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About telltell624

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  • Birthday 06/24/1985

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  1. telltell624

    NO Carbonated beverages- FOREVER!

    No beer is killing me. Been without for almost 3 years now though lol. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Great job! Keep it up Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. telltell624

    Just got sleeve 3 weeks ago

    The unflavored works good for me mixed with a flavor pack like hi-c or lemonade. I try to stay away from adding milk, to keep my calories down. I also do yogurt which gives you about 8-15 grams depending on what kind. Sugar free protein bars. There's quite a few foods and drinks that'll get you there. You always have the community here to help!☺ It gets easier once you can eat more.
  4. telltell624

    Just got sleeve 3 weeks ago

    Great job. Doing better than did at this phase.
  5. telltell624

    I Want To See Before & After Pics! (Cont'd)

    I guess I posted in the wrong place before.
  6. telltell624

    Before and after

    Wow you look great! I just had my on year appointment yesterday, so I guess it's time to post a pic. I've been seeing a lot of great before and after pics. I figured I'd do a collage in the same shirt I had my first pic in.
  7. telltell624


    If it'll allow me to post a link, I'll post it to the hospital website. A direct link to the diet. http://www.med.umich.edu/bariatricsurgery/resources/Post-op-Diet-Sleeve.pdf Thats my diet
  8. telltell624


    Yogurt, sugar free jello, protein shakes, watery cream of wheat, sugar free pudding, I can't remember the whole list. Pretty much anything sugar free and liquid like. They gave me a complete list of what to eat and what not to eat.
  9. telltell624


    I eat mostly baked chicken breasts, fish, salads, beef jerky, yogurt, other veggies and fruits, protein bars, steak, eggs, a variety of things. I am almost a year out though.
  10. You have the right idea. Good luck with the weight loss. Many people get off insulin after. That'll be great for you. I'm only 3wks post op, I'm down from my heaviest(366) to 317 now. I'm slowly becoming more active to lose it faster, hopefully. Lol. I'm happy with it. Good luck on your journey![emoji4]
  11. I did the same, except I also made a video for my kids. I was nervous up until I started breathing the gas. Then I woke up. It was over and all was ok. Everyone's here for you. All should be fine.
  12. telltell624

    How much walking is everyone doing!

    Every bit helps. I'm 3 weeks post op on Monday. Doc just put mute on puree 2 days ago. It's a lot better than liquids. I still do a shake. I bought some resistance bands and my wife and I go running(well I walk/run) now. I work up a sweat[emoji4] . Good luck. Keep it up.
  13. telltell624


    I use myfitnesspal and cardio trainer.

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