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At BariatricLine, we work to provide you with all the tools you need to include a exercise routine after bariatric surgery in your daily life, through simple programs that you can carry out from your own home.
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The ideal guideline is a combination of aerobic and strength training, always preceded by an adequate warm-up and ending with stretching. Why?
The changes in habits The right lifestyle, both in terms of diet and physical activity and exercise, are essential to achieve an optimal state of health.
The physical activity is defined as any bodily movement produced by the muscles that requires the expenditure of energy. And by physical exerciseThe term "physical activity" refers to planned, structured and repetitive activity that will improve physical capacities, such as strength, endurance and flexibility, among others.
Physical activity makes us less sedentary and physical exercise has demonstrated multiple benefits as:
We are a laboratory specialized in products to improve health status and the quality of life of people who have undergone or are about to undergo surgery. bariatric surgery.
Bariatricline's team of dieticians-nutritionists develops very appetizing recipes that will help you to enjoy food while reaching your nutritional goals and cover your specific needs after the operation.
If you do not know which vitamin supplements to choose according to your surgery, Bariatricline can advise you.
After bariatric surgery, your doctor will tell you when you can start exercising, what kind of activities you will be able to do and the intensity.
The ideal pattern will be a combination of aerobic exercise (walking, swimming, etc.) and strength training, always preceded by an adequate warm-up and ending with stretching exercises.After bariatric surgery, it is recommended to include the practice of physical exercise progressively and without exceeding our limits. To help you, at Bariatricline we have developed different explanatory videos with exercises according to the different levels of intensity.
Achieving and maintaining an adequate nutritional status involves lifestyle changes after surgery. These changes include a specific diet, the intake of nutritional supplements (vitamins, minerals and proteins) and the practice of regular physical exercise.