The Do’s and Don’ts of Protein
When protein shakes are a good thing, and when they are not
It’s no surprise that protein is essential to success after a bariatric surgery. However, common misconceptions about protein, where you should get it from and how much to have can actually slow down weight-loss.
Understanding how to use protein will allow you to leverage it’s power for maximum weight-loss; misunderstanding how to use it can slow you down.
No, you don’t need to choke down protein shakes for the rest of your life. Yes, protein does help with weight-loss. No, more protein is not always better.
There are some instances when increased protein is necessary. Always listen to your doctors recommendations! The information discussed in these videos are education and not specific to your own nutrition needs.
Many patients are drinking extra protein shakes feeling the more the protein they consume the better their weight loss. It may not be all wrong, but it may not be all right either.
It’s not as simple as we think. But it doesn’t have to be complicated either!
In this course we will cover:
- Why protein is so awesome for weight-loss after surgery
- What misconceptions to avoid when it comes to protein
- Which protein sources to focus on the most, and which to avoid
The video lessons in this course are for Premier Access members only. Members can login here and non-members can click here to find out why our members stay motivated year round and reach their post-op goals together!