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@@summerset

you know... she was talking about what works for her, right? she NEVER said it would work for everyone. Perhaps quit reading into it so hard that you think she's telling YOU or anyone else what to do because she's not. She is stating what worked for her or doesn't and how HER body reacts to various things.

Ummm, no - that's not the way I see it. I asked a question (about calorie intake), good a lot of text as a response but not an answer to my question. And then she got angry - it would have been so easy to tell me "I ate about 3500 cals a day before surgery" without any drama. She chose the drama.

*shrug*

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@@summerset

Also not angry, just dont need to deal with rude people such as yourself or take over someone's post with nonsense.

You're realizing you're kind or rude here as well, right? If not, I've got news for you: you are, my dear.

You can eat all the stuff you want and can cut out all the stuff you want. I don't care. If you want to believe in food magic, do so but stop throwing some wild theories (you would call that "nonsense" I supposed) about "not being able to lose weight because of being malnourished" like it's absolutely impossible to lose weight while being deficient in micronutrients. Of course obese people can be malnourished when it comes to micronutrients, everyone can, including people suffering from anorexia nervosa who obviously don't have any problems losing weight despite being malnourished.

You said you ate about 3500 cals before surgery and are now maintaining on 1300-1400 cal - a difference of more than 2000 cals a days - but hey! Math is nonsense! It's all magic! :lol:

It is very clear to me that you don't understand metabolic disease at all but you think you know everything. I might suggest reading up on it before giving your diet guidance to others. As of now, I don't care to argue or listen to your BS any longer so you will be one person that I simply block.

I wish you all the best in your approach and hope you get happy and healthy.

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