Food tips to follow pre and post weight loss surgery
Are you trying to lose certain amount of weight and searching for ‘diet’ options already? Well, here are some foods that can lend you a helping hand in your journey of losing weight. While you may want to include these foods as a part of your lifestyle, we would like to tell you that exercising is also important. If the above options fail and you still remain obese, then weightloss surgery is a great option for you. Before we lead you there, let’s try to know what these magic foods are and how they help you lose weight.
Honey: Known as a home remedy for obesity, honey works on mobilising the extra fat deposits in the body. Since it also instils energy in the body, your body remains fitter. Consume it with lemon and hot water in early morning to see faster results.
Buttermilk: Typically, buttermilk is consumed post heavy meal to aid digestion. However, regular intake provides the body with essential nutrients and required energy. Hence, the combined effect is weight loss.
Garlic: We are aware that garlic is effective on cholesterol problems and also tackles unhealthy fats. The sulphur in it battles against bacteria and overall result you achieve is better immunity and fitter health.
Mustard oil: Rich with antioxidants and essential vitamins, this oil helps reducing the cholesterol, which is good for the heart. Also it is low on saturated fat. So, it is a good option for you if you want to lose weight.
Moong dal: This one has numerous benefits since it contains protein and fibre that lowers blood cholesterol level. It also mineral and vitamin rich and as it contains complex carbohydrates, it goes easy on the stomach, aiding the digestion process. Thus, the end result is weight loss.
Well, along with consuming these foods, you should figure out which exercise suits you and start slowly to keep your body active. Even if you are going for a weight loss surgery, it will be recommended to you that you follow a healthy lifestyle. If you implement these changes in the beginning, your body will be able to co-operate better during and after the surgery as well.