Low to no energy is a major concern for gastric bypass and gastric sleeve patients
From time to time, everyone wants nothing more than to lie around on the couch. However, if you find yourself chronically suffering from low to no energy. This is not natural and is a sign something is out of balance.
If you are chronically tired, then you need to listen to this episode of the gastric health show. We discuss the seven items impacting your energy levels after surgery. Plus, we provide simple strategies to positively impact these seven items.
7 items that impact energy levels after weight loss surgery
A major side affect of gastric bypass and gastric sleeve surgery is the impact it can have on your energy levels. While losing weight typically has a positive impact. The change in your physical anatomy can often have negative consequences.
Simple nutrition strategies to improve chronic low energy
The key to minimizing your risk is simply being aware of these seven areas. In this episode, we go through each of these items and provide several strategies you control that have a positive impact on each.
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6:05 Learn the one thing you should be consuming daily that plays a huge role in energy
8:55 Learn about one food source that makes you tired and weak if you don’t consume enough
10:15 Learn what to do if you protein levels are low but you are eating plenty of protein
11:55 Learn the most common mineral connected to fatigue after WLS
17:30 Learn which vitamin/hormone when low will make you feel tired and what is it’s “sweet-spot”
20:50 Learn the one thing you can do every day that will boost your energy
22:45 Learn which vitamin all RNY & VSG patients have to take life long or energy levels will plummet and when combined with probiotics will allow your body to make it on it’s own
Listen, Learn, Enjoy…
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