Tips For How Healthy Eating Speeds the TKR Recuperation Process

Hi everyone. It’s common knowledge that eating healthy can help everyone. However, this is doubly important for us living with a total knee replacement (tkr) and throughout our trying global times. Healthy eating speeds the tkr recuperation process. This is because it strengthens our immune system. Here are some tips for how healthy eating speeds the tkr recuperation process…

Tips are for quick, healthy eating that can be prepared at home:

Mix some fresh herbs with freshly squeezed juice for a low calorie dressing.

Squeeze an orange over your salad greens.

Spread some natural peanut or almond butter on an apple.

Enjoy a sandwich of tuna and mustard on wholegrain bread. Add lettuce & tomato, if desired.

Have some fresh fruit mixed with plain yogurt.

Spread some hummus on either pita bread, fresh veggies, or an English muffin.

For creamed soup, substitute pureed tofu for heavy cream.

All of these have worked well for me, and I am confident they’d work well for others. Enjoy!

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AUTHOR NOTE: Booktoots Healing helps total knee replacement patients find support throughout recuperation and beyond. Its mission is for patients to understand they are not alone in their ordeal with either a tkr or a variety of other health concerns.

This award-winning tkr blog site is owned and operated by Marie Buckner, a published author, tkr blogger, and tkr patient who has been living with various health conditions for over 40+ years. She enjoys sharing her experiences to help others going through the same thing.

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8 thoughts on “Tips For How Healthy Eating Speeds the TKR Recuperation Process”

  1. booktoots
    i love this ccomment. how true. you truly are what you eat. we have to feed our bodies well. especially during a recovery period. i have learned that when i became not as active over the last few years due to my knee surgeries. and my age 49, which changes your weight management. thank you for some new ideas to try. my favorites are the apples and pb and i live on hummus. brushetta on triscuits are great too. keep us posted on any new favorites. take care.

  2. ya know,
    I think it is great if you can do it.
    but after my knee replacement, I had such nausea that I could barely eat anything.
    I could drink milk, and may 1/4 of a hamburger each day. There is no way I could have eaten any of that.
    I need to drink my protein with milk.

    I am actually 2 months out now, I have having difficulty with pain relief. I have been taken off all narcotics and I am on large doses of Ibpro. The pain I can handle now.
    But, I cannot sleep at night at all. I can’t even have a blanket on my knee. It is very hypersensitive to touch.
    any ideas
    Thank you

  3. Hi Brenda,
    Thanks for stopping by and leaving your tkr comment. i also responded to your private email.
    I experienced the same things you did after my tkr. Still, I ate as healthy as I could.
    You may be interested in reading other patient stories about sleeping after a tkr. I wrote a post about not being able to sleep more than two hours a night for 10 months post tkr and received many stories.
    There is more information about my ‘Dealing With Insomnia After a TKR’ book on my Booktoots’ Books page. Here is the purchase link:
    Dealing With Insomnia After a TKR

    Good luck! Check back often to realize you are not alone.

  4. Fantastic Read!
    I have been a marathon runner all my life. Last year, I underwent Total Knee Replacement Surgery; my Knee Specialist told me that recovery after Total Knee Replacement Surgery is a combination of a good diet, rest and exercise.

  5. Thank you for visiting my site and leaving your positive comment, Kabir. It sounds like you are doing well. Keep in touch and good luck!

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