Exercise, Fluid, and Nutrition Recommendations for the Postgastric Bypass Exerciser

@article{Petering2009ExerciseFA,
  title={Exercise, Fluid, and Nutrition Recommendations for the Postgastric Bypass Exerciser},
  author={Ryan C. Petering and Charles W. Webb},
  journal={Current Sports Medicine Reports},
  year={2009},
  volume={8},
  pages={92-97}
}
To review the literature for nutritional, fluid, and exercise recommendations in patients who have undergone bariatric surgery. Data sources: PubMed (1980 - October 2008). The bibliographies of selected literature were reviewed for additional sources. A systematic review of the literature is presented. There is little high-quality evidence to support any recommendations currently. Most recommendations are expert opinion. Nutritional deficiencies are common. Routine screening and nutrient… 

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