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You have the choice to have some of this and some of that. No foods are banned. The choice is in your hands.
There are also books and guides here that cover diet and nutrition for weight loss surgery, specifically the gastric sleeve diet plan (before and after surgery) and the gastric band diet.
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It is perfectly okay to eat more one day and less the next. It is actually very normal.
It is perfectly okay to balance your food choices over a week and not lock into or worry about daily targets.
It is perfectly okay to save up red-extras (you might call them forbidden foods but I don’t) for a feast.
Extreme food restriction and dieting will trip you up, each and every time ...