Nutrition and bariatric-metabolic surgery
1 OB klinika a.s., Centrum pro léčbu obezity a metabolických onemocnění, Praha
Bariatric interventions are a very effective tool for treating obesity. However, success is largely dependent on patient compliance and observance of dietary regimens. Nutrition is crucial in this context, with the type of diet being dependent on the time after the operation. Postoperative diet should be rational, with an emphasis on proteins. Repetitive education is important to prevent undesirable nutritional deficits, as well as other adverse events.
Keywordsbariatric procedures, bariatric plate, proteins, mushy food, liquid food
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