Presentation on theme: "Bariatric Diet Guidelines: Pre-testing Tricia Mah MS,RD and Aisling Mc Ginty MS, RD. Dietitian/Nutritionist The Center for Bariatric Surgery and Metabolic."— Presentation transcript:
Bariatric Diet Guidelines: Pre-testing Tricia Mah MS,RD and Aisling Mc Ginty MS, RD. Dietitian/Nutritionist The Center for Bariatric Surgery and Metabolic Disease
Topic: Summary Stage 1 Diet: Clear Liquid Diet 4 x 4 Rule Protein Supplement Daily Vitamin & Mineral Supplements Physical Activity
Stage 1 Diet: Clear Liquids Gastric Bypass: 1 week of clear liquids Lap Band: 2 weeks of clear liquids
Flavored Water Options Water Dasani Flavored Water Hint Flavored Water Fruit 2 0 Aquafina Flavor Splash Propel Water Smart Water READ the nutrition label!!! *NO calories (<5-10kcal) *NO sugar *NO carbonation
What to Find on the Hospital Tray Clear Liquid Diet: Tray Contents Water Diet Jell-o Tea (non-caffeinated) Soup/Broth Juice Must dilute 1:1 with water Recommend: Avoid juices once discharged from hospital
Daily Vitamin and Mineral Schedule My scheduleTimeSample Schedule Time: Multivitamin7:00am Calcium: 500mg 12:00pm Calcium: 500mg 5:30pm Iron9pm
Daily Vitamin and Mineral Schedule Multivitamin Chewable or Liquid form Calcium Citrate with vitamin D Do NOT take calcium with iron Take 2-4 hours apart! Take 2-4 hours apart! 500mg of calcium at one time.
Multivitamin and Protein Begin your daily vitamin/minerals and protein shake the day AFTER you get home! You will need to take multivitamins for the rest of your LIFE!
MOVE! Immediately following surgery get up and move! Helps get rid of excess gas Decrease potential health risks- pulmonary embolus, blood clots
MOVE! At home: walk inside and outside. This is your responsibility! Record exercise in journal and bring to visits. As tolerated slowly incorporate treadmill, stationary bike, elliptical, chair exercises. Swimming: incorporate once wounds heal.
Summary Only clear liquids are allowed Juices in hospital must be diluted 1:1 with water Do NOT use a straw Avoid caffeinated and carbonated beverages Start off with 1 oz of liquids sipped slowly over 1 hr. Use the 1 oz cups provided. As tolerated, fluids will be gradually increased in 1 oz increments every 4 hrs to a goal rate of 4 oz/hr while awake (4x 4 rule).
Important! Bring to Hospital: Booklet “ Your Guidelines for Food Choices and Nutrition ” Pen or Pencil 4x4 Worksheet (today ’ s handout). Watch or clock Bring to EVERY office visit: Booklet “ Your Guidelines for Food Choices and Nutrition ” Food and Exercise Journal