Hungry between meals? It may be time for a fill

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  • Read over the article below to check if it might be time for a Gastric Band adjustment

If you’re getting hungry less than two to three hours after a meal and find that your weight-loss has slowed down, it may be time for a Gastric Band adjustment.

Be sure first that you’re eating at recommended times, and in recommended amounts you have discussed with your surgeon or dietician.

If you’re eating two large meals a day and skipping breakfast, you’re going to get pretty hungry!

On the other hand, if you’re eating right and are constantly hungry, it’s probably time for a fill (or Gastric Band adjustment). 

 

Professor John B Dixon

MBBS PhD FRACGP FRCP Edin

Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Institute

Contents of article are author’s own views and experience. Comments on this article should be made directly to author.

For more information, you can contact Professor John Dixon on www.bakeridi.edu.au