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  1. 4-Month Post Op Dietary Tweaks

    Quote Originally Posted by Mbenson5 View Post

    Lol, ladies! I am no expert on this low carb thing, just learned what has worked for me in the past. If I ate 100 carbs a day, I would never lose weight but would gain. I still watch it, but will give in and have a cookie, brownie or whatever on some days. Having lasagna tonight. I just don't have a ton of it. Like 2 cookies rather than 10. The sleeve PLUS developing better habits is key to this!

    On my days I stay strict low carb, my day might look something like
  2. 4-Month Sleeversary

    Okay - after a mental meltdown earlier in the week, overall life is good.

    I started a new p/t job which I love, but getting to/from is a hassle. I had to learn the public transportation system, and one day the bus was running late like 25 minutes, so I started walking back home to get in my car and guess what? The bus passes by as soon as I am 30 feet or so away, which didn't stop for me. Needless to say, I am adding a good amount of walking daily.

    I also started ...
  3. 3-Month Sleevesary Update

    Breath. I remind myself, it is progress, not perfection. Breath.

    I don't know why this is such a mental struggle, well I do, but, still, the head games we play on ourselves... when does it ease up?

    I am not anywhere near unpacking and putting stuff away. I have two boxes full of files I need to go through, and I am avoiding. The guest bed is full of stuff I probably need to throw away. I have shoved a few things on the shelves in my closet that I need to hang up. ...
  4. Required Reading: "I'm not losing fast enough!" (Yes, you are!)

    Quote Originally Posted by Ann2 View Post
    A common complaint among sleeved patients, especially early post-op, is, "I'm not losing fast enough!"

    In almost all instances, the truth is that you're losing just fine. Really. I'm not kidding.

    People who lose fast, like a few patients do, are usually heavyweights to begin with, men (who have more muscle tissue), and younger people (who may be more active and have a higher metabolism).

    I was not a fast loser. Today is my 16-month
  5. 3-Month Sleevesary

    Hola! from Santa Fe, New Mexico

    We left L.A. on Saturday and are Texas bound. We decided to make a road trip out of my move, and it has been a ton of fun thus far.

    As today marks my 3-months post op, I wanted just to update everyone and let you know where I am. These past few days on the road has taught me some real good lessons, one of them is that I order food with my eyes. It has been a little inside joke between my partner and me.

    Eating out ...
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