soft-calorie syndrome

soft-calorie syndrome

Weight gain in persons who have undergone gastric stapling, gastric bypass, or jaw-wiring, but who consume an excessive amount of calories through the consumption of liquids and/or mechanically soft foods like refined breads, cereals, ice creams, and custards, as opposed to raw fruits, vegetables, and whole grain products.
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