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First question I got is What number on the McDonalds Medifast menu is the Angus Bacon and Cheese? Thanks for any comment. Another quick question... What in the world is Pre-Op Prep? What does it entail? How long will I be on this? Any feedback would be great! Thank you!..

Comments (6)

I'm stumped. I'm not so sure what is the answer to your question. I'll do some Googling and get back to you if I find an anything. You should email the people at Medifast as they probably could answer your Medifast question..

Comment #1

Everyones will be different depending on your surgeon. I had to drink glucerna, 5-6 per day, could have cukes, green pepper and celery, sf jello,popsicles etc. I was on for a week. I was hungry but it was not to bad. I was determined to not put one morsel in my mouth I was not supposed to..and I did it! that was 2 months ago!..

Comment #2

My two week pre-op Medifast diet consisted of drinking the no sugar added carnation instant breakfast CIB (blue box) and having 1 protein shake a day... to get in 60 plus grams of protein...I drank 5 packets of the CIB with 2% milk.. and lost 30 pounds in that two weeks!!! Granted the first 3 days SUCKED.. and I was miserable but it became easy.. because drinking ALL of that had me FULL for the first time in my life (I was never full before.

Surgery.

Because I always ate) .. lol. the pre-op Medifast diet is easy compared to life after.

Surgery.

.. and the whole.. wow I can eat this today,, and it does down well but it make me puke the next day.. lol. I had to contunie with liquids for two weeks after.

Surgery.

.. and I struggled to get it all in like we all do.. because the pouch is healing and anything more than a few ounces of water at a time hurts... I'm glad I had that two week pre-op Medifast diet to build up my protein levels so that for the few weeks after.

Surgery.

I didnt have to worry about getting it all in. because we physically can't.....

Comment #3

Hi Debs,.

UK Pre Op was a 10 day semi skimmed milk only diet...which was actually really easy..

Its to shrink your liver which has to be moved during.

Surgery.

, it's a very soft organ so the sm,aller the better..

It also gives you a good kick start into weightloss..

Some struggle, some dont but think of it as a necessary evil, the final hurdle pre op if you like.....

Their is nothing set in stone with any surgeon, they are so very very different....

Hopefully yours will be a manageable plan...

Good Luck.

Buzz xx..

Comment #4

Yep, two week.

Liquid diet.

And then the day before.

Surgery.

,.

Miralax.

To clean all that liquid out and nothing (not even water) after midnight. I only lost 12 pounds on the.

Liquid diet.

And I didn't cheat a once. I took it as a "starting" challenge to prove to myself I could do this.....

Comment #5

Wow. My pre op was quite simple..

I wasnt put on any diet. I had to get the usual blood work, EKG, chest xray and psychiatric evaluation. Once I finished all of those I met with the surgeon and had a.

Surgery.

Date 5 days later..

I had an amazing surgeon. I.

Hope.

You are just as lucky...

Comment #6

I'm glad it's worked for you guys, but I'm glad my surgeon does NOT do the two-week.

Liquid diet.

Thing before.

Surgery.

..

We still had to.

Lose weight.

(I had to lose 21#), but it MUST be done through changing your Medifast diet and habits..

It's for the same reasons, shrinking the liver and such... but I feel doing it like this was a heck of a lot better for me as it helped me really start working on the habits I needed post op..

Since my insurance required 6-mo supervised weight loss prior to.

Surgery.

Anyways, this worked out well and I actually lost 55 (of the 188 total lost to date) before.

Surgery.

...

Comment #7


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