Can I FAST if I have had Gastric Sleeve Surgery? | Intermittent Fasting for Today's Aging Woman
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I havent had any gastric surgeries, but because I do IF for 20:4 it doesn’t take much at all to make me feel full such as high fat smoothie the later two eggs with pureed spinach….after that I can’t hold any more food. So I have to be conscious about the foods I choose to eat in order to thrive. Choices with consequences!!!!!
As you may know, I had gastric bypass in 2013. While I had success with the surgery, I have had the most success over the last two years with IF.
Just to add, I never suffered from dumping syndrome. As long as you follow the diet and restrictions they give you it is fine. It’s the people that try to push themselves with too much food or food that your stomach isn’t ready for yet, that suffer from that. I’ve heard it’s quite unpleasant. To this day I still don’t overeat. I can’t. I stop when it says I’m full. I just pay attention to the signals.
I have managed having a gastric surgery for 50 years…yes…one of the first ones! It is critical to work with your doctor and use blood tests to determine what you need to supplement…like B12. I have been watching Dy Ann and doing IF for 5 months. Before IF, I snacked frequently because I can not eat much at once. IF works magic in getting rid of fat. At first I got really sick when I broke my fast. What works for me is to start with some nuts which wakes up my digestive system without making me sick. After that I eat my planned meals and extras. Find what works for you to break your fast. I use a shake or high quality bar to supplement my protein and take other high quality supplements the rest of the day. Thanks for covering this topic Dy Ann.
Happy New Year to you Dy Ann and to all the community.
May it be a good one for all of us.
Sending many blessings to you all the way from Australia. 🙂
I haven’t been able to find anything on fasting after VSG! Thank you for this!!! I was pre diabetic and tried fasting after VSG and, while I could go 20:4, I made myself really sick and tired every time because I made terrible food choices during my feed. This time, I am not stressing about the amount of food but focusing on the quality of my food (low added sugars, carbs balanced with protein). I have noticed that before, I would punish myself with unhealthy food because I was unhappy with my body. Now I am fueling my body that I love with healthy choices and low added sugars so my insulin doesn’t shoot up every time and make me sick. Now I am going to work on giving myself permission to heal my body during my fasting period without worrying about sleeping well or eating enough during my feed. Dumping is extremely painful and insulin spikes are so exhausting. But man, does it teach you to make good choices!