Getting Back on Track after Weight Loss Surgery

Regaining weight after weight-loss surgery?

Hit a plateau in your wThis program is designed for patients that have undergone weight loss surgery and are gaining weight back.  We understand this can be a frustrating thing and have designed a program to help you get "back on track".

Getting Back on Track After Weight Loss Surgery

 

STEP 1: Bariatric Nutrition Education Course

 

This course, offered both online or in-person, dives in-depth into your eating habits, how to interpret food labels, portion control, understanding the differences between fat-free, low-fat, reduced-fat and light foods, how to calculate whether or not a recipe or prepared food is considered low-fat using the information from the nutrition label, how to identify hidden sugars in foods, reducing/removing "empty calories' from your fluid intake, the importance of protein, mini-meal examples and more. This class primarily focuses on eating 1 year or longer after surgery and addresses all the reasons for weight regain and how to avoid these pitfalls going forward.  It also explains in detail the how, what, when, where, and why in all that is needed post-surgery to be successful long term.

 

STEP 2: 1 Hour Initial Consultation
The class is a pre-requisite to consultations.

Includes:

  • 6-parts/ over 4 HOURS of video bariatric nutrition education. Taught by Nancy Lum, RD, LDN, Owner/President of The GI and Bariatric Nutrition Center.  This in-depth class goes overeating habits, reading food labels, portion control, understanding the differences between fat-free, low-fat, reduced-fat and light foods, how to calculate whether or not a recipe or prepared food is considered low-fat using the information from the nutrition label, how to identify hidden sugars in foods, reducing/removing "empty calories' from your fluid intake, the importance of protein, mini-meal examples and more. This class primarily focuses on eating 1 year or longer after surgery and addresses all the reasons for weight regain and how to avoid these pitfalls going forward.  It also explains in detail the how, what, when, where, and why in all that is needed post-surgery to be successful long term.  

  • Follow-along PowerPoint presentation.

  • Downloadable proprietary education materials.

  • Access to course for 14-days from enrollment, so you can set your own pace.  

 

You must complete this education prior to being scheduled for an individual consultation, STEP 2, with the dietitian. 

 

 

The fee* for the course is $85.00.

We accept PayPal and All major credit cards.

In-person classes are limited in availability. 

 

If you prefer to attend a class in person rather than online please visit our in-person class schedule.

  • 3 HOURS of bariatric nutrition education. Taught by Nancy Lum, RD, LDN, Owner/President of The GI and Bariatric Nutrition Center.  This in-depth class goes overeating habits, reading food labels, portion control, understanding the differences between fat-free, low-fat, reduced-fat and light foods, how to calculate whether or not a recipe or prepared food is considered low-fat using the information from the nutrition label, how to identify hidden sugars in foods, reducing/removing "empty calories' from your fluid intake, the importance of protein, mini-meal examples and more. This class primarily focuses on eating 1 year or longer after surgery and addresses all the reasons for weight regain and how to avoid these pitfalls going forward.  It also explains in detail the how, what, when, where, and why in all that is needed post-surgery to be successful long term.  

  • Downloadable proprietary education materials.

 

You must complete this education prior to being scheduled for an individual consultation, STEP 2, with the dietitian. 

The fee* for the class is $85.00.

Once you have completed our "Back on Track" Class either online or in person, you can schedule a 1-hour initial consultation with our dietitians.  The class is a pre-requisite to our dietitian offering you any individual dietary advice..  At this appointment, our dietitian will review your eating patterns, 3-day food log, new patient questionnaire, determine your BMI, calculate your protein needs and make nutritional/lifestyle change recommendations based on what you have been taught at the nutrition class. 

Having a consultation with our dietitian allows us to establish you as a patient and offer individual counseling to address your needs.  We will look at your medical history, food and exercise logs and review any labwork your medical doctors have had done for deficiencies. 

 

An initial consultation is REQUIRED to establish you as a patient before individual care and dietary advice can be provided.

The fee* for the appointment is $125.00 and due at the time of service.

*All fees are subject to change without notice. 

Nancy Lum, Bariatric Nutrition, StriveMD, GIBNC, nutrametrix
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