While I cannot provide personal medical nutrition advice I can point you in the direction of some general recommendations for your Qs. Please discuss these with your personal healthcare provider. http://www.nutriliving.com/blog/blasting-fight-fibromyalgia Here's a recipe David Wolfe came up with: http://www.nutriliving.com/blog/whats-best-way-fight-inflammation And Wally's personal story: http://www.nutriliving.com/blog/biggest-cause-fibromyalgia-symptoms Obviously the gastroectomy and the time since the surgery will influence what can and cannot be consumed so please discuss this with your Dr or personal dietitian. Some general recs for a post-gastroectomy diet include: Eat more foods high in soluble fiber: foods high in soluble fiber slow stomach emptying and prevent sugar from being absorbed quickly. Some options include apples, oats, carrots, apricots, dates, pears, barley, beans, prunes, beets, raspberries, spinach, and figs. Use liberal amounts of fats and eat smaller, more frequent meals, and don't drink liquids with meals.