There are so many foods I like but I guess the key to guessing what they are lies with the seasons – so in spring I gravitate towards asparagus and herbs; in summer berries and other soft fruit; in autumn squash and orchard fruits; and in winter tropical fruits, nuts and anything vaguely festive!
GUEST POST: Nothing says summer like a warm, Sunday afternoon with a charbroiled burger in hand and potato salad. But now that you have had bariatric surgery you might be wondering “what can I eat?” The good news is that after bariatric surgery there is still a variety of delicious options to choose from. Here
I used to miss crispy chicken until I realised that I could still have it post-op – I just needed to tinker with the recipe and cook in a different way to get the same kind of result as the fried former version. Here’s my favourite way of producing a Crispy Caesar Chicken, perfect for
GUEST POST: Laughing Cow spreadable cheese triangles versus Philadelphia cream cheese? Is there really a difference? What about harder cheeses? Many of our patients seem to often choose the creamier spreadable cheeses after WLS or bariatric surgery. But are they the best options? Let’s go through the nutrition facts together. We’ve also added in
These are the perfect replacement for nuts or other crunchy snacks post-op. They are best served warm but can obviously be eaten cold. Play around with the seasonings to find a combination you really like – the cumin and smoked paprika one below is just a starting point. Curry powder is also another