The importance of Hydration after WLS
|Drinking water helps you lose weight|
How much water should you drink?
64 ounces or 8 cups of water is the recommended amount of water you have to drink to stay healthy.
It might seem a lot of water, but that is just perception created by the fact that you were not drinking
enough water previous to your surgery. Normally, patients drink other liquids (a lot of them with high
concentrations of sugar) instead of water.
however many patients stop drinking liquids once they reach the blended food stage, and that is a huge
mistake. Keep in mind that Dr. Maytorena recommends to drink water between meals not while having
them. This is to make sure that you are not filling up on water and you can eat your protein which is also
What are the consequences of not drinking enough water?
elevated heartbeat, constipation, headaches, irritability, and fever.
where new things are happening and change is part of a successful weight loss journey.
Making drinking water easy
then change to room temperature and then ice-cold.
and mint and let it settle in the fridge for about an hour, not only will it help you, it will also refresh you.
after infused you can add some ice cubes.
with more than 10 years of experience he performs many bariatric surgeries such as gastric sleeve, gastric bypass,
Mini-Gastric Bypass, SADI-S, Duodenal switch and Revision Surgeries.
surgery for you.