
"Approximately 65% of our population is overweight and 12% are morbidly obese. This is despite more than 25 years of attempted medical management. Clearly all current efforts have failed to control this enormous problem. Could it be that we have failed to recognize the cause of the disease and therefore have misdirected our efforts?" — Alfredo Fernandez, MD, FASMBS, Surgeon, Tampa, Florida Reducing obesity through bariatric surgery provides a sustainable weight loss regimen, because it restricts the size of the stomach and limits food intake. However, the surgery limits the amount of nutrients absorbed by the stomach and small intestine. This book provides a comprehensive, practical guide on pre- and post-nutrition considerations in bariatric patients. It describes surgeries including gastric bypass, lap band, and sleeve; nutrition protocols for surgery patients; pregnancy considerations- pre- and post-surgery; food consumption post-surgery; advancing healthy food intake after surgery; minimizing negative side effects; and recommendations to maintain healthy diet. This nutritional guide provides health care practitioners descriptions and answers to the many questions bariatric surgery patients need to know and ask in support group meetings and individual counseling sessions. The first chapter focuses on Selling Obesity and Food as a Cheap and Legal Drug, outlining how food advertising, portion size increases, and food frauds have contributed to the obesity crisis. New research into gut hormones, microbiome influence on obesity, firmicutes, and histamine are included, as well as pregnancy after bariatric surgery and lifestyle changes—eating, sleep, hydration, stress management—needed for success after surgery. Many health care practitioners will use the Post Op Discharge Diet stages of progression to explain how the patient needs to prepare for their liquid diet and overcome numerous issues like dumping syndrome, hypoglycemia, and alcohol and caffeine consumption. Diet plans for Ketogenic, Mediterranean DASH, Glycemic, and Low FODMAP are included within this book.
Nutrition and Bariatric Surgery discusses nutritional deficiencies and requirements that are often present with diverse bariatric techniques as main mechanisms for weight loss. In addition, the book presents strategies for early detection and supplementation in order to avoid the appearance of deficiency diseases. Finally, the summarizes protocols for the optimal nutritional management of patients undergoing bariatric surgery. Bariatric surgeons, gastroenterologists, endocrinologists, general practitioners, nutritionists, dietitians and nurses specialized in nutritional management will find this resource especially useful. Discusses preoperative nutritional requirements and deficiencies surrounding bariatric surgery Presents preoperative diets, including LCD, VLCD and commercial supplements Contains nutritional recommendations after restrictive, mixed and malabsorptive procedures
|Author||: Sally Johnston|
|Release Date||: 2014|
|ISBN 10||: 9780992434601|
|Pages||: 264 pages|
Your Complete Guide to Nutrition for Weight Loss Surgery is exactly that. The essential guide for those considering, or who have had, gastric band, sleeve gastrectomy or gastric bypass surgeries. Packed with more than 100 tasty and nutritious recipes covering all stages of the weight loss surgery journey. Written by an experienced bariatric dietitian with input from a wide range of colleagues in the industry and many, many valuable lessons learned from her weight loss surgery patients over the years. Your Complete Guide to Nutrition for Weight Loss Surgery explores gastric band, gastric bypass and sleeve gastrectomy surgeries. For each surgery it discusses the preparation and recovery, potential side effects and how much you should eat and drink both following surgery and long term. It also expands on other issues such as troubleshooting and common complaints, food fundamentals (important food habits and behaviours) and nutritional deficiencies. Over 100 recipes are included. They have been developed to help meet your nutritional needs following weight loss surgery. All recipes make 4 x 1 cup serves. This enables you to adjust how much you prepare to eat the amount suggested by your support team for your surgery type and stage of recovery. Your Complete Guide to Nutrition for Weight Loss Surgery is your partner in a successful weight loss surgery journey.
|Author||: Sue Cummings|
|Publisher||: American Dietetic Association|
|Release Date||: 2014-01-01|
|ISBN 10||: 9780880914857|
|Pages||: 275 pages|
|Author||: Sue Ekserci,Laz Klein|
|Publisher||: Robert Rose Incorporated|
|Release Date||: 2011|
|ISBN 10||: 9780778802730|
|Pages||: 352 pages|
Provides information about obesity and weight-loss surgery and offers dietary and lifestyle guidelines for individuals who have had bariatric surgery as well as 150 recipes.
If you're planning on undergoing weight loss surgery, have recently had surgery, or are a few years out, this book is for you! Weight loss surgery is a big deal and there's so much to know! Our comprehensive FAQ-style guide answers 80 of the most common and crucial questions we-as WLS dietitians-get asked on a daily basis, such as: - Why is my hair falling out? - Why are my friends losing more weight than me? - Why can't I eat and drink at the same time? This book is also packed with a ton of practical tips for those tricky and sometimes overwhelming parts of life after surgery. We provide advice for almost everything! - Difficulty transitioning to solid foods? - Struggling with digestive issues (i.e. nausea, vomiting, foods getting stuck/blocking, constipation and diarrhea)? - Unsure of what to eat the first time you eat out? And so much more! No more guesswork. Just practical expert advice! "Lisa and Monica are expertly placed to understand the huge challenges of weight-loss surgery patients post-op. I only wish this book had been available when I had my own surgery in 2009." - Carol Bowen Ball, www.bariatriccookery.com
This user-friendly pocket guide provides evidence-based data on the pre and post-operative nutrition care issues surrounding this increasingly popular weight management tool. Topics include: * Weight loss surgery overview. * The Nutrition Care Process. * Co-morbidity issues. * Long-term care post surgery. * Sample PES statements throughout.
|Author||: Victor R. Preedy,Rajkumar Rajendram,Colin R. Martin|
|Publisher||: Academic Press|
|Release Date||: 2016-11-26|
|ISBN 10||: 0128040637|
|Pages||: 684 pages|
Pathophysiology of Bariatric Surgery: Metabolism, Nutrition, Procedures, Outcomes and Adverse Effects uses a metabolic and nutritional theme to explain the complex interrelationships between obesity and metabolic profiles before and after bariatric surgery. The book is sectioned into seven distinct areas, Features of Obesity, Surgical Procedures, Nutritional Aspects, Metabolic Aspects, Diabetes, Insulin Resistance and Glucose Control, Cardiovascular and Physiological Effects, and Psychological and Behavioral Effects. Included is coverage on the various types of bariatric surgery, including Roux-en-Y gastric bypass, gastric banding, sleeve gastrectomy, biliopancreatic diversion, and jejunoileal bypass, as well as the variations upon these procedures. Provides information on diet, nutrition, surgical procedures, outcomes, and side effects in relation to bariatric surgery in one comprehensive text Contains a Dictionary of Terms, Key Facts, and Summary Points in each chapter Includes access to a companion website with accompanying videos
The best-selling bariatric cookbook, with more than 125 low-carb, low-fat, high-protein recipes for patients to enjoy after weight-loss surgery. In April 2003 Patt Levine underwent "Lap-Band" gastric surgery, one of the primary bariatric surgeries being widely practiced today. As a lifelong foodie, she was expecting the worst when her surgeon's nutritionist handed her dietary guidelines to follow post-surgery, and she was right. With her decades of cooking skills, she immediately set out to devise low-fat dishes that would be just as delicious pureed and chopped as they would be served whole. As an added problem, she wanted to cook for her husband at the same time. This first-ever cookbook for the hundreds of thousands who are lining up for bariatric bypass surgery is proof that it can be done. With collaborator Michele Bontempo-Saray, the author has created 125 recipes that contain no added sugar, are very low in fat, and get their carbohydrates almost exclusively from fruits and vegetables. Each recipe includes specific guidelines for preparation of the dish for every stage of the eating programs for Lap-Band, gastric bypass, and Biliopancreatric Diversion Duodenal Switch (BPD-DS) patients, as well as suggestions for sharing meals with those who have not gone through gastric surgery. Creative recipes cover every meal and food-breakfast and brunch, soups, vegetables, main courses, and sweet indulgences.
|Author||: Margaret Furtado,Lynette Schultz|
|Publisher||: Fair Winds Press|
|Release Date||: 2011-12-01|
|ISBN 10||: 1610581822|
|Pages||: 320 pages|
Weight loss surgery is only the first step to maintaining a healthy weight. Post-surgery is when it is most important to maintain proper eating habits with the right balance of nutrients. Recipes for Life After Weight-Loss Surgery, Revised and Updated provides you with a variety of tasty meals that are tailored for each stage of your post-operative eating plan. Included are meal plans, pantry lists, and 200 recipes that are delicious and specifically tailored to weight-loss surgery requirements: — Zucchini Frittata with Capers and Olives — Lavender-Blueberry Muffins — Sesame-Glazed Salmon — Fall Harvest Pumpkin Soup This revised and expanded edition includes 50 new recipes with nutritional analysis, meal plans for each post-op stage, and the latest information on weight loss surgery and procedures.
Bariatric surgery is an increasingly common procedure, but far from an easy one. Patient assessment and selection must be careful. Complications can arise quite often. Training levels can be uneven among clinicians. The SAGES Manual of Bariatric Surgery bridges the gaps and serves as a practical and concise starting point for the surgeon adding these procedures to his skill set.