Valentine’s Day at The BariatricPal Store: Show Your Love

Valentine’s Day at The BariatricPal Store: Show Your Love

Abegail Fernandez


Happy Valentine’s Day from The BariatricPal Store! As Valentine’s Day approaches, you can get ready with some healthy ideas that taste great and keep you feeling sexy instead of weighted down. You will feel better when you finish the day proud of yourself and satisfied compared to bloated and overly full. Here are some of our suggestions for a romantic evening.

Stay in for Some Romantic Together Time

Cooking your own Valentine’s Day meal together can be an experience that strengthens your relationship with your significant other. You can make it intimate and delicious without making it too heavy. Browse through our Recipe section for low-cal, high-protein ideas. We suggest:

A Box of Chocolates…for Health Reasons, of Course

You are not alone if you cannot imagine a proper Valentine’s Day without a box of chocolates. However, the standard chocolate nuts, chews, and truffles are off limits after weight loss surgery and when you are on a strict diet. A single piece 100 calories and 10 grams of sugar, with virtually no protein to redeem it.

Luckily, you can have your chocolate and eat it, too, when you get chocolate from The BariatricPal Store. You will not even feel like you are compromising taste for health when you get to choose from a range including Crispy Chocolate Caramel bites with 13 grams of fiber and no sugar added, and Triple Chocolate Protein Cookies with 15 grams of protein.

A Gift Card Hits the Spot

You cannot go wrong with a gift card. It gives you the power to get exactly what you want, and in the case of a gift card to The BariatricPal Store, it can be your ticket to trying new, great-tasting protein products that help you lose weight and keep you away from unhealthy temptations. What better way to show your love? It is delivered electronically so it makes a great last-minute gift.

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