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Prepping you for Greatness

As many as 65% of pre-op patients are malnourished, making it difficult to heal after procedures like plastic surgery.

We’re 100% certain that we can help.

Meal Plans

Take the heavy lifting out of nutritional loading with recipes prepared in 30 minutes or less, prep-ahead meals, and itemized shopping lists!

TUMMY TUCK MEAL PLAN

LENGTH OF PROGRAM

Pre-prep suggestions, shopping lists, 

3-week Pre-Op Meal Guide

2-week Post-Op Meal Guide

MEAL PLAN INCLUDES

7 breakfast recipes

14 lunch recipes

14 dinner recipes

6 snacks

2 mocktails

2 nightcaps 

CORE NUTRITION GOALS

Ingredients focus on fibrous, low gas-forming foods to keep digestion moving (and you comfortable). Nitric-rich and collagen-production foods encourage lymphatic drainage and incision healing, while immunonutrion helps to ward off infection.

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BREAST AUGMENTATION MEAL PLAN

LENGTH OF PROGRAM

Pre-prep suggestions, shopping lists, 

3-week Pre-Op Meal Guide

2-week Post-Op Meal Guide

MEAL PLAN INCLUDES

7 breakfast recipes

14 lunch recipes

14 dinner recipes

6 snacks

2 mocktails

2 nightcaps 

CORE NUTRITION GOALS

Mineral-dense and nitric-oxide ingredients promote blood flow and vessel repair, while phytonutrients work to reduce inflammation, bruising, and pain. Proteolytic enzymes aid in digestion to mitigate complications with T-line incision closure.

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FACE LIFT MEAL PLAN

LENGTH OF PROGRAM

Pre-prep suggestions, shopping lists, 

3-week Pre-Op Meal Guide

2-week Post-Op Meal Guide

MEAL PLAN INCLUDES

7 breakfast recipes

14 lunch recipes

14 dinner recipes

6 snacks

2 mocktails

2 nightcaps 

CORE NUTRITION GOALS

Texture plays a big role in keeping foods easy to chew (and prepare)! Low-aromatic ingredients assuage nausea and proteolytic enzymes promote healthy digestion. Carotenoids and other skin-loving ingredients foster incision healing and bruise reduction.

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MOMMY MAKEOVER

LENGTH OF PROGRAM

Pre-prep suggestions, shopping lists, 

3-week Pre-Op Meal Guide

2-week Post-Op Meal Guide

MEAL PLAN INCLUDES

7 breakfast recipes

14 lunch recipes

14 dinner recipes

6 snacks

2 mocktails

2 nightcaps 

CORE NUTRITION GOALS

Increased caloric goals are one of the keys to the recovery. Ingredients focus on nutrient-dense, low gas-forming foods to keep digestion moving . Prevention of fibrosis and seromas, and wound healing are a primary focus. Nitric-rich foods, plenty of fats helps keep the body nourished and healing.

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FAT TRANSFER

LENGTH OF PROGRAM

Pre-prep suggestions, shopping lists, 

3-week Pre-Op Meal Guide

2-week Post-Op Meal Guide

MEAL PLAN INCLUDES

7 breakfast recipes

14 lunch recipes

14 dinner recipes

6 snacks

2 mocktails

2 nightcaps 

CORE NUTRITION GOALS

Increased caloric goals are one of the keys to the recovery. Ingredients focus on nutrient-dense, low gas-forming foods to keep digestion moving . Prevention of fibrosis and seromas, and wound healing are a primary focus. Nitric-rich foods, plenty of fats helps keep the body nourished and healing.

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NON HEALING INCISION OR WOUND

LENGTH OF PROGRAM

Pre-prep suggestions, shopping lists, 

3-week Pre-Op Meal Guide

2-week Post-Op Meal Guide

MEAL PLAN INCLUDES

7 breakfast recipes

14 lunch recipes

14 dinner recipes

6 snacks

2 mocktails

2 nightcaps 

CORE NUTRITION GOALS

Increased caloric goals are one of the keys to the recovery. Ingredients focus on nutrient-dense, low gas-forming foods to keep digestion moving . Prevention of fibrosis and seromas, and wound healing are a primary focus. Nitric-rich foods, plenty of fats helps keep the body nourished and healing.

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“Nutrition is clinically recognized as a key factor in wound healing. But even well-balanced diets won’t deliver the specific nutrition you need after surgery.”

KYLIE BENSLEY MS, RD
SULINU FOUNDER

hidden hunger

Malnourishment is no longer a Third World problem. It’s prevalent in developed countries, such as the United States, with as many as 2 out of 3 surgery patients suffering from "hidden hunger."

SIGNS OF HIDDEN HUNGER

  • Fatigue
  • Feeling cold
  • Brain fog
  • Weakness

Educated Choices for Educated Palates

Clinical Dietitian, Kylie Bensly, MS, RD, spent years working for esteemed hospital post-surgical clinics. She knows the hurdles in healing and what nutrients the body needs to repair itself. She’s thoughtfully designed Pre-Op Meal Guide and 2-week custom menu plans, detailing exactly how to use food as medicine following your plastic surgery. Easy to prepare, scientifically-backed, and diverse, each food serves a specific post-surgery recovery purpose, tailored to individual cosmetic procedures, while keeping flavor profiles interesting for discerning tastes.

All recipes...

Are tailored to individual cosmetic procedures

Can be prepped in advance or made in less than 30 minutes

Contain itemized grocery lists

Detail exactly how much you need to avoid waste

Provide suggestions for substitutions

Are easily viewed or printed from your devices (or order a bound copy)!

INCLUDED WITH ALL MEAL PLANS!

procedure prep

Pre-Surgery Meal Guide

Suggested meals focus on high-quality complete proteins, iron-rich foods, gut-loving fresh produce, and immunity-boosting phytonutrients to prime  your body for quicker healing post surgery and reduce infection risks. (And includes calming concoctions, too.)

RAPID RECOVERY

2-weeks Post-Surgery Meal Plans

Tailored to cosmetic procedures, meals are designed with nausea, pain, constipation, skin healing and flavor in mind.

Each food serves a specific post-surgery recovery purpose such as flax for fiber, bone broth for absorbable amino acids, and turmeric for anti-inflammatory effects. Even preparation factors in post-surgical challenges, such as chewing solid foods, constipation caused from anesthesia or incision-healing nutrients.

SUPER SIZE RESULTS:

Pair with Before + After Vitals nutritional supplement powder for the best value… and results!

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Still have questions? Are these nutrition plans right for you?

Visit our FAQ page and then contact us directly to get the advice of a licensed dietitian.