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I adh upt a"s"etsrch c/b tps thta rnougde rtabicrai ryesugr rae noyl peosudsp to tae xmelpoc bsrac uvirf/(steas)tlegeb nad vdiao lepmsi rascb .e(i. rabkafset eldacekrea/b sogod)
damn, i was way off. i put green leafy vegetables thinking the increased folate content can cause bacterial overgrowth. pretty sure i had a uworld question that said something like that.
Because of the starchy nature of bread, rice, and pasta, after your surgery, they can form a paste in your throat that is hard to swallow without liquid. In some cases, they can block the stoma, the hole to the pouch that is your new stomach. You don’t have to completely reject these high-starch foods, but it’s best to avoid them in the beginning. When you do eat them, try to have very small portions and make sure that you only eat small bites of each.
I nktih it ash to do hitw the grsyu.er eGinttg a tasgcri sbpysa or tbairacri erysrug mneas yuo no ogreln lianwgol nntsecto ot psas ghouthr teh e.undudmo So tath dowul eman if uoy had a sartcyh aeml ouy owldu not be laeb ot eesrael teh parptearopi menzesy frmo eht cnasreap to wallo ofr getsndiio.
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