Bariatricbox (2 pieces)

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Description

Product description

The Bariatricbox is a full preparation for the surgery. Yes, you can start your bariatric process before the surgery with a Protein-sparing modified fast diet (PSMF) 2 to 3 weeks before the procedure. Studies have shown that weight loss prior to the surgery may reduce morbidity and may improve weight loss outcomes at 1 year follow up. Surgeons have been working with the Bariatricbox for the past three years in Europe and are very satisfied with its effects on their patients.

Moreover 5 to 10% preoperative weight loss leads to a shorter length of hospital stay and a more rapid postoperative weight loss.

But the main effect and the most positively recognized by the surgical community is the benefits of the Protein-sparing modified fast diet (PSMF) on the liver steatosis (fatty liver) because the Bariatricbox makes the procedure easier for the surgeon by reducing the size of the liver and by reducing the abdominal fat.

Content & use

The Bariatricbox contains 42 meals: 6 meals per day are recommended during 2 to 3 weeks to obtain  the expected effects.

In one Bariatricbox you can find a variety of meals for every taste: soups, desserts, solid meals, hot drinks & cold drinks.

 

Recommendation for use and more details: go to the Downloads tab.

Scientific Evidence

Kadeli DK, Sczepaniak JP, Kumar K, Youssef C, Mahdavi A and Owens M. The effect of preoperative weight loss before gastric bypass: a systematic review. Journal of obesity. 2012; 2012:867540.

Gerber P, Anderin C, Gustafsson UO and Thorell A. Weight loss before gastric bypass and postoperative weight change: data from the Scandinavian obesity registry. Surgery for obesity and related disorders. 2016; 12(3): 556-562.

Colles SL, Dixon JB, Marks P, Strauss BJ and O’Brien PE. Preoperative weight loss with a very-low-energy diet: quantification of changes in liver and abdominal fat by serial imaging. American Journal of Clinical nutrition. 2006; 84(20): 304-11.

Holderbaum M, Casagrande DS, Sussenbach S and Buss C. Effects of very low calorie diets on liver size and weight loss in the preoperative period of bariatric surgery: a systematic review. Surgery for Obesity and related diseases. 2018; 14(2): 237-244.

Van Nieuwenhove Y, Dambrauskas Z, Campillo-Soto A, van Dielen F, Wiezer R, Janssen I, Kramer M and Thorell A. Preoperative very low-calorie diet and operative outcome after laparoscopic gastric bypass: a randomized multicenter study. Archives of Surgery. 2011; 145(11): 1300-5.

Still CD, Benotti P, Wood GC, Gerhard GS, Patrick A, Reed M and Strodel W. Outcomes of preoperative weight loss in high-risk patients undergoing gastric bypass surgery. Archives of Surgery. 2007; 142(10): 994-8.

Albanese A, Prevedello L, Markovich M, Busetto L, Vettor R and Foletto M. Pre-operative very low calorie ketogenic diet vs very low calorie diet: surgical impact. Obesity Surgery. 2019; 29(1): 292-296.