9781911621010-1911621017-The Bariatric Bible: Return to Slender' advice, recipes and ideas for eating well after weight-loss surgery

The Bariatric Bible: Return to Slender' advice, recipes and ideas for eating well after weight-loss surgery

ISBN-13: 9781911621010
ISBN-10: 1911621017
Author: Bowen Ball, Carol
Publication date: 2019
Publisher: Grub Street Cookery
Format: Hardcover 224 pages
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ISBN-13: 9781911621010
ISBN-10: 1911621017
Author: Bowen Ball, Carol
Publication date: 2019
Publisher: Grub Street Cookery
Format: Hardcover 224 pages

Summary

Acknowledged authors Bowen Ball, Carol wrote The Bariatric Bible: Return to Slender' advice, recipes and ideas for eating well after weight-loss surgery comprising 224 pages back in 2019. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 1911621017 and 9781911621010. Since then The Bariatric Bible: Return to Slender' advice, recipes and ideas for eating well after weight-loss surgery textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price or rent at the marketplace.

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After Carol Bowen Ball underwent bariatric surgery she found there was very little practical information for weight-loss surgery patients and as a result she wrote the first (and to date only) UK bariatric advice and cookery book – Return to Slender. At the same time she launched BariatricCookery.com a website to support the same patients. A year later she wrote a sequel Return 2 Slender… Second Helpings. Both books have been widely praised by the professional bariatric community as well as pre-op and post-op patients. The recipes in The Bariatric Bible are designed and developed to help at every stage after weight-loss surgery. They are colour-coded to suit the 3 main stages afterwards. These are: the Red or 1st Fluids Stage, the Amber or 2nd Soft/Puréed Stage, the Green or 3rd Eating for Life Stage. They will have a nutritional analysis breakdown. This includes measured calories, protein, carbohydrate and fat levels. Recipes are also further coded for suitability for freezing and for vegetarian eating. A new bariatric lifestyle however isn’t just about food – it is also about exercise, changes in behaviour and relationships, adhering to essential medications; coping with unsettling situations that can de-rail the best of intentions, dealing with social situations like eating out; finding new ideas for a changing body through fashion and beauty advice; and making new healthier habits to replace old destructive ones. As a result the book will be the most comprehensive book of any currently on the market. It also covers the types of surgery on offer and highlights the many diets that are required prior to surgery – sometimes to lose weight as part of the qualification process. However, its main focus on advice and recipes for after surgery to help the post-op patient maximise their best chance of long-term success with weight-loss and better health.
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