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​Bariatric Diet Reso​​urce 

Our bariatric team can help you find a healthier, happier you. UPMC’s experts are pioneers in treating obesity.

Following surgery, your doctor will go over a five-phase, post-bariatric surgery diet plan designed to help your body adapt to healthier eating habits.

At UPMC, we know that a lifestyle change like this can be hard to do on your own, and that your journey doesn’t end with surgery. That is why we created an easy-to-use, online bariatric diet resource to help you do just that.​​

This resource can be accessed either from a computer or mobile device. No matter which phase of your post-bariatric surgery diet, our recipes are just a click away. In the resource, you'll find recommended food choices and tips to help you stay on-track. You’ll also be able to view UPMC-approved recipes for each phase of the diet, submitted by other post-bariatric surgery patients, dedicated chefs, and nutritional experts.

New and seasonal recipes will be added over time, so don’t forget to check back frequently.

»​ Visit the UPMC Bariatric Diet Resource​.

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