Many people have liposuction before the holidays to look refreshed and rejuvenated. In a reliable plastic surgery in Manhattan, you can expect safe and effective treatment using minimally-invasive technologies like Smartlipo Triplex that provide great results with little downtime and recovery.
Thanksgiving is a time for feasting with family and friends, but if you don’t pay attention to what you eat after liposuction, it can have a disastrous impact on your results. To avoid this, make healthy choices that will prevent weight gain. Here is a list of Thanksgiving foods that you can modify maintain your liposuction results:
1) Cranberry Sauce
Cranberry sauce is a better option to cover the turkey compared to gravy that is high in saturated fats. However, a can of cranberry sauce is usually loaded in sugar and calories, and contains preservatives as well. Consider making your own cranberry sauce that is not too sugary and without any preservatives.
Turkey is the star of the show. Most of the fat and calories are in the skin. Choose skinless white meat turkey as it is low in fat while being a storehouse of protein.
3) Mashed Cauliflower
Sounds like mashed potato, right? Well, the texture and taste of mashed cauliflower is almost similar to mashed potato. It is a healthy option as it is low in calories and fat.
4) Roasted Carrots
Carrots are a good option to include in the menu of a holiday feast. Raw carrot is a healthy option. If you want to spice it, adding some spices, garlic, butter and salt and roast it.
5) Roasted Sweet Potatoes
Sweet potatoes are a storehouse of vitamins and minerals. Traditionally, sweet potato is cooked covered in brown sugar, butter, and marshmallows, which significantly reduces its health benefits. Instead of cooking sweet potatoes this way, simply roast and season them with salt and olive oil.
When it comes to maintaining the results of laser liposuction in Manhattan, portion control is also very important. Eating large portions of these healthy items is can lead to weight gain.