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    Re: Newbie

    Have perseverance, days following the operation take time to adjust yourself.
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    Re: Crazy arms!

    Looking great!
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    Re: Stop Freaking Out About Body Fat

    It is a very good read. It is true that we cannot battle fat, it needs to maintain the healthy level of fat. Naturally, it is also necessary for our body as something that lubricates in your body....
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    Re: Think I'm getting a UTI

    I drink a lot of water every time I feel like having a urinary tract infection. http://www.ard-ng.org/2017/11/13/how-valuable-is-water/

    "Coconut water is a natural diuretic so it helps flush out...
  5. Re: Emotional/Binge Eating - Tips To Handle Stress & Raging Emotions

    Stress is bad once not controlled or managed accordingly. We need a helping hand from a trusted person. Likewise, I direct my attention to reading the book of Marlo Thomas, the New York Times...
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    Re: looking for some new recipes

    Ideas we can extract from the following links:

    https://www.bariatriccookery.com/

    https://www.bariatriccookery.com/recipes-2

    https://www.pinterest.com/afroneberger/gastric-sleeve-recipes/
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    Re: Help

    Nothing to worry. I think you just drink a lot of water. Good luck to your surgery. Let us know then any progress after your surgery.
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    Re: Ridiculous indigestion

    I drink tea and a lot of water whenever indigestion occurs. Crackers, oatmeals and other soft foods also ease pain.
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    Re: Half Marathon Tomorrow!!!

    Wish you good luck for this and full marathon is allowed!
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    Re: Mgb ?

    First time hearing this. Ideally, hope that your surgeon is sincere enough to help consider this kind of surgery. Please think it over many times for no regrets in the future.
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    Re: Retirement, Not.

    Wow! What an experience! I can be like you when I retire. I am a professional licensed teacher, too>
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    Re: Cost Mexico vs US?

    It is still via Mexico. Based of my research here is a comparative list of recent costs:

    United States Canada Mexico United Kingdom Australia India
    Gastric Sleeve...
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    Re: Sleeve or gbp with over 350 lbs?

    I agree with some of our active commenters in this laudable forum that you need to talk to your surgeon. He has the expertise, is expected to sincerely provide you the best option for your ideal...
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    Re: Only lost 4 lbs on pre op diet

    True enough. Everyone is different. Just follow the friendly advice of your surgeon and other friends and you will hit the nail. Good luck!
  15. Re: how to research for doctor in Mexico

    After a thorough research on the best surgeon in Mexico as well as a recommendation of my relative, I finally decided to get the gastric sleeve surgery done through the expert hands of Dr. Luis...
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    Re: What now?

    I think you need to list down all that you have eaten for a successful lose of weight of 100 lbs and check what need to be included in your list. They have been proven effective. Good luck!
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    Re: Books/Cookbooks?

    From this site: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/192880796515487848/, there are a lot to select. Enjoy reading! Happy to learn from you the application of any of the featured diets in the coming days.
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    Re: Books/Cookbooks?

    The BIG Book on the Gastric Sleeve: Everything You Need to Know to Lose Weight and Live Well with the Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy Audiobook – Unabridged
    Natalie Stein (Author),‎ Alex Brecher...
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    Re: 6 months - today.

    Keep it up! You will surely hit the nail as you persist.
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    Re: Christmas Support Group

    We are scheduled to have our own next week. My wishlist is focused more on bariatrics-friendly menus. It will be a great fun, imagine it will be attended by those people who have supported me through...
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    Keep on believing and doing! Your efforts will be translated into great outcomes.
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    Re: Books/Cookbooks?

    The BIG Book on the Gastric Sleeve: Everything You Need To Know To Lose Weight and Live Well with the Vertical Sleeve Gastrectomy (The BIG Books on Weight Loss Surgery 2) Kindle Edition
    by Alex...
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    Re: Pre op fu

    Need to be patient, though!
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    Re: 1 Month Post-Op

    Surgery experiences vary. I am happy for your success. Keep it up for others to follow suit!
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    Re: Whooooppppp

    The beauty of doing an exercise (with the consent of a doctor) following a successful surgery. Keep it up!
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