Weight Loss Surgery - Bypass | Sleeve | SIPS/SADI | Duodenal Switch
Whether you have had weight loss surgery or are simply thinking about it, BioMe Integrative Nutrition can help you get your mind and health on track for success, for the LONG TERM !
We understand that its not all about diet, but emotional, physical and life built habitual factors that play a role, and we approach these with true care and understanding.
It is our approach to utilize Non restrictive, variety filled plans that incorporate YOUR tastes and consider YOUR health conditions to promote the best possible outcomes in both your weight loss but also your well being by appreciating your own unique journey and newly developing goals.
We will help you break tough stalls and plateaus with uniquely developed "pouch reset" techniques customised for you, and get you back on track with the education, understanding and resources to tackle any future road bumps along the way.
After WLS surgery, it HAS to be about QUALITY as it can NO LONGER be about QUANTITY.
Let us guide to to achieving quality in your life with balance!
BioMe programs are designed to not only deliver adequate and sustaining nutrition long term, but encourage ongoing and healthful weight loss that supports your health needs. They focus on balanced nutrition and adequate calories NOT restriction or deprivation and they don't tip the scales in favour of any one macro-nutrient (i.e. Fat, Protein or Carbs).
These programs DO NOT PROHIBIT legumes, carbs, fruit or vegetables, but rather ENCOURAGE HEALTHFUL INTAKE based on your INDIVIDUAL health needs.
If you have found yourself off track, then the same approach is used with whole-real-nutrient dense foods to deliver unique reset options just for you, without being short term, horribly restrictive or unsustainable long term.
Partial/ Total Bowel resection as a result of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)
The burden of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)
For example; Crohn's Disease & Ulcerative Colitis;
can be such that it impacts both mental and physical quality of life - EVEN AFTER extensive surgical interventions have been conducted to alter the course of the disease.
The implications can range from persistent and ongoing loose bowels, short bowel syndrome, malnutrition, malabsorption of nutrients, dehydration (impacting the kidneys and possible formation of kidney stones), multiple medication administration and the "poly-pharmaceutical" effects on the liver.
Not only this, having a chronic and sometimes debilitating condition has the potential to prohibit you from enjoying life with its impacts on social, lifestyle and mental health.
Nutrition can play a key role in improving outcomes for people who have had surgery as a result of IBD and help to achieve a sense of normalcy beyond disease.
Again, this is where it is vital to emphasise the importance of dynamic, individual and personalised nutrition planning, as no two clients are the same, even if they do have the same condition.
Your lifestyle, health history and predisposing factors as well as your social and environmental influences are the variables that determine how effective your current and future nutrition planning will be in enhancing quality of life - long term.
So why not work with someone who knows how to put these puzzle pieces together.
Rockingham- Western Australia
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