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Headaches With the Weight Loss Surgery High Protein Diet

What causes us to suffer headaches as we move from a high-processed carbohydrate and processed carbohydrate diet to a protein-rich diet? A lot of patients who undergo weight loss surgery are looking for answers to this.

There are many reasons why you might experience headaches while adhering to a high protein and moderate carb-based diet. In addition, there are many small ways to ease headaches:

The first step is to transition from a diet of processed carbohydrates to one with a high protein content according to the advice of most weight reduction surgery (bariatric) doctors and dieticians, we are advised to increase the consumption of tryptophan. A list of food items that are high in tryptophan include meat, cheese as well as nuts and soy. Consuming tryptophan causes the release of serotonin within the brain. It is thought to be vasoconstrictor. It tightens blood vessels. In small amounts, this makes people feel better, but when it is consumed in higher quantities to which we are not used, it can cause headaches.

To counteract the increase in tryptophan (an amino acid that is a positive quality) intake we should include complex carbohydrates that are appropriate to our diet for weight loss surgery. pattern 2B/1B (2 Bites Protein/Bite carbohydrate). Here are some good foods to include in your diet plan for weight loss surgery These are:

Carbs:

apples

artichokes

Basil

Bean sprouts

beets

carrots

celery

cranberries

cucumbers

green beans

Apples

spinach

squash

Fat:

olive oil

Protein:

lamb

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